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What do you treat?
Jason treats pain arising from muscle, joint, and nerve injuries. This could include sporting injuries such as torn muscles, joint sprains, and running-related injuries. He also treats people with neck pain, headaches, back pain, hip and knee arthritis, rotator cuff injuries, tendon injuries, etc. As an experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist there isn't much that Jason can't treat.

Bupa members are entitled to discounted sessions when they receive treatment at

    our Lawson clinic, as we are part of the Bupa Members First Network.

    Dependants will usually receive a No Gap session i.e. your private health insurance

    may cover the full cost. 


3. nib members are entitled to discounted sessions when they receive treatment at

    our Warrimoo clinic, as we are part of the NIB's First Choice network. This also 

    applies to to nib's partners: Qantas, AAMI, Apia, Suncorp and GU Health.

4. Eligible HCF members are entitled to a $90 rebate for their initial consultation through the More

    For Muscles program. Valid at Lawson and Warrimoo.

Can I claim a health fund rebate through private health insurance?
Yes, as long as you have extras cover and haven't exhausted your annual allowance.

How much is the health fund rebate?
It varies between health funds. Most pay a higher rebate for an initial consultation. Some funds pay a percentage of the consultation fee, whereas others pay a fixed amount. It's worth checking your policy to see how much you are eligible to claim.

The health fund rebate can be claimed at your session using a HICAPS terminal.

Gap payments (the amount remaining after deducting the rebate) can be paid via EFTPOS, EFT, or cash.

We are accepted by all health funds, Medicare, DVA, Workers Compensation, Motor Accident Authority, & NDIS
  • First Choice Spinal & Sports Physiotherapy is accepted by all health funds, allowing you to claim a rebate on the spot using HICAPS.

  • We also accept Medicare EPC and DVA referrals from your GP.

  • We are SIRA (State Insurance Regulatory Authority) accredited which means that we treat injuries covered by Workers Compensation and Motor Accident Authority.

  • We also treat people funded by the NDIS

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