Remedial Massage Brisbane

Therapeutic Massage is now broadly accepted as an effective treatment of muscular, nerve, fascia and joint pain. Sports physios and doctors recognise the vital role of the massage practitioner in the treatment of soft tissue.

The function of muscles is to allow our skeleton to move. Healthy muscles shorten and lengthen to allow bones to move. Skeletal muscles work in pairs and an imbalance in any opposing muscles will place unnecessary stress on the joint. This will eventually manifest as pain and dysfunction. Release of soft tissue tension can reduce pain miraculously.

If soft tissue is the problem, then massage is a non-invasive form of therapy which can be used as a treatment modality.

“For more than thirty years I have been doing safe and effective massage, utilising various techniques, to treat areas of muscular and fascial tightness. I now work with a team of excellent therapists with whom I share my accumulated knowledge. If we consider remedial massage inappropriate for your problem, we will have no hesitation in referring you on to local doctors, podiatrists and physios whom we have found excellent in their particular field. We are also very happy to work with them to achieve the best results for you.” Victoria Gill

Massage Chair

The Massage Chair is a great quick and effective alternative to having a Remedial Massage. It is also helpful for a bit of relief in between your regular Massage Treatments.

The normal Massage Chair session runs for 15 minute and…

  • Plays a crucial role in alleviating back pain
  • Provides some measure of pain relief and relaxationmassage chair
  • Improves venous and lymphatic flow
  • Increases blood flow
  • Facilitates circulation
  • Facilitates absorption of nutritional elements into the muscles and tissues
  • Decreases tension and improves flexibility.
  • Helps loosen tight and strained muscles
  • Increases endorphin levels – proved to enhance general well-being
  • Produces both physical and psychological effects to help reduce common symptoms of back pain

Single session is $22 | Voucher of 3 is $49 | Gift Vouchers are also available

Victoria Gill AAMT | Reg. No. 12931

Specialises in clinical work: Shoulders, Elbows, Hands, Knees, Plantar Fasciitis, Headaches, all Back/Neck problems.

30 min $90.00 | 60 min $120.00

30 min $100.00 | 60 min $130.00

Private Health Rebates & HICAPs available

Petrina Oliver AAMT | Reg. No. 016675

Remedial Massage Therapy

60 min only $100.00

60 min only $110.00

Margy Jackson ANTA | Reg. No. 7912

Remedial Massage Therapy

60 min $100.00
30 min $80
60 min $110.00 
30 min $90

Some Private Health Rebates applicable through HICAPS & some through manual claiming.

Benefits of REMEDIAL Massage

Diabetes Educator

Anne-Marie Parisi | BPharm, Grad Cert DiabEdM, MBA, MAACP

Private Patients (Private Health Fund Rebates Available)
60 minute initial consultation – $100 | 30 minute review – $65

Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) Patients
60 minute initial consultation – $47.05 gap | 30 minute review – $12.05 gap

CONCESSION CARDS – BULD BILLED – 35 minute appointment
DVA GOLD CARD – BULK BILLED (with D904 referral) – 35 minute appointment
HOURS – available every second Monday 1-6pm

Accredited Practising Dietitian
Accredited Nutritionist

Loretta Howard | BHsc (Nutr & Diet)
Danielle Savic 

Private Patients (Private Health Fund Rebates Available)

         60 minute initial consultation – $100
         30 minute review – $55

Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) Patients

        60 minute initial consultation – $47.05 gap
        30 minute review – Bulk Billed


Lisa Johnson | M.Psych.Org; B.Phy.Sc(Hons)Couns. Complementary Medicine Practitioner (ATMS)

$130hr Introductory Special (July – September)
$80 – 1/2 hr
$150 – 1hr
$130 – 1hr Concession
$101.45 – DVA clients (total fees covered by DVA)
Minus rebate if eligible – (Medicare $84.40 – $52.95 or DVA free)

Wellbeing Workshops
$33 for two 1.5hr sessions
Minus rebate if eligible – Medicare $21.50 / Private Health
Psychological Wellbeing Group Sessions
$25 – $30 a session for 10 weeks
Minus rebate if eligible – Medicare $21.50 / Private Health


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