REVIVER is a new exercise therapy supporting people with Neuromuscular Conditions

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Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA)

Fee assistance can be obtained from The Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) for all health services necessary to meet a clinical need for Gold Card holders. 

 

This assistance is provided under the following acts:

 

  • Veterans' Entitlements Act 1986 (VEA)

  • Safety Rehabilitation and Compensation (Defence-related Claims) Act 1988 (DRCA)

  • Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2004 (MRCA).

 

For White Card holders, DVA will fund those services required for their accepted conditions.

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How does Isodynamic Reviver qualify?
 

Isodynamics Reviver qualifies as a service under the Exercise Physiology services that include the delivery of clinical exercise interventions to manage chronic disease and the provision of post-acute exercise rehabilitation for people recovering from major injury or illness. Exercise physiology contributes to the management of:

  • diabetes

  • cardiovascular disease

  • osteoporosis

  • arthritis

  • cancer, and

  • muscular conditions of a chronic nature.
     

How do I get access to Isodynamics Reviver?

You must be referred to an exercise physiologist who is able to provide services under the Medicare Benefits Scheme (MBS). A referral can be issued by a:

  • Local Medical Officer (LMO)

  • General Practitioner (GP)

  • Medical Specialist

  • Treating Doctor in Hospital

  • Hospital Discharge Planner, or

  • Exercise Physiologist with a current referral.

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Book a Consultation


Contact us to have a confidential discussion about your needs. We can review your situation and see how a REVIVER program by Isodynamics might help you reduce pain and increase mobility so you can have a better quality of life despite your neuromuscular disease. 


Call 02 9524 2188 or click the button below to complete an enquiry form and a consultant will call you back. 

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