Health Fund Rebates

Health Fund Rebate for FitRight HQ Physiotherapy Appointments

All physiotherapy consultations at FitRight HQ are eligible for private health rebates. The amount that you get back will depend on your level of cover, and how much you have already used. It is best to check with your health insurance provider for more information.

These are the Physiotherapy codes which are commonly used:

  • 500 – all initial consultations (women’s health, musculoskeletal, clinical exercise and breast initial appointments and FitRight Assessments)

  • 505 – follow up consultations (women’s health, musculoskeletal and breast follow up appointments)

  • 505 – clinical exercise sessions (individual, duet and semi private classes)

  • 811 – initial telehealth consultations

  • 812 – follow up telehealth consultations

At FitRight HQ we have a hicaps machine so that you can instantly claim your rebate and just pay the gap, so please bring your private health fund card (or digital card) along to your appointment

Health Fund Rebate for FitRight Group Fitness Classes

If you have private health insurance, it is highly likely that you will receive a rebate for FitRight group exercise classes as all of our classes are delivered by qualified physiotherapists. The amount that you get back will depend on your level of cover, and how much you have already used, so you should check your individual circumstances with your health insurance provider.

All classes use the code 561.

Please note that the code 595 (Antenatal exercise) can also be used for Bump&Me Studio and Aqua classes and code 596 (Postnatal exercise) can also be used for Baby&Me classes. If you would like your receipt changed to these codes please contact us.

Receipts for private health rebates are sent via email at the end of each 8 week course. We cannot provide a claimable receipt for classes that have not been attended.

Please note that online classes and class recordings are not able to be claimed through private health insurance.


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