Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few of our commonly asked questions. If you have any more please contact the friendly staff at Target Physio and they will be more than happy to answer any further questions. 
Do I need a referral to see a Physiotherapist?
Referrals are required for WorkCover, DVA, ADF and Medicare-funded physiotherapy appointments. 
What do I need to bring to my physiotherapy appointment?
  • If you do have a referral, please bring this with you, along with any x-rays or other scans relevant to the injured area.
  • Your Private Health Insurance card
  • Comfortable clothing that allows full assessment of the injured area
Will my Private Health Insurance cover the appointment?
This depends on your level of insurance cover and is independent to the individual. If you're unsure, it's recommended that you contact your health insurance company and seek clarification as to how much they will cover for you.
Do we accept Workcover, DVA or EPC referrals?
Yes, please bring with you all paperwork from your doctor in regards to your claim, including claim number or DVA file number.
How long does the appointment go for?
All appointments are 30 minutes long and are purely one-on-one with you and your physiotherapist.
What if I need to cancel my appointment?
We ask that you give 12 hours' notice of cancellation. Please phone our friendly reception team to cancel and reschedule your appointment if needed.
Can I go straight into a Clinical Conditioning program?
If you are a current patient you can be assessed for a Clinical Conditioning Program in your normal appointment. If you are coming to the clinic purely for the Clinical Conditioning Program you will need to book an assessment where the physiotherapist can assess and assign the most suitable level for you.  
How long do I have to do the Clinical Conditioning Program?
Our Clinical Conditioning Programs are run in 8-week blocks. When booking your spot in your allocated level, you've got it for the whole 8 weeks! 
What if I can't make a session?
Our Clinical Conditioning Programs are run in 8-week blocks, in conjunction with the school terms. Unfortunately, there are no make-up classes available and non-attendance is counted as a forfeit.
What do I bring to my Clinical Conditioning class?
  • Towel
  • Socks
  • Water
Is there car parking available?
Kenmore - parking is available at the back of the complex with access via Princeton Street. Alternatively, you are allowed to park in the courtyard area at the front of the clinic.
Bellbowrie - parking is available at the front of the clinic as well as street parking along Birkin Road and surrounding streets.