Our Services

At HealthLinks Gippsland, we aim to bring together various healthcare services within the one clinic. In this way we can offer you a central point for all of your allied health needs

This makes it easier for you to access the health services that you require and ensures that you recieve a multidisciplinary approach to your healthcare. Our team of healthcare professionals offer collaborative care – supporting you together!

All Clinics

Osteopathy is a system of health care that focuses on the treatment of the physical body. Osteopaths treat the patient as a whole, instead of focussing on the single point of pain.

Female physiotherapist treating middle aged woman for shoulder pain

Physiotherapy

Sale Clinic

Physiotherapists help you recover from injury, reduce pain and stiffness, increase mobility and prevent further injury.

speech pathologist teaching a little boy an S sound

Speech Pathology

All Clinics excluding Yarram & Trafalgar

Speech pathologists diagnose and treat communication disorders. They are also able to help with swallowing and feeding issues across the lifespan, as well as provide literacy intervention.

Pelvic Floor Therapy

Sale, Traralgon & Trafalgar Clinics

This branch of manual therapy specifically focuses on Men’s and Women’s pelvic health concerns, such as incontinence, prolapse, constipation and more.

pelvic health educator demonstratic pelvic anatomy on a model

Traralgon & Trafalgar Clinics

We have received government funding to provide exercise classes and treatment to Latrobe City & Baw Baw Shire residents aged 65 years and over* for free!

group exercise mat pilates class

Exercise Classes

Traralgon & Trafalgar Clinics

Our small group classes have a maximum of six people per class with a focus on building strength and mobility utilising various equipment.

patient and counsellor taking notes in psychotherapy session

Counselling

Sale Clinic

Counselling provides a great opportunity to access support through talk therapy and other techniques to help assist with improving thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

Remedial Massage

Sale Clinic

Remedial massage can help treat different problems caused by your muscles and other soft tissues.

Bowen Therapy

Sale Clinic

Bowen Therapy is a gentle hands on hands off approach body treatment, in which small but precise moves are performed on different areas of the body.

practitioner performing dry needling on a patient

Dry Needling

All Clinics excluding Yarram & Orbost

Some of our health practitioners are qualified in Dry Needling. This is just one tool that can be used to treat muscular pain and tightness.

practitioner applying myofascial cupping to patient's back

Myofascial Cupping

Sale, Traralgon & Bairnsdale Clinics

Cupping is another specialised skill that can be used to help relieve tension through the outside layer of connective tissue surrounding the muscles, called fascia.

ProKinetic Insoles

All Clinics excluding Yarram & Trafalgar

Our trained practitioners can fit you for ProKinetic insoles to help take excessive pressure of the feet, build up muscle strength and help to correct posture.

pair of prokinetic insoles for postural control

Kinesiology Taping

All Clinics

Kinesiology Tape is a specialised tape that is designed to mimic your skin. It is a stretchy tape that is used to decompress the tissues in order to improve circulation and aid in healing.

man that has had kinesiology tape applied to left shoulder

Osteopathy

All Clinics

Osteopathy is a system of health care that focuses on the treatment of the physical body. Osteopaths treat the patient as a whole, instead of focussing on the single point of pain.

Young girl having and osteopathic assessment
Female physiotherapist treating middle aged woman for shoulder pain

Physiotherapy

Sale Clinic

Physiotherapists help you recover from injury, reduce pain and stiffness, increase mobility and prevent further injury.

Speech Pathology

All Clinics excluding Yarram & Trafalgar

Speech pathologists diagnose and treat communication disorders. They are also able to help with swallowing and feeding issues across the lifespan, as well as provide literacy intervention.

speech pathologist teaching a little boy an S sound
pelvic health educator demonstratic pelvic anatomy on a model

Pelvic Floor Therapy

Sale, Traralgon & Trafalgar Clinics

This branch of manual therapy specifically focuses on Men’s and Women’s pelvic health concerns, such as incontinence, prolapse, constipation and more.

Traralgon & Trafalgar Clinics

We have received government funding to provide exercise classes and treatment to Latrobe City residents aged 65 years and over* for free!

group exercise mat pilates class

Exercise Classes

Traralgon & Trafalgar Clinics

Our small group classes have a maximum of six people per class with a focus on building strength and mobility utilising various equipment.

Counselling

Sale Clinic

Counselling provides a great opportunity to access support through talk therapy and other techniques to help assist with improving thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

patient and counsellor taking notes in psychotherapy session

Remedial Massage

Sale Clinic

Remedial massage can help treat different problems caused by your muscles and other soft tissues.

