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We now have an onsite Osteopath, Chiropractor, Massage and Dietician available for consultations on a weekly basis.

All sessions will be claimable through hicaps allowing you to access any health fund or medicare benefits you may be entitled to.

Members will be able to benefit from generous discounts on services as part of this scheme. Over the coming months we will continue to add to our onsite allied health service to provide a convenient one stop health venue. We believe in a holistic approach to health and fitness, so we hope that many of you can take advantage of this great opportunity.

CALENDAR

Monday

Osteopath

Katherine Hamilton
Time: 3 – 6pm
Initial consultation: 50% off
Ongoing Consulation: $67.50
(Incl. 10% Discount for members treated at BlueFit)

Book an Initial Consultation Book an Ongoing Consultation

Members offer: 50% off initial consultation which includes diagnosis, assessment, treatment and exercise prescription. Valued at $100

Tuesday

Remedial Massage

Emily Giles
Time: 4 – 7pm
30 Minutes: $60
60 Minutes: $95

Book 30 Minutes: $55 Book 60 Minutes: $90

Members offer: 50% off first treatment (min 30mins)

Wednesday

Osteopath

Katherine Hamilton
Time: 3 – 7pm
Initial consultation: 50% off
Ongoing Consulation: $67.50
(Incl. 10% Discount for members treated at BlueFit)

Book an Initial Consultation Book an Ongoing Consultation

Members offer: 50% off initial consultation which includes diagnosis, assessment, treatment and exercise prescription. Valued at $100

Thursday 

Chiropractor

Ian Pau (Fortnightly)
Time:
3 – 6pm
Initial consultation: 50% off
Ongoing Consulation: $67.50
(Incl. 10% Discount for members treated at BlueFit)

Book an Initial  Consultation Book an Ongoing Consultation

Members offer: 50% off Initial consultation which includes diagnosis, assessment, treatment and exercise prescription. Valued at $100

Friday 

Dietician

Cinthya Wibisono
Time:
2 – 7pm

Dietetics Services
  • Nutrition Assessment
  • Customised nutrition advice
  • Meal Planning
Areas of Practice
  • General Healthy Eating
  • Weight Loss
  • Chronic disease management
  • Sports nutrition

The initial consultation will generally be comprised of 4 parts:

  1. Discussion
  2. Assessment
  3. Treatment
  4. Advice/referral

During the initial consultation the practitioner will ask questions about your current pain or issue as well as on current lifestyle. After the practitioner has gotten to know you better they will decide whether you are suitable to treat and how best to treat you. The assessment will involve many different movements and muscle testing to help us diagnose the primary problem. The best type of clothing to wear to carry out these assessments is usually shorts and for the ladies a sports bra/singlet.

Depending on your diagnosis and how you respond to treatment, we will either be able to give you a tailored treatment plan or, if necessary, referral to the correct specialist or for imaging.

The tailored treatment plan will depend on the individual, patient history and their response to the initial treatment. Along with advice exercise prescription, treatment will involve one or more of these modalities:

  • Soft tissue therapy
  • Joint manipulation/mobilisation
  • Dry Needling
  • Fascial releases
  • Stretching & Exercise rehabilitation.
  • Taping
On-going consultations will be shortened versions of the initial consultation, with reassessments and treatment changes throughout to make sure you’re staying on track.

ABOUT OUR ALLIED HEALTH TEAM:

Chiropractor: Ian Pau

Ian is a graduate from the Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University and completed his undergraduate studies in anatomy and physiology at the University of New South Wales. He is now furthering studies with a Masters of Sports Science in chiropractic.
Enjoying an active childhood, Ian has experienced the health benefits from an extensive and successful youth sporting career, however, like many others has suffered a fair share of varying injuries, most of which have been successfully treated and managed by a chiropractor. Through personally experiencing the positive effects of chiropractic on sporting injuries and the health improvements that accompanied the treatments, he has been inspired to pursue a career in the profession to help both children and adults enjoy and continue an active and well balanced lifestyle.
Ian believes that with the combination of good scientific knowledge and a diverse range of manual adjustment and soft tissue techniques he is well equipped to meet the challenges of each patient.


Osteopath: Katherine Hamilton

Kathrine is a structural based Osteopath, meaning she massages, stretches muscles, adjusts joints as well as other physical techniques.  With an overall goal of helping people improving their health for the long term she enjoys educating patients on how to avoid future injuries as well as helping with the symptoms they present with.Kathreine has a Masters of Osteopathy and is qualified in GEMt Trigger Point Dry Needling.


Massage Therapist: Emily Giles

Emily first saw the benefit of Remedial Massage while working as an electrician. The treatments and results had such a profound impact that she changed careers and has now been working as a Remedial Massage Therapist for 4 years, completing her Diploma of Remedial Massage at Meadowbank TAFE in June of 2014.
Emily leads an active lifestyle, enjoying running, swimming, cycling, rowing, yoga and bodyweight training, so she understands how important treating and preventing injuries is for her clients.
Her treatments are tailored to relieve pain, correct muscle imbalance, improve blood flow, aid digestion and promote relaxation. To do this she utilises techniques such as Myofascial release, trigger points, deep tissue, lymphatic drainage and assisted/resisted stretches. She also holds a certificate in Pregnancy Massage.
She aims not only to improve function and quality of life for her clients, but also to educate them on posture and body mechanics so unnecessary stresses on the musculoskeletal system are minimized.
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Nutrition: Cinthya Wibisono

Cinthya is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics (Honours) from the University of Wollongong.  Cinthya’s PhD investigated the impact of food choice on diet quality during weight loss.

As an APD, Cinthya has provided nutrition consultancy services across a variety of settings, including private practice, corporate and community. She has worked with a diverse range of patients, and her areas of practice include providing nutrition interventions for general healthy eating, weight loss, chronic disease management and sports nutrition.  Cinthya also has experience in conducting group-based nutrition seminars and cooking demonstrations.

Cinthya is committed to providing education about how food choices and habits influence health, performance and wellbeing, offer practical nutrition advice, and to help clients understand the complexities underlying nutrition science. As an avid foodie, Cinthya is also enthusiastic about integrating her culinary knowledge into the advice she provides her clients.

Cinthya is a committee member in the Dietitian’s Association of Australia (DAA) NSW Executive Development Committee, a provisional member of the Sports Dietitians of Australia (SDA) and a member of the Nutrition Society of Australia (NSA).  Cinthya also holds a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), with over 10 years of professional experience in various Marketing roles.