Pre and post op
Pre and Post Operative Services
If you are preparing for or recovering from surgery, Barangaroo Physio’s outpatient services can help you on your rehabilitation journey.
WHAT IS PREHAB?
Prehab refers to the work that we do before you go into surgery. Consider Barangaroo Physio to help prep you, as we will develop a personalised strength program to improve your recovery post-surgery. Committing to a strength program for a number of weeks before your surgery can help restore function and reduce pain as you recover.
WHAT IS REHAB?
Rehab is the work that we will do with you after your surgery. This may consist of manual therapy to improve range of motion and reduce pain and inflammation. We will then work with you to progressively strengthen the area to restore function.
Operations We Have Helped Treat:
- ACL/Knee Reconstruction
- Foot and Ankle Surgery
- Shoulder Reconstruction
- Meniscal Repair
- Knee Replacement
- Hip Replacement
- Achilles Tendon Repair
- Rotator Cuff Repair
- SLAP Tear Repair
- Fracture Fixation (ORIF)
- Post-op Cervical & Lumbar Disectomy
- Biceps Repair
Our skilled physiotherapists are ready to be a part of your pre and post operative journey. Book in now for your initial consultation!
A referral is welcome but not required to see one of our physios.
If you are a WorkCover, Veterans Affairs or Medicare Chronic Disease Management (EPC) patient, you will need a referral.
If you have private health insurance which covers allied health then you will receive a rebate from your health fund.
We can claim your rebates on the spot for you through HICAPS. To do so, we will need to swipe your health insurance card, so be sure to bring this with you to every consultation.
We do not know how much your rebate will be since different funds can provide different rebates.
If you need to know what the rebate will be before your consultation, you will need to contact your Health Fund directly to find out from them.
Medicare does not offer rebates unless you have a Chronic Disease Management referral from your GP.