To our focus on physio community,

As an essential service for the community, we are open for business at this challenging time when we all observe social distancing in limiting the spread of COVID-19 in the community. We continue to offer:

  1. 1 on 1 physiotherapy in house
  2. in house hydrotherapy services
  3. Home visits for clients who prefer to be at home
  4. Telehealth consultations with our physiotherapy team (covered by Medicare EPC/TCA referrals from a GP (30 min), DVA (30mins), Private Health          Insurance from 14/4/2020, NDIS, Workcover on a case by case basis, 3rd      party on a case by case basis
  5. Telehealth exercise mat class and yoga class – from the privacy of your home
  6. Online booking of physiotherapy appointments

Unfortunately, we have decided to suspend our Massage services so we can comply to recommendations.

What is Telehealth?

Telehealth physiotherapy is a health service provided via a secure online platform, consulting with your physiotherapist using a video link. Telehealth physiotherapy consultations have been proven to be effective in achieving good patient outcomes.

The Telehealth consultation will involve answering questions as well as a physical examination with education, self treatment recommendations and exercises. You will need a device with a webcam (laptop, desktop, tablet, mobile phone) and space to move with exercise equipment (weights, bands gym ball). Please wear suitable clothing for the examination and prescription of exercises. If you are a new patient to the practice you will be emailed a comprehensive Initial questionnaire to be completed and returned to the physiotherapist prior to the Consultation. This way we can register you into the system and ensure a Telehealth Consultation is appropriate or not.

You can ask questions and book a Telehealth appointment by ringing our friendly Reception staff (07) 55649009. Payment is required at the time of the Telehealth Consultation via credit card/debit card.

Focus on physio we continue to screen clients, use social distancing guidelines in waiting areas and use strict hygiene practices including line changes between patients, hand cleansing on arrival, washing of hands between clients, washing equipment and cleansing waiting area chairs.

At focus on physio, we are committed in implementing prevention policies to  ensuring the health and safety of our staff and our clients. As we face weekly changes to government policies we will update you as fast as we can.

We acknowledge with gratitude our current clients who are supporting us at this time.

Stay well and active in mind and body.

Warm Regards

Anne Power

Director and Principal Physiotherapist