If you are seeking hands-on therapy - online consultations are not appropriate. However, these days, more people are understanding that the way they are thinking, feeling, or moving - might be the actual source of their pain! For those open-minded souls, online consultations are just as effective.
We provide holistic solutions for any injury or ailment (mindset, emotional fitness and movement prescriptions) after observing your language, your posture and your movement habits.
Physio Consultation Fees
Initial Physiotherapy Consultation
For New Patients seeking advice, diagnosis and movement advice
Standard Physiotherapy Consultation
For Return Patients seeking additional treatment or upgrades
Extended Physiotherapy Consultation
For Return Patients seeking additional treatment or upgrades
Initial Pilates Physio Assessment
For those wishing to start Pilates Reformer Rehabilitation.
If you can't make it to the practice, have a look at our mobile physiotherapy service.
Conditions we love treating
Disc Bulges and spinal pain
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Pre And Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
Headaches & Migraines
- Fracture rehabilitation
Arthritis & Osteoarthritis
Pre and Post Natal Conditions
Repetitive Stress Injuries
Lead Physiotherapist, Business Owner,
Bulletproof Backs Podcaster, Course Creator
Marion McRae is a physiotherapist, pilates instructor, fascial therapist and foot specialist.
She is also a self-confessed "movement addict", spartan warrior, ultra runner, ocean kayaker and lifelong learner who juggles clinical consulting, raising teenagers, endurance training with the constant retrieval of her "adventurous" Labrador called George.
Marion has successfully owned private clinics both in Brisbane and Margaret River, helping injured people find the joy of moving again.
She’s actively invested in lowering the global back pain epidemic through her 'Bulletproof Backs' Podcast, Courses and Virtual Clinic, which are all focused on empowering individuals to heal stubborn back pain.
Nutritional Science, Pilates Reformer
Isobel graduated from Curtin University in 2017 with a BSc in Physiotherapy. She works holistically using a combination of manual techniques, such as dry needling and soft tissue release and movement-based therapy to assist her clients to become more aware of their pain patterns, achieve their physical goals, and promote positive long-term health outcomes.
Isobel is a qualified clinical pilates instructor, and will often use her movement training background and the reformer machine to assist her clients in moving freely again.
She strongly believes that “knowledge is power” and loves to give her clients the tools to partake in their own healing journey through increasing mindful practices and body awareness.
OUR ONLINE APPROACH
Thorough questioning of your goals, your injury, your beliefs, etc
Exploration of the emotions that may be helping or hindering your progress
Assessment of how you move... your posture, your feet, your eyes, your ears
Prescription of Movement Videos and customised mindset/ emotional fitness strategies to ramp up your healing
Frequently asked questions
What appointment should I book?
If you are a new client, you have a new issue or you haven't seen us in a while choose an "Initial appointment". This allows the clinician more time to go through your issues and formulate the plan to get you better faster!
Do I need a doctor's referral?
No. You do not need a doctor's referral. However, if your condition is complex and chronic, you may qualify for some medicare funded physiotherapy and this will require your GP's assistance. Simply ask them to help organise a Medicare Care Plan to assist with your physiotherapy costs.
What will happen during my first appointment?
The physiotherapist will ask you questions about your goals, your injury, your surgery, etc. They will assess your posture and your movement habits, and identify any limiting beliefs or emotional addictions that may be limiting you. They will then create a plan for moving forward and start some treatment or prescribe a movement if time allows.
How do you run online appointments?
You will receive a link to a Zoom meeting. Please make sure to connect to the online appointment 5min prior to the start time. You will need to have a laptop with the camera and microphone turned on.
Do I need to have a Zoom account?
A Zoom account is not required when you are just joining Zoom Meetings as a participant. To join our online appointment, follow the link that you received in your booking confirmation email.
If you're new to Zoom, make sure to join 10min prior to set yourself up and test the sound and video on your computer.
Do you have hicaps/health insurance onsite?
Yes. Simply bring in your card for processing at the time of your consultation.
Do you bulk bill?
We have recently introduced a bulk billing care pathway for those referred under a Medicare Care Plan. After your initial consultation, you will be given the option to use one of our physiotherapy assistants to complete your rehabilitation at a bulk-billed rate. To learn more, ask at your initial consultation.
Do I need to prepare anything for my assessment?
Simply have any scan or X-ray results, and instructions from your surgeon handy. Write down your questions and a clear intention of what you are hoping to achieve with our help.
How many physiotherapy sessions will I need?
This is highly dependent on your goals and your starting place. Chronic conditions will require more work and more visits. Relatively new injuries are usually more responsive to treatment and we work off a 4 - 6 visit program. The frequency and amount of sessions are highly related to your goals and your ability to work independently or not.
What will my treatment involve?
Your zoom call will start with a discussion of your goals and barriers, followed by a movement assessment in front of the screen. Treatment usually involves a blend of mindset work, emotional awareness exercises, movement prescriptions, breathwork, self-massage techniques, etc. The session will be recorded so you can refer back to the suggestions.