Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have Eftpos facilities?
Yes we do for credit cards and American Express.
Do you have a Hicaps Terminal?
Yes we do for immediate claims with most Private Health Care Funds.
What is Remedial Massage?
Remedial massage is a holistic approach that uses several assessment techniques to locate and treat dysfunction while also supporting the body's own repair mechanisms. Remedial therapy uses techniques to treat the causes of musculoskeletal dysfunction. Remedial massage also aids with pain relief and discomfort. Remedial massage uses soft tissue techniques including muscles, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue and fascia that can help restore better function to the body.
Remedial massage treats most dysfunctions and has an important role in preventing further injury. Also for maintaining optimal function and performance of your structure. It is safe for most people and their presenting conditions. Many therapeutic techniques are used for remedial massage. Our therapists will design and implement the best techniques for your presenting ailments.
Do private health funds cover Remedial Massage?
Most private health funds will cover Remedial Massage. The gap payments and total insurance vary with each individual fund.
How long do I need to book for a massage?
A one hour treatment is usually sufficient to manage most conditions although some people prefer longer for more beneficial effects.
How often do I need to get a massage?
Most therapies work best in groups of three sessions for good results. Often one treatment can help a lot anyway. Some chronic conditions can be more stubborn and will need further treatments and exercise routines.
What conditions can Massage manage?
Some common conditions that massage can help with include: Achilles tendon, tendonitis, shin splints, neck injuries, headaches, sore muscles, thoracic outlet syndrome, groin strain, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, wry neck, hamstring injuries, plantar fasciitis, adhesions, whiplash, chronic back pain, sciatica, arthritis, swimmer's shoulder, bursitis, rotator cuff injuries, ITB conditions.
Can you book two people at the same time?
Generally we can but book ahead as far as possible so that we can accommodate you in our schedule. Our couples massage treatments are very popular and are also a good idea as a gift voucher.
What should I do after or between treatments?
Drink plenty of water, rest as much as possible and take Epsom salt baths. If you are in pain persist with the salt baths. The magnesium relaxes the muscles and nerves and the sulphate draws out of the body the acids and toxins. Take magnesium, Vitamin C and Vitamin B supplements. Also use Magnesium spray and liniment. These are available at the clinic in Practitioner lines.
Do you sell Gift Vouchers?
Yes we sell gift vouchers. One hour for $70 this covers most modalities. Gift vouchers can be purchased on line by clicking on Gift Vouchers on the menu bar at the top of the website.