Welcome to Willunga Physio

What to expect:

Our Physios have longer appointments than most and use a full body assessment.Please allow an hour for your first appointment and dress appropriately(i.e. singlet top and shorts—we have private areas you can use to change if needed.)

Your Physio will use a checklist  to ensure a rapid and complete solution using a thorough, individual approach, while minimising the chance of missing any important factors.

Your Appointment:

Our Practice understands the importance of one-on-one attention.

When you reserve a session with one of our Physios they set aside that time solely for your care.

We value your time and endeavour to start and end each session on time (within 5 minutes). To help in this, we will write your appointment on a card for you every time and will send out SMS reminder text messages the day before. Please note this is an automated message and we cannot read replies. Should you need to change or cancel your appointment please call us with as much notice as possible. We regularly have clients in pain on a waiting list. Cancellations or changes made with less than 4 hours notice will be charged a cancellation fee.

What to bring

Relevant X-rays / Scans
Dr’s letters
Running shoes (if you are a runner)

Can I claim a rebate from my private health fund?

Yes we are a registered provider with all health funds.
We have a HICAPS terminal so you can claim your rebate ‘on the spot’
Please contact your health fund if you wish to check your exact rebate.

Do I need a referral?

Referrals are only necessary when you are attending as a D.V.A (department of veteran affairs), WorkCover or MVA (motor vehicle accident) patient, or are qualifying for treatment under the medicare EPC system.
Physiotherapists will often work together with doctors, chiropractic’s and other health professionals to plan and manage treatment for your specific condition.