We are pleased to announce that the Griffith Physiotherapy Clinic on the Gold Coast campus has just been accredited to join Bupa’s Member’s First network of recognised providers.

This means that if you are a Bupa health insurance member and have Extras cover, you can claim for physiotherapy services in our clinic by swiping your Bupa card and receive certainty in what you’ll get back from Bupa.

To make an appointment please call 1800 188 295 or email ahreceptionteam@griffith.edu.au

Guaranteed 60% back and up to 100% back on physiotherapy services

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Depending on your level of Bupa Extras cover, you’ll receive a guaranteed 60% back for physiotherapy services performed in our clinic and up to 100% back if you are on the highest level of Bupa Extras cover.

In addition, children up to the age of 25 listed on your policy may receive gap-free physioservices. Please check your Bupa policy for more information.

 

 

Personalised treatment to restore physical function and relieve pain

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– Sports and musculoskeletal injuries
– Spinal and joint pain
– Women’s/Men’s health
– Persistent pain management
– Chronic disease management
– Post-operative rehabilitation
– Work-related injuries
– Athlete and performance enhancement

Physiotherapy at a time that suits you

The physiotherapy clinic is conveniently located on Level 4, G40 Griffith Health Centre building on the Gold Coast campus(up the escalators from G’s cafe and then left).

We are open Monday to Friday between 8:00am and 5pm (before and after hours appointments considered upon request).

Appointments available now!  The clinic is open to the public and no referrals are required.

Meet the physiotherapy team

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Kara Roffey – Sports and Musculoskeletal
Kara has a passion for sports physiotherapy and has over 10 years experience working in various musculoskeletal clinics and Queensland Health outpatient services. Her areas of interest include:

– Athlete performance
– Persistent pain management
– Complex spinal pain
– Knee and lower limb injuries

 

 

 

 

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Mitch Hunter – Sports and Musculoskeletal 

Mitch in an APA Titled physio and has over 10 years clinical experience in the area of sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He has extensive knowledge of acute, chronic, post-operative and rehabilitative physiotherapy. His areas of interest include:

– Spinal pain
– Chronic shoulder problems
– Jaw dysfunction
– Yoga based therapy

 

 

 

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Eleanor Pidgeon – Women’s/Men’s Health

Eleanor has extensive experience in Women’s/Men’s pelvic health and continence. Her areas of interest include:
– pelvic floor assessments
– bowel incontinence
– prolapse, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction
– complications as a result of surgeries including gynaecological, prostatectomy and cancer
– general physiotherapy

Find out more or make an appointment

Please call 1800 188 295 or email ahreceptionteam@griffith.edu.au