Physiotherapists are university trained and are experts in injury diagnosis, injury treatment, exercise prescription, injury prevention, rehabilitation and many other areas of sport and health and fitness.
We can treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries arising from the workplace, sporting field or from general everyday life.
Conditions commonly treated successfully include:
- Neck pain, Headaches, wry neck
- Back pain, sciatica, pelvic and sacral/coccygeal pain, tailbone pain
- Shoulder aches, Shoulder rotator cuff tears, Shoulder instability, Shoulder impingement,
- Elbow pain, Golfer's elbow, Tennis elbow
- Wrist injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, Tenosynovitis, De Quervains tenosynovitis
- Ankle injuries, Ligamentous tears, Achilles tendinosis, Calf tears
- Plantar fascitis, Heel and foot pain
You can get in touch by phone (02) 9807 0260 or use the form below. Alternatively use the quick and easy online booking page, which is the method we prefer. Make sure you choose 'Jonathan Khoo' when booking.
Treatments are usually 45 minutes in length. This usually involves the education of your injury, massage, traction, manual techniques, electrotherapy, dry needling (similar to acupuncture) exercise prescription as well as provision of braces/taping.
$90 initial consultation (45 minutes)
$80 subsequent consultation (45 minutes)
$65 short consultation (30 minutes)
$90 long consultation (over 45 minutes)
Medicare Bulk Billing for short consults (under 30 minutes)
$10 gap for longer Medicare sessions
BUPA Members get more back
HCF more for muscles provider (1st session covered by your health insurance)
Medicare EPC Bulk Billing for short consults
We do direct health fund claims meaning only the gap is paid on presentation of your health fund card. Medicare patients who have been referred via General Practitioners currently pay no gap.
A loose change of clothes if possible. If you have any X-Rays, scans or medical reports relevant to your condition please bring these. Referrals are not necessary.
The number of treatments will vary depending on the problem and individual. After a thorough assessment, the physiotherapist will discuss their treatment plan for the rehabilitation process.
Still have questions?
Feel free to ask any physical therapy related questions over the phone, or get send your question via this form below. Your message will be sent directly to our staff who will answer as soon as they can.