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How does Physiotherapy help you?

Physiotherapy is patient centred care. We take the time to listen and understand what happened to cause your pain and how this is affecting your life. We collaborate all the information in a treatment from your history, testing process and any lifestyle factors to arrive at a diagnosis. A proper diagnosis guides us to tailoring effective treatment for you, prescribing carefully planned rehabilitation exercises and giving you the best advice possible.This approach looks at the whole body, not just treating your symptoms.

What will treatment involve?

Every problem is unique and every treatment has to reflect how you are changing. There is nothing more rewarding for us to see you feeling better and living your optimal life at home, work, leisure or on the sporting field. So, you can rest assured that everyone receives the Step Into Health Care difference.

If we find that you need something extra beyond our services we will point you in the right direction to one of our established referrers who can help you. If you feel that Physiotherapy is just what you need, or even to get in touch and find out further information about Physiotherapy, give us a call or you can book an appointment online.

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What does Physiotherapy cover?

Physiotherapy addresses a wide range of conditions and areas of your treatment plan including:

  • Pain management
  • Hands on manual therapy
  • Rehab from an acute or chronic injury
  • Movement disorders
  • Elite and recreational sports conditions
  • Post operative rehab
  • Pregnancy conditions

Our Physiotherapists also offer practical advice about how your lifestyle activities can be adapted to help you recover more quickly and have you back living your full life.

Kelvin Mok Physiotherapist Braddon Canberra Step Into Health Care Braddon

Kelvin Mok

Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
AHPRA registered Physiotherapist
ASCA Lv.1 Coach

Member of Australian Physiotherapy Association

Initial appointment – $152
Return standard appointment- $120
New Episode/Long Consult – $135

Cancellation fee for less than 24 hours notice – up to 50% of the appointment fee

  • All prices include GST
  • Physiotherapists are located in Braddon Canberra
  • Payment can be made by cash, cheque, Eftpos, Visa or Mastercard. We do not accept American Express.
  • We use HICAPS for private health insurance rebates.

Do we offer discounts

Yes. We’re pleased to offer a $10 discount for Seniors cardholders, health care cardholders or full-time student cardholders over the age of 13 for appointments between 11am-3pm Monday to Friday. Your discount will be applied at time of payment.
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What training do Physiotherapists have?
In Australia, Physiotherapists are government-registered by the Allied Health Practitioner Regulation Agency – AHPRA. Practitioners must complete university training in physical, structural and physiological aspects of human form and movement. Practitioners must undertake continuing professional development and post graduate courses.
Is Physiotherapy covered by private health insurance, Medicare, workers’ compensation, DVA or Comcare?
Yes. Physiotherapists are recognised providers. Physiotherapy is covered by most private health funds and by Medicare’s Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Plans. Physiotherapists are also registered providers for DVA patients, Comcare and workers’ compensation schemes. If you are eligible here is what you need to do:

  • Private health insurance
    • Ask your fund if you are covered for Physiotherapy
    • If you are, please bring your card
  • Medicare AHMR program, for up to five Physiotherapy treatments per year
    • You must have a referral and AHMR plan from your GP
    • Please bring your letter of referral and Medicare card
    • Your treatment must be paid in full at the end of your session
    • Rebates can then only be paid back onto a savings or debit card
  • Workers’ compensation
    • Please bring you referral paperwork
  • Comcare
    • Please bring your case number and letter of referral
  • DVA
    • If you’re a white cardholder, you must have a referral from your GP for the specific part(s) of the body which require treatment
    • If you’re a gold cardholder, treatment is covered for any body part however you must have a referral from your GP.
    • Both white and gold card holders require a referral from their GP after each 12 treatment blocks.
What do you need to know about your initial appointment with us?
We always start with an initial consultation which can take up to 60 minutes so we can understand your history and needs, examine you and, depending upon your condition, start treating you.

Please arrive 5 minutes early so you can complete a patient history form and bring along any relevant X-rays, scans or test results that you have.

Depending on the area we are treating you may prefer to wear a comfortable change of clothes. We have clean active wear you can use for your appointment.