Conditions We Treat
We are located inside the new Kuring-Gai Health Hub, inside the Aldi shopping complex, next to the butcher and chemist.
You can get to the clinic by car or public transport. If you're driving, there's free parking onsite in the underground carpark. If you're taking public transport, we're located right along the Pacific Highway, where most buses will stop along, and we're a short 5 minute walk from Mt Kuring-Gai train station.
We have a great team of Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, and Exercise Physiologists that can help you with a variety of health conditions.
The easiest way to make a booking is to click the Book Online Now button at the top right corner of this page. You can also make a booking by calling us on 02 8428 0520, and asking to make an appointment with one of our team members. We're also on HotDoc and HealthEngine (search for Mt Kuring-Gai Health), where you can view all our available times online or on the app.
The cost to see one of our Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Exercise Physiologists, Dietitians, or Podiatrists is $130 for the first session, and $100 for any follow-up sessions. For those with private health insurance, most will cover about half the cost, and you can expect to pay around $50 out of pocket (gap). It's best to check with your health fund for a more accurate quote. Those with a Medicare care plan referral, there's usually a $44 out of pocket cost after the rebate. For more information see our "Fees" page.
For those who are unable to afford the consultation fees, we recommend you speak to your GP to see if you qualify for a Medicare care plan which can help reduce the cost to see us. For pensioners who are struggling, our team can sometimes discount the fee on a case by case basis and with specific staff members.
The best way to contact us is to send us an email email@example.com. If you'd like to speak to one of our team, you can also call us on 02 8428 0520 and leave a message for them to call you back.
During the first session, we recommend you bring any relevant referrals from your GP or specialist, any scans you might have, and your private health insurance card. It's also good to wear some loose clothing which makes it easier for us, or you can bring something to change into (e.g. singlets or shorts).