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HOW MUCH DOES AN APPOINTMENT COST?
At Transition Physio, we have longer appointment times to allow for a thorough approach to assessment and treatment. Your appointment involves uninterrupted physio time 1:1 (no rushing in between cubicles). So our prices are very competitive when you consider the extra time you are getting. Health rebates also apply (bupa, medibank, HCF etc.)
Initial Physio Appointment (approx. 45-60mins) $99
Subsequent Physio Appointment (approx. 30mins) $87
*A $2 surcharge may apply for dry needling and taping techniques
HOW MUCH WILL THE GAP BE?
For private paying patients, the gap payment varies depending on your private health cover. To find out exactly, it is best to call your health fund and quote the physiotherapy item codes: (T500 for initial assessment and T505 for a standard consultation. Numbers for the most popular health funds are found below. If you do not have private health insurance you will have to pay the full amount.
BUPA 134 135
Medibank 132 331
HCF 131 334
Health Partners 1800 825 849
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AT MY APPOINTMENT?
On your first appointment, your physiotherapist will listen to your problem and ask questions to form hypotheses of what is causing your problem. A physical examination will be carried out using various tests to confirm the hypotheses. Then your physio will explain what is going on and how to treat it. They will most likely provide some hands-on treatment and give you some home treatment strategies.
HOW LONG ARE APPOINTMENTS?
Initial appointments are approx 45 minutes, and standard consultations are approx 30minutes.
DO YOU PROVIDE TREATMENT FOR MOTOR VEHICLE, EPC, AND WORKCOVER CLAIMS?
Yes, however, a referral is required from a general practitioner prior to treatment being provided. Please bring this to your appointment.
DO YOU CHARGE A GAP FOR ENHANCED PRIMARY CARE PLANS (EPCS)?
Yes, the gap is $20 per session for all EPC referrals.
DO I NEED A REFERRAL TO SEE A PHYSIOTHERAPIST?
Only for WorkCover, Motor vehicle accident claims, and EPC (Enhanced Primary Care) plans. All privately paying clients do not need a referral.
WHAT DO I BRING TO MY APPOINTMENT?
Bring your private health insurance card as we offer HICAPS we can claim the rebate on your behalf immediately. Please also bring any prior scans/xrays/MRIs etc.
If you have been referred by a doctor, bring your doctor referral letter.
If you have a worker’s compensation or third party claim, bring your insurance information, including your claim number, and insurance liaison/case manager, as well as a referral from your doctor.
WHAT DO I WEAR TO MY APPOINTMENT?
To allow a thorough assessment of your condition, please wear clothes you feel comfortable in, and be prepared to expose the area of injury as much as possible. If you do not feel comfortable exposing the area, we will do the best we can to get around this. Where possible please wear shorts and a singlet.