Please note there are no gazetted fees for consultations with an Exercise Physiologist with the exception of services provided to eligible veterans and some services provided to injured workers. Refer to specific information below or Contact us for more information on current fees and rebates that may be applicable when booking your appointment.
WORKCOVERIf you are an injured worker, your Exercise Physiology fees are covered by Workcover insurance if you are referred by your GP and have accepted liability. There are no out of pocket expenses, while liability is accepted.
MEDICAREMedicare partly funds Exercise Physiology services through an Enhanced Care Plan, organised by your GP. There are eligibility restrictions, so talk to your GP as you will need an EPC referral. You will then be entitled to five Allied Health Services per calendar year. (Exercise Physiology may be one or more of these services)
TYPE 2 DIABETESType 2 Diabetes patients have an extra eight Exercise Physiology Group Services per calendar year, which is partly funded by Medicare. You will need to have a GP management plan in place and be referred by your GP.
PRIVATE PATIENTSOur accredited Exercise Physiology services are covered by most Private Health insurers and we have HICAPS available for immediate claiming – you only pay the difference. No referral is necessary for private EP services.
DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS (DVA)DVA clients will always be bulk billed and there will be no out of pocket expenses. However, you must be referred by your GP.
COMPULSORY THIRD PARTY (CTP)If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident and you are not the driver at fault, you may be entitled to have your exercise physiology services paid by CTP insurance. If your liability is accepted and you are referred by your GP, then it is likely that there will be no “out of pocket ” expenses. Contact us for more information
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