Frequently Asked Questions

A physiotherapist is a university-trained allied health professional specialising in assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of aches and pains, specific injuries, and certain chronic medical conditions through a variety of techniques including education, electrotherapy, joint mobilisation, dry needling, exercise prescription and massage. Through these methods, a physiotherapist aims to help you feel better, move better, and perform your day to day tasks optimally and without pain.

Most physiotherapy appointments take half an hour, though initial consultations for some services including continence and pelvic floor issues and Pink Pilates will take one hour. Personal training sessions and massages can last either half an hour or a full hour. Exercise classes run for one hour.
No! Anyone can make an appointment to see a physiotherapist, just give us a call and Ruth, Bron, Amanda or Trudi will book you in at a time that suits you.
Yes, and all major credit cards and private health funds are accepted.
We’re located at 305 Wellington Street, South Launceston. You’ll find us right next to the All Year Round Tavern and opposite The Car Mart.
Yes! If you have trouble walking, feel free to use the car park located at the front of our building. Alternatively, turn into Eardley St. (just past the All Year Round Tavern) and follow the sign to use our larger car park.
Some providers and levels of cover allow you to claim remedial massage. Please check with your private health insurer for confirmation.
Yes, one of our massage therapists is qualified in pregnancy massage.
If you have a chronic condition, you may be eligible to receive 5 physiotherapy visits covered under the medicare programme. Ask your Doctor if you are eligible.

Contact Physiofit

Physiofit has six qualified physiotherapists who are trained to deliver a range of general services, including treatment of sports injuries, muscle/ligament sprains, low back pain, neck pain, and headaches.