Ready for your Healthy New Year? Use your health cover this year

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As the year draws to a close, it's not just the holiday season that's upon us—it's also the perfect time to prioritise your health. If you're thinking about addressing a lingering pain or movement issue in the new year, why wait? Starting now might be more advantageous to enjoy your Christmas New Year as well as the fact that many private health funds reset their benefits at the end of each year.

Health fund benefits that go unused don't roll over into the new year, which means you could be losing out on valuable resources that could contribute to your well-being. Why let your premiums go to waste when you can make the most of them before the year ends?

At our facility, we offer convenient on-the-spot claims processing through HICAPS for a range of services, including Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, and Remedial Massage, depending on your fund. Whether you have a specific injury to address or you're looking for maintenance and preventative treatments, our dedicated team is here to assist you at this time.

You don't need a referral to benefit from our expertise. Our doors are open to everyone seeking to enhance their well-being. Don't let the misconception that you need an injury stop you—our team is equipped to provide care for various health needs.

Now is the time to take proactive steps towards your health goals. By utilising your health benefits before they expire, you can enter the new year feeling better than ever. Don't wait for the typical New Year's resolution; instead, make a healthy start now and set the tone for a vibrant and energised holiday season.

Don't miss out on the chance to unlock your best health. Act today, maximise your private health benefits, and embrace the end of the year with a renewed sense of well-being! 

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* Conferred by Fellowship of the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2010