$97 Initial Physio Consult

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To get started on your recovery journey, Book an Initial Physio Consult
with one of our experienced Physiotherapists today for just $97

*T&Cs
Special Offer – $97 Initial Physio Consult
📍 Valid only at Tweak.Health Belmont and Mt Pleasant
👋 Offer for new patients only
🕐 Please allow 30 minutes for your first visit

We Can Help With..

These include but are not limited to:

Pain Management

Motion & Mobility

Scoliosis & Spinal Health

Ergonomic Assessment

Sports Physio

Reduce Chance Of Future Injuries

Rehabilitation, Surgery and Cancer (Pre/During/Post Surgery)

Women’s Health (Pre/Post Natal, Mums, Menopause)

Our Clinical Approach

Physiotherapy is a recognised evidenced-based treatment practice which focuses on getting your body back to its normal functioning state – and better!

At Tweak Health, we focus on more than the short-term fix. Our dedicated team of physiotherapists take great care to identify and treat the root cause of your pain or injury with firm and effective hands on therapy

We believe in individualised care, this is why your treatment is personalised to your needs and unique health journey.

Take advantage of our Special Offer $97 Initial Physio Consult and get started with your return to optimal health today!tr

What to expect at your
first consult?

An initial consultation are usually a longer appointment and includes an assessment of your area(s) of concern, discussion of possible prognosis, treatment plan and treatment time.

If there is a particular treatment you would like please do let us know early in the session. Please bring any reports or scans you might have with you. Typically, we test to investigate and/or uncover the root cause of your pain or concerns. Your treatment is personalised to your needs and your unique health journey.

Depending on your clinical diagnosis, our treatment(s) may include hands-on treatment, massage, joint manipulation & mobilisation, exercise therapy/prescription (e.g. cardiovascular stretching, posture retraining, muscle strengthening), and/or dry needling. Take control of your injury and get started on your recovery today. Book Below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your first visit (Initial) are usually a longer appointment of 45 minutes (with shorter 30 minutes also available) and includes an assessment of your area(s) of concern, discussion of possible prognosis, treatment plan and treatment time (which may include hands-on treatment, exercise therapy/prescription, dry needling etc). 

If there is a particular treatment you would like please do let us know early in the session. Please bring any reports you might have with you.

Subsequent sessions are normally 30 minutes but can be extended to 45 or 60 minutes if you have multiple areas of concern. Let us know when you book. Normally these would include a quick re-assessment (of your area of concern, any changes in goals or treatment direction), with more focus on treatment time/exercise the.rapy

No Dr or Specialist Referral is required to see a Physio in Australia. You can book in an appointment with us straight away!

Private health rebates are available through HICAPS system at the clinic so you can claim straight away, reducing out of pocket costs.

We accept all major funds, but unfortunately we are unable to know the exact amount you can claim back as everyone’s private health is different. If you would like know the specific amount you can get from your insurer, please contact them directly.

You can book in without necessarily having an injury! We provide assessments and treatments to help you move better than you are now!

Please note that a cancellation policy is in place. Should you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please do give us 24 hours notice or you may be charged a cancellation fee. Thank you for your consideration.

For a patient to achieve optimum benefits soon after diagnosis, practitioners recommend three visits per week initially.

However, depending on the severity of your condition, the number of times you may need to see your physio will vary.

Dry needling uses a sterile single use needle and is based on trigger point therapy – uses small needles that target the pain point areas to relieve tension by releasing trigger points (knots in muscle). 

When is dry needling recommended?

  • Help release myofascial trigger points (muscle knots)
  • Assist with pain management
  • Restore movement at a joint if limited by myofascial trigger points.

Does it hurt?
You’ll feel a mild tingly sensation as the needle inserts and withdraws. The insertion of the needle should not be uncomfortable when performed by a physiotherapist. Patients don’t report any discomfort during needle insertion.

While Physiotherapist do perform massage therapy, it’s only a small portion of the treatment we give patients. At Tweak.Health we still prioritise manual therapy and exercise prescriptions.

So, what really IS the difference between the two?

⭐ MASSAGE THERAPY

Massage therapy is commonly used for immediate relaxation of pain and muscle spasms. While they don’t actually provide primary care after injuries, they can be a part of an overall treatment plan.

Meanwhile…

⭐ PHYSIOTHERAPY

Physiotherapy is geared more towards rehabilitating muscle, joint and nerve function. We work to restore the body due to an injury, disease or motion limitations. 

A physiotherapy appointment often involves an assessment followed by diagnosis and treatment. On the other hand, massage therapy alone doesn’t require such things.

You may feel the need to see your massage therapist weekly as you’re not solving the root of the issue (e.g. bad posture, injuries, disease). But your Physio can help to explain the pathology or reason why your issue developed in the first place, and this has the potential to help you recover and move on💪

Needless to say, you may benefit from both, and sometimes simultaneously! Whichever you choose, make sure that it’s appropriate to what you need, and visit a qualified health professional or your local GP.