Do I need a referral to make an appointment with Healthy Aspects?
No. However, if your appointments are to be paid by a 3rd party (e.g Workcover, Medicare or DVA) you will require a referral from your GP or specialist.
Can I claim a private health rebate for attending Healthy Aspects ?
Yes. Most private health funds recognise Exercise Physiology services. We recommend that you check with your health fund as the rebate will depend on your level of cover.
To confirm your specific health fund and gap payment please call your private health insurer and quote the below codes:
Initial Consultation – Code 102
Subsequent Consultations – Code 202
Exercise Physiology Group Class – Code 502
I have been referred by my doctor. What should I bring along to my initial assessment?
- Any X-rays, scans and tests relevant to your visit
- A current list of your medications
- Your health fund or medicare card if applicable
- Your workers’ compensation medical certificate and claim number information, if applicable Your referral letter (if you have one)
- Walking shoes, clothes to exercise in and a drink bottle
I need to bring a towel to the Group Classes?
Yes, We recommend all class participants bring a towel for hygienic reasons during group classes.
Are all of your staff accredited professionals with relevant credentials and insurances?
Yes, All Healthy Aspects team members meet the strict guidelines for full membership, accreditation and insurance with all relevant professional associations in Australia.
Healthy Aspects are fully accredited with WorkCover, Medicare Australia,Department of Veteran Affairs, NDIS and Private Health Funds.
Do you have credit card facilities?
Yes we certainly do. We have full EFTPOS and Credit Card facilities at our clinic.