Take care of your
body. It’s the only
place you have to live.

Take care of your
body. It’s the only
place you have to live.

Pricing

Services

  • Osteopathy – Initial
  • 60 minutes $140 includes:

    • Full case history and Osteopathic assessment.
    • Biomechanic assessment.
    • Diagnosis or detailed Explanation / Education on presenting symptoms, posture or biomechanics.
    • Osteopathic treatment which may include as needed: Mobilisations, manipulations, soft tissue/massage, muscle energy techniques, PNF stretching, dry needling, exercise prescription.
    • Treatment program explained with likely length of recovery & treatments required.
    • Initial rehabilitation, home based program.
  • Osteopathy – Follow up
  • 30 minutes $110 includes:

    • Reassessment followed by a full treatment as at initial consult.
    • Additions and adjustments to rehabilitation and home-based program as needed.
    • Ergonomic assessment if required.
    • Seating and sleeping information/advice.
    • Communication and updating other allied health professionals or personal trainers as required.
  • Massage therapy
  • 45 minutes $85, 60 minutes $110, and 90 minutes $150

    • Relaxation massage – utilises gentle, flowing techniques that helps to de-stress the client. The pressure could be soft or deep but not painful. If you have a really stressful day or week relaxation massage may the good for you.
    • Remedial massage – focuses on a musculoskeletal disorder or chronic pain. Includes pre-treatment assessment and muscle tests. The therapist may utilise trigger point technique, joint mobilization, a myofascial technique to help musculoskeletal problems.
    • Sport massage – can be preventative or restorative. Preventative is given before a sports event utilising flowing, a rapid technique to warm up the muscle, release muscle tension and increase blood circulation. Restorative is aimed to flush out toxins, lactic acid on the muscle and helps to speed up the recovery and injury prevention.
  • Naturopathy – Initial
  • 60-75 minutes $110 includes:

    • Analysis of related body systems including past health issues to determine the cause of your condition.
    • Dietary analysis (you may be asked to keep a diet and symptom diary for examination at future visits).
    • Physical examinations including hair, skin and nails analysis and vital signs (blood pressure, temperature etc).
    • Treatment plan including patient education, treatment goals and timelines. This may include the prescription of herbal medicine and nutritional supplements, diet and lifestyle advice or suggestions for functional testing.
  • Naturopathy – Follow up
  • 30-45 minutes $75 includes:

    • Treatment progress and symptom review.
    • Follow up analysis of diet diary.
    • Review of any test results.
    • Treatment plan update

  Services

Osteopathy

Initial consultation 60mins $140

  • Full case history and Osteopathic assessment.
  • Biomechanic assessment.
  • Diagnosis or detailed Explanation / Education on presenting symptoms, posture or biomechanics.
  • Osteopathic treatment which may include as needed: Mobilisations, manipulations, soft tissue/massage, muscle energy techniques, PNF stretching, dry needling, exercise prescription.
  • Treatment program explained with likely length of recovery & treatments required.
  • Initial rehabilitation, home based program.

Follow up consultation 30mins $110

  • Reassessment followed by a full treatment as at initial consult.
  • Additions and adjustments to rehabilitation and home-based program as needed.
  • Ergonomic assessment if required.
  • Seating and sleeping information/advice.
  • Communication and updating other allied health professionals or personal trainers as required.

Remedial Massage

45mins $85, 60 mins $110 and 90mins $150

  • Relaxation massage – utilises gentle, flowing techniques that helps to de-stress the client. The pressure could be soft or deep but not painful. If you have a really stressful day or week relaxation massage may the good for you.
  • Remedial massage – focuses on a musculoskeletal disorder or chronic pain. Includes pre-treatment assessments and muscle tests. The therapist may utilise trigger point technique, joint mobilization, a myofascial technique to help musculoskeletal problems.
  • Sport massage – can be preventative or restorative. Preventative is given before a sports event, utilise flowing, a rapid technique to warm up the muscle, release muscle tension and increase blood circulation. Restorative is aimed to flush out toxins, lactic acid on the muscle and helps to speed up the recovery and injury prevention.

Naturopathy

Check In – 10 minutes free

A quick catch up between sessions to check in on your progress and answer any questions you may have

Base chat – 15 minutes free

A free “intro & info” session to answer any questions you have about complementary and alternative medicine and how it may be able to help you achieve your health goals. There’s no commitment and no hard feelings if you don’t feel it’s the right fit for you!

Initial consultation 60-75mins $110

  • Case history of presenting complaint and associated symptoms.
  • Analysis of related body systems including past health issues to determine the cause of condition.
  • Top line dietary analysis (you may be required to keep a diet and symptom diary to examine at future visits).
  • Relevant physical examinations including hair, skin and nail analysis, and vital signs (blood pressure, temperature etc).
  • Treatment plan including patient education, treatment goals and timelines. This may include the prescription of herbal medicine and nutritional supplements, diet and advice plus suggestions for functional testing.

Follow up consultation 30-45mins $75

  • Treatment progressed symptom review.
  • Follow up analysis of diet diary.
  • Review of any test results.
  • Treatment plan update.

Frequently asked questions

We are aware that life happens and at times appointments need to be changed. Please be advised however that repeated cancellation less than 24 hours before or failure to attend your appointment, will result in the full fee being charged.

No. Osteopaths are primary care practitioners. As such no referral is required and you can make an appointment directly.

Bring with you any results or documentation that you feel may be relevant. We appreciate the opportunity to fully assess your case with all the information available. If you don’t have x-rays then we are able to request x-rays, MRI’s or appropriate scans where necessary.

Depending on the body area requiring treatment, you may be asked to undress to your underwear. Shorts and singles are provided however wearing or bringing suitable clothing often makes the process smoother and more comfortable.

Osteopathy and massage are covered by all private health insurance companies. Your policy however may or may not cover these extra’s. You will need to check with your health fund directly. We are fully recognized by the Health Funds and incorporate the HICAPS system for your convenience. The HICAPS system enables you to claim your health fund contribution at the time of payment.

In certain circumstances Osteopathy is covered under MediCare’s Enhanced Primary Care programme. (EPC). To be eligible you first need to consult your Doctor and if he/she feels it appropriate they can provide you with a specific EPC referral.

It is not uncommon for people to be wary of spinal manipulation, despite the evidence of its safety. Manipulation is only one of the tools available to our Osteopaths and if you feel uncomfortable with this technique or any other used there are other approaches available to us. Prior to commencing any treatment, we discuss with you the treatment plan and the choices available. Your comfort and trust are important to us and we would never apply a technique against your wishes.

We aim to improve function and mobility while reducing pain at every treatment. Occasionally you may be more aware of your symptoms for a short period following treatment. This is due to the chemical release of substances within the tissues associated with making change in the body. This is a normal response and most often resolves within 24-48 hours.