Our Physiotherapists have trained with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates institution and look forward to providing our clients with an individualised 10-week program.
Participates must book an initial assessment prior to starting your program.
FAQ- Clinical Pilates
1. Do I need a doctor’s referral for Pilates?
No, as Physiotherapist’s are a primary healthcare practitioners, you do not need a doctor’s referral. However an initial assessment must be completed prior to starting your program.
2. How much does Pilates cost?
Platform 7 Physiotherapy believe in high-quality exercise options at affordable levels
⦁ Initial Assessment: $120
⦁ 10 Week Term: $390
3. Can I use my Private Health Fund Insurance to claim for Pilates?
This is dependent on your Private Health Fund provider. You may check with your health fund prior to commencement to see if you are eligible to claim.
Due to paying for the Pilates term upfront, health funds require itemised and dated receipts to claim. This receipt can be created at the END of the Pilates term.
4. What payment options do you offer?
At Platform 7 Physiotherapy we offer Eftpos, VISA/Mastercard and direct debit
5. Do I need to book?
Yes. To ensure that groups aren’t larger than 4 and you obtain a time that suits you for the term, bookings are essential. Changes to session attendance can only be made with prior approval from Platform 7 Physiotherapy.
6. What should I wear?
Wear anything that you are comfortable in. Clothing should be adequate for you to move your arm and legs through a large range of movement.
Please check with your health fund for your available rebate.
Please call to talk to our friendly staff for booking times and payments.