The relaxing and rejuvenating qualities of massage are well known and sought by a variety of patients whose needs may be as diverse as needing to replenish their energy levels following a particularly stressful week at work, to reducing specific muscular areas of tension resulting from prolonged loading of soft tissues following intense activity or sport.
What is not as well recognised by recreational athletics (but well acknowledged by professional sports people) is the importance of sports and remedial massage as a precursor and recovery strategy in improving sports performance.
Massage forms a focal point of most professional athlete’s pre and post-exercise routine and is considered as integral as carbo and protein loading, rehydration, icing and stretching, all of which form an integrated approach to achieving early recovery and performance enhancement.
Our massage therapists are highly experienced in delivering the appropriate soft tissue techniques for achieving a desired outcome and work in conjunction with our physiotherapists, acupuncturists and exercise physiologist where appropriate to ensure that optimum outcomes are achieved for each patient’s individual needs.
All boast extensive sports coverage experience as well as the academic qualifications to assure our patients that they will receive optimal care especially when undertaking injury management.
Private health fund rebates are immediately available for private patients through our HICAPS billing system. We also welcome Work Cover, Veterans Affairs and Motor Vehicle Accident patients who do require an appropriate referral and documentation from a medical practitioner.
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Massage Fees and Charges
Sports & Remedial Massage
30 mins $60.00
45 mins $80.00
60 mins $95.00
To book a massage, please call us on (07) 5531 6422 and “Enjoy Life Without Pain”.