FAQsFrequently Asked Questions
Do I need a referral to see a Sport and Exercise Physician?
We acknowledge the important role of GPs in patient care and the importance of keeping GPs informed for better overall health outcomes. In the situation where a referral is not available, such as an urgent appointment for an acute injury, your regular GP will receive correspondence whenever possible.
Referrals from an allied health practitioner are accepted but the full Medicare rebate might not apply.
Do you bulk bill and what are you fees?
Where are you located?
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
Please bring any x-rays or scans you have been given, however, if you were not given any physical copies or discs, please have the details of the radiology clinic your imaging was performed at as we can access most imaging online. Please bring the details of your radiology clinic if performed in Queensland. If your imaging was performed interstate, please give the details to reception at time of booking so we can arrange access to your films prior to your appointment. In order to give you the best specialist care, we require not only the imaging reports, but to view the images ourselves.
Where possible, please wear shorts for lower limb injuries or a sleeveless top or sports bra for upper limb injuries.
Please ensure that you have completed your Patient Details Form via the online link sent to you by email at the time of booking your appointment. Please ensure you have completed this form at least two days prior to your appointment. Failure to complete your patient information form may result in delays at your appointment.
If your consultation is related to an injury as a result of a Workplace accident, you are required to complete the Workcover section of the online form.
What are your fees?
How long are appointments?
Can I contact my Sport and Exercise Physician via email
How can I change or cancel an appointment?
Cancellations with less than 24 hours’ notice, or non-attendance may incur a fee.