Frequently Asked Questions

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Physiotherapists are primary health providers and referral letters are not required to make appointments. However, if your GP or specialist has provided you a referral letter please forward a copy or bring it with you to your appointment.

After a discussion with your physiotherapist about your condition, an assessment of the area may be required.

An assessment can be internal (either vaginal or rectal), external (through clothing if desired) or via ultrasound and the choice is yours.

Treatment may involve education, products, exercises and modifications to your daily activities to help you achieve your goals. 

Send a message using the contact form below or email us  with your availability and we will endeavour to find a time that suits.

If you have extras cover with your Private Health Insurance, you will likely receive a rebate on your physiotherapy treatment. The rebate you receive is dependent on your insurer and level of cover. Contact your insurer to confirm any rebates.

Treatments will need to be paid for in full at the conclusion of your appointment. Most Private Health Insurers have apps available through which you can easily claim your rebates.

For people with chronic conditions, Medicare offers a rebates as part of their Chronic Disease Management (CDM) scheme that entitles eligible patients up to five subsidised allied health professional appointments per year.

Previously known as Enhanced Primary Care (EPC), CDM appointments require a referral from your GP as part of a GP Management Plan (GPMP) and Team Care Arrangement (TCA).

Please discuss your condition and eligibility with your GP as GPMPs and TCAs can take some time to prepare.

Prior to any rebates, our fees are:

  • Initial Appointment (approx 60min): $240
  • Review Appointment (approx 30min): $140
  • Mastitis Initial or Review (approx 30min): $140

Discounts apply to the holders of Commonwealth Health Care and Pension Concession Cards

Accounts are to be paid in full at the time of consultation. Payments can be made by cash, debit or credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express)

Who is Bayside Pelvic Health

Bayside Pelvic Health works with people to overcome pelvic issues that are bothering them or preventing them participating in life activities. We will develop personalised treatment plans at any stage of life and have the expertise in pregnancy and post-natal exercise along with navigating the menopausal stages.

Bayside Pelvic Health works across all ages and abilities, whether it be from starting exercise right through to training for a marathon (if that’s what you want). We will take the time to gain a thorough history of your condition, discuss goal setting and perform an examination with your consent. We will assess your muscle function and work with you to create a treatment and exercise plan that is right for you and your condition.

Vanessa Wilmot


Vanessa has been working in pelvic health physiotherapy for over 10 years. She has completed post graduate training in continence and pelvic floor physiotherapy. She is the Chair of the Victorian Branch of the APA Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Group.
Being an avid runner herself, Vanessa has a special interest in strength and running fitness, and helping people achieve overall wellness for themselves is her passion.

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For enquiries, urgent mastitis appointments or if you can't find an appointment that suits, please call 0422464432 and we'll endeavour to help.

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