COVID-19 Update

BodyMotion Physiotherapy is a provider that treats clients suffering from a number of discomforts.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update


Please note that you are required to wear a face mask at our practice for your appointment unless you have a lawful exemption.

During lockdowns, Physiotherapy has been deemed to be an essential health service so BodyMotion Physiotherapy remains open. However, additional guidelines have been put in place by DHHS in regards to clarifying how urgent treatment is. This is aimed to reduce travel within the community and ultimately stop the spread of COVID-19.

When you arrive at our practice for face to face appointments you will be required to sign the the following declaration before your treatment:


PLEASE NOTE: If you can’t see the appointment time you need & you would like to go on our wait list, please call the practice on (03) 9873 3333.

PLEASE ALSO NOTE: Unfortunately some myotherapy and ALL remedial massage appointments are not available during lockdowns.

Please don’t book an appointment if you have:

Please note: Although it is unlikely you have contracted COVID-19, we have high-risk patients visiting our practice. Depending on your circumstances, you may like to consider booking in for a TeleHealth phone consultation (physiotherapy sessions only).

BodyMotion COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

COVID-19 Virus has now been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO). We have been advised to be informed and aware, but not alarmed.

Physiotherapy, massage and myotherapy treatments at BodyMotion will continue, but we please please ask that you reschedule if you are displaying any flu like symptoms and if you have traveled from overseas in the past 14 days. You may like to consider booking an online TeleHealth session as well.

At BodyMotion, we treat quite a number of elderly patients and patients with chronic health conditions so we have a duty of care to protect both our clients and staff.

The symptoms of coronavirus, are reported to take as long as 14 days to develop and can include cold/flu like symptoms, particularly a bad fever followed by a dry cough, sore throat, headache and difficulty breathing.

What You Can Do

What We Are Doing

You can be assured that all possible precautions are being taken at BodyMotion. We have very strict infection control guidelines we must follow under normal conditions, but we are taking extra steps to be as diligent as possible.

Some of the additional steps we are taking include:

We are determined to maintain the highest levels of safely for our patients and the team at BodyMotion.

If you would like more information, please contact us at any time by sending us an email: or calling us on (03) 9873 3333.

For more information about the virus there is a 24hr hotline that has been set up by the Department of Health ph: 1800 020 080.