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Our physiotherapists are able to combine a number of evidence-based treatments for pregnancy related pain, such as gentle exercise and manual therapy, to manage symptoms during and following pregnancy. This is all done in positions which remain safe during all terms of pregnancy.

All of our physiotherapists do dry needling.

Yes, To specific regions,

If your treating physiotherapist deems exercise to be an effective or complementary treatment to manual therapy for your injury or condition, our Physiotherapists will be able to prescribe a personalised home exercise plan for you.

PhysiCo Physiotherapy is not affiliated with NDIS, but we can provide the relevant documentation required to claim the cost of your appointment through your NDIS case manager.

Yes, all of our physiotherapists are able to treat paediatric health concerns using a range of evidence-based treatments. Health concerns can include musculoskeletal disorders such as torticollis and scoliosis, weight management, sporting injuries and post-surgery recovery.

You do not need a referral to see a physiotherapist. However, to be eligible for the Medicare rebate, you must obtain an Enhanced Primary Care Plan from your GP which you will need to meet the requirements. Alternatively, if you have private health insurance, and have extras cover, we can claim an on-the-spot rebate at our HICAPS terminal.

Dietitians and Nutritionists can both effectively assist in realizing your goals for healthier dietary habits. However, unlike Nutritionists, Dietitians are registered practitioners under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency that undergo formal tertiary training and have clinical experience. Dietitians can provide assessments, personalized programs and advice on how to improve nutrition, in addition to collaborating with doctors in the medical management of eating for disorders such as diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders and PCOS.

You do not need a referral to see a dietitian. However, to be eligible for the Medicare rebate, you must obtain an Enhanced Primary Care Plan from your GP. Alternatively, if you have private health insurance, you may be able to claim an on-the-spot rebate at our HICAPS terminal if you have extras cover.

Both psychologists and clinical psychologists are registered practitioners under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency that can help you to manage your concerns. Clinical psychologists are psychologists that undergo two years of additional training specifically in the diagnosis and management of mental health disorders. Whereas psychologists are able to assist more broadly with mental health concerns, and other areas including life stressors, child development, relationships and grief.

Both psychologists and psychiatrists are registered practitioners under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency that can assist in addressing your mental health concerns. However, psychiatrists are medical doctors that specialise in the treatment of mental health disorders and can prescribe medications. Psychiatrists tend to treat individuals who have more severe mental health disorders.

After you locate and book an appointment with a psychologist, there are a few key things to look out for. During your session, ask yourself whether you feel respected and comfortable expressing your concerns. Determine whether the psychologist adequately addresses your concerns, has set clear goals and aims for your sessions, and provides you with feedback to assist with your progress. After the sessions, reflect upon whether you feel relief, hope, or empowered to continue working on your mental health. Keep in mind that the process of finding “the right” psychologist can take a few sessions.

Yes, our psychologists provide marriage and relationship counselling services.

PhysiCo Physiotherapy is not affiliated with NDIS, but we can provide the relevant documentation required to claim the cost of your appointment through your NDIS case manager.

You do not need a referral to see a psychologist or a clinical psychologist. However, to be eligible for the Medicare rebate, you must obtain a Mental Health Care Plan from your GP. Alternatively, if you have private health insurance, you may be able to claim an on-the-spot rebate at our HICAPS terminal.

You can contact us any time either by phone on (02) 9267 3775 or by using the contact form below.