About Your Osteopathy Consultation

Fees & Claiming

You can book-in directly with Patricia, as a private patient. 

Peregian Beach Osteopathy has stair-access only. There is no lift/elevator. 

You only need a referral from a GP if you wish to make a booking in relation to an insurance claim (I don’t accept WorkCover work), or wish to use a Chronic Disease Management Allied Health referral under Medicare.  You also need a referral in some circumstances for DVA claims.


The fees listed below are generally all inclusive. Some take-home products attract additional charges.

Initial – $130  (concession $115 for Australian Seniors/Australian Pensioners/full-time students in Australian education) This is between 45-60 minutes of history, admin, consult/treatment/referral combined.

Long follow-up $100 (concession $95) This is between 40-45 minutes of history, admin, consult/treatment/referral combined.

Short follow-up $90 (concession $85).  This includes history, admin and consult/treatment of  30 minutes combined total. 

DVA card-holders – claimed directly from DVA for you. This is a 30 minute appointment.

Insurance claimants – I do not accept WorkCover claims.

Radial Shockwave Therapy incurs an extra cost.



  • always required at the time of the consultation
  • preferred – EFTPOS, VISA, and MasterCard
  • NOT accepted – Amex, Diner’s Club
  • Little to no cash is kept on premises.  Exact cash amount is welcome.


HICAPS on-the-spot claims

The majority of health funds have a plan that covers osteopathic treatment. It is a good idea to check your private health insurance policy for further information on your level of cover, and your remaining extras balance, especially if you have used it for other allied-health services.

  • HICAPS on-the-spot claims available.
  • Present your eligible health-fund card, and then you will only be required to pay the gap for your treatment.
  • You need to bring your cards to each treatment to claim.

GP allied-health medicare referrals CDM (old name EPC)

  • A gap payment will apply.  Concession rate gaps are used for eligible patients.
  • Medicare only pays a part of a consultation fee, as it subsidises so many health areas across all of Australia.
  • You cannot use your private health insurance in combination with a Medicare allied-health referral plan.
  • The original signed and dated CDM form needs to be presented with your Medicare card prior to, or at your first appointment.
  • Eligible concession holders –  gaps are still applicable for patients with GP referral, in order to maintain professional standards, stay in business and cope with ever-increasing rents/overheads and government requirements. 

Please see the GP referral page for important details to address well before attending the clinic.

DVA cardholders

Peregian Beach Osteopathy  is happy to provide service for Australian Veterans.

  • You must bring your Gold or White card to each visit.
  • GOLD card-holders, you are entitled to be treated for any condition.
  • WHITE card-holders, you are entitled to be treated for only the conditions specified by the  DVA.
  • Please refer to the DVA website for further information on who may refer, and how long referrals last for.


Courtesy and understanding is extended to all patients, and valued in return.  Unfortunately, the lack of consideration is common enough now that I need to state that I reserve the right to charge a cancellation fee or no-show fee, at my discretion. I’d prefer to not have to have that discussion, and would rather you give me a day’s notice.

 24 hours notice is requested for non-emergency-related changes. Obviously emergencies are not put to that time-frame, but I do ask that you contact me as soon as you suspect you won’t be able to come in.

Such fees are not claimable from health fund, insurance company, Workcover or Medicare.  

Please email ua.moc.yhtapoetsohcaebnaigerep@ofni, or voicemail at 54490386 if you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment.

Please note:

being called into work at the last minute is not an emergency unless you are an ER nurse, medical Doctor, ambo, firey or police officer.


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