Bowen Therapy

Sale Clinic

Bowen Therapy is a gentle hands on hands off approach body treatment, in which small but precise moves are performed on different areas of the body.

practitioner performing dry needling on a patient

Dry Needling

All Clinics excluding Yarram & Orbost

Some of our health practitioners are qualified in Dry Needling. This is just one tool that can be used to treat muscular pain and tightness.

Myofascial Cupping

Sale, Traralgon & Bairnsdale Clinics

Cupping is another specialised skill that can be used to help relieve tension through the outside layer of connective tissue surrounding the muscles, called fascia.

practitioner applying myofascial cupping to patient's back
pair of prokinetic insoles for postural control

ProKinetic Insoles

Sale, Bairnsdale & Orbost Clinics

Our trained practitioners can fit you for ProKinetic insoles to help take excessive pressure of the feet, build up muscle strength and help to correct posture.

Kinesiology Taping

All Clinics

Kinesiology Tape is a specialised tape that is designed to mimic your skin. It is a stretchy tape that is used to decompress the tissues in order to improve circulation and aid in healing.

man that has had kinesiology tape applied to left shoulder

FAQs

Your practitioner will take a comprehensive medical history, perform a thorough assessment, explain a detailed diagnosis & prognosis and will design a recommended treatment plan tailored to your individual needs, which will likely include treatment.

This will take up to to an hour on your first consultation, with subsequent consultations being 20-30 minutes long.

At your first session, your treating practitioner will ask questions about your symptoms/problems and how long you have had them. You may also be asked about your medical history and other lifestyle factors, and your practitioner will discuss your treatment goals and outcomes with you.

As a general rule of thumb, for every month you have suffered a condition, it might take one week to recover. Depending on your individual situation, you may see changes in your symptoms after one or two sessions. However, long-term chronic conditions may require a longer or more frequent course of treatment.

The friendly team at Healthlinks Gippsland is happy to discuss any concerns you may have; just ask.

Yes – We may also be able to send accounts directly to these organisations.

For our Workcover and some other third party patients you may be required to pay a gap payment on the day.

Our TAC patients who have reached their required limit can now get their full fee covered. Contact our clinic for further information.

Please bring any reports, scans, x-rays etc that you may have. This will help your osteopath form a complete picture of your condition, and prepare the best treatment plan possible.

It is important that you feel comfortable during treatment, so loose-fitting clothing is a good idea. Your osteopath may also ask you to remove some clothing items, depending on which area needs to be treated.

No – As our team are primary healthcare practitioners, you can make an appointment directly. Although many patients are referred to our allied health practitioners by doctors and other health professionals, you do not need a referral from your GP.

Your GP may refer you to one of our allied health professionals under a part-funded Medicare chronic disease management plan. Please ask your GP or our team at HealthLinks Gippsland for further details.

Yes – If you have Extras cover. The rebate amount will depend on your individual health insurance fund.

We offer onsite claiming through Tyro, you will just need to have your physical halth insurance card with you at your appointment to claim.

Your practitioner will take a comprehensive medical history, perform a thorough assessment, explain a detailed diagnosis & prognosis and will design a recommended treatment plan tailored to your individual needs, which will likely include treatment.

This will take up to to an hour on your first consultation, with subsequent consultations being 20-30 minutes long.

At your first session, your treating practitioner will ask questions about your symptoms/problems and how long you have had them. You may also be asked about your medical history and other lifestyle factors, and your practitioner will discuss your treatment goals and outcomes with you.

As a general rule of thumb, for every month you have suffered a condition, it might take one week to recover. Depending on your individual situation, you may see changes in your symptoms after one or two sessions. However, long-term chronic conditions may require a longer or more frequent course of treatment.

The friendly team at Healthlinks Gippsland is happy to discuss any concerns you may have; just ask.

Please bring any reports, scans, x-rays etc that you may have. This will help your osteopath form a complete picture of your condition, and prepare the best treatment plan possible.

It is important that you feel comfortable during treatment, so loose-fitting clothing is a good idea. Your osteopath may also ask you to remove some clothing items, depending on which area needs to be treated.

No – As our team are primary healthcare practitioners, you can make an appointment directly. Although many patients are referred to our allied health practitioners by doctors and other health professionals, you do not need a referral from your GP.

Your GP may refer you to one of our allied health professionals under a part-funded Medicare chronic disease management plan. Please ask your GP or our team at HealthLinks Gippsland for further details.

Yes – We may also be able to send accounts directly to these organisations.

For our Workcover and some other third party patients you may be required to pay a gap payment on the day.

Our TAC patients who have reached their required limit can now get their full fee covered. Contact our clinic for further information.

Yes – If you have Extras cover. The rebate amount will depend on your individual health insurance fund.

We offer onsite claiming through Tyro, you will just need to have your physical halth insurance card with you at your appointment to claim.

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