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Our physiotherapy team can help you to manage injury and physical problems. They will work together with you to achieve your personal goals.
Our physiotherapists can treat and improve the following health conditions:
Services can vary from short to medium term in length, depending on the condition.
There is a strong emphasis on self-management. Exercises prescribed by your physiotherapists play a crucial role in the management of your condition. Your individual program may include a referral to one of our various health and exercise groups.
Please contact our intake team on 03 9810 3000 or email us email@example.com
We offer services for all members of the community. Some of our services prioritise access to people and families with greater health, economic and social needs. We set the costs of our services based on income ranges. These income ranges are based on the Centrelink Income Test for pensioners. See our current income tables.
Home Visit Appointment
If you are registered with NDIS or have a level 3 to 4 aged care package, your physiotherapy costs should be covered by your NDIS Plan or aged care package.
If you have a chronic disease, a referral from your doctor may provide faster access to physiotherapy treatment, at a lower cost to you.
If you want to talk to someone about fees, please call 03 9810 3000. We are here to help find the best solution for you.
The physiotherapy team at Access Health and Community is made up of experienced clinicians who have expertise in:
Our physiotherapists work with you to achieve your health goals.
You can receive a government subsidy for your physiotherapy treatment, if funded by a GP Management Plan and Team Care arrangement.
You will need to see your doctor for a referral and ask to see the Access Health and Community physiotherapist.
A physiotherapist generally needs to complete either a bachelor or post-graduate degree.
Once qualified, physiotherapists must register through the Physiotherapy Board of Australia, and practicing physiotherapists must maintain registration through the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) Physiotherapists are required to meet ongoing professional development targets related to their area of practice.