Osteopathy is a form of hands-on healing where our focus is on restoring optimal function and healing capacity to the entire body, especially the area of concern. This includes careful consideration to maximise biomechanics, blood flow, nerve supply and lymph drainage for greater health. Osteopathy can benefit all age groups. Our Osteopathic management can be effective as the primary form of health care, or in addition to the care provided by a General Practitioner or other health professional. A referral is not necessary to see an Osteopath at Head 2 Toe Health.
At Head 2 Toe Health our Osteopaths are university trained and government registered and participate in ongoing professional education and skill development. Your Osteopath will take you through a thorough lifestyle and medical history to support us in understanding your needs and any causative and contributing factors towards your condition, and discuss how we can best support you in your management and overall health and wellbeing. Your Osteopath may perform standard medical testing such as blood pressure, if required, followed by a thorough Head 2 Toe musculo-skeletal assessment. We will discuss your proposed treatment and answer any questions you may have pertaining to your management.
Your Osteopath will provide a hands-on treatment including massage, manipulation and stretching to reduce and or eliminate your symptoms. We will work with you to identify and correct any underlying diet, ergonomic, postural, exercise or lifestyle factors that may be contributing to your symptoms or impairing your healing capacity.
What can we help you with
Our Osteopaths are trained to provide treatment for all areas of the body – from Head 2 Toe. Our treatment has been proven to be highly effective for problems such as:
- Back pain & stiffness
- Neck pain
- Headaches & migraines
- Arthritic pain
- Joint pain & stiffness
- Muscle pain, cramps & tension
- Sinus issues & jaw pain
- Muscle imbalance
- Post surgery and injury rehabilitation
- Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI)
- Sport & accident injuries
- Menstrual pain
- Pregnancy related pain
- Baby & children’s health issues
We can also offer advice and assist with:
- Posture & ergonomics – home, car and office
- Injury rehabilitation and management
- Personalised exercise programs
- Digestion issues
- Stress management
- Sleep issues
Rebates available for Osteopathic services
The new Medicare allied health initiative allows chronically ill people who are being managed by their General Practitioner under an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) plan access to Medicare rebates for Osteopathy. (Out of pocket fee will apply)
Phone: 132 011
Private health funds
We can process private health fund rebates on the spot. Be sure to contact your health fund provider to find out if Osteopathy is included under your extras cover.
Work Cover injuries
A referral from your General Practitioner is required for your Work Cover claim. The Work Cover QLD website has information on who can lodge a claim, benefits and payments and how to claim.
Phone: 1300 362 128
Department of Veteran Affairs
Osteopathy is available to eligible veterans through DVA. Click here to find out if you are eligible, how you can access the service, how many treatments you can have, payment arrangements and what to expect on your first visit.
Phone: 1300 550 457 for the cost of a local call (mobiles extra)
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