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[NSW] 60-minute Remedial Massage and Chiro Consultation Package $19 @ Spinal Correction Australia via Scoopon

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"Massage component can only be redeemed after other services have been conducted"

This seems like a pretty good deal!?

$19 - 1 person
$35 - 2 people
$49 - 3 people
$59 - 4 people

I got the 2 person one for $35.

Locations
Bondi Junction, Liverpool, Pennant Hills and Kirrawee

About the Experience
Treat your back to a remedial massage to find and ease tough spots, knots, tension and discomfort! Begin with a consultation to determine where you need treatment, undergo posture scans and an x-ray if required, and let the pros do their work!

What's Included
* Initial chiropractic assessment and consultation
* Full spine postural X-ray (NB: Patients must have a valid Medicare card or a cost of $150 will apply to cover x-rays, if required)
* 60-minute remedial massage
* Valid for one, two, three or four people

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closed Comments

  • Op perhaps mention this is for Sydney?

  • Locations: Bondi Junction, Liverpool, Pennant Hills and Kirrawee

  • Go in for the 60min massage and decline everything else. Cheaper than the shopping centres for massages

  • Is it that cheap cause they require people to have the X-Ray with the medicare card or $150 to cover the cost?…

    "Patients must have a valid Medicare card or a cost of $150 will apply to cover x-rays, if required."

    • I was curious at the cost of X-rays and tried to google the cost. However I found this from the department of health http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Conten...

      Reducing unnecessary spinal x-rays
      The Australian Government is making changes to Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) funded spinal X-rays and who can request them, following recommendations from the MBS Review Taskforce.

      What are the changes?
      To ensure whole spine X-rays are being used appropriately and safely, the Government is removing the ability of chiropractors to request whole spine X-rays.

      These changes will commence on 1 November 2017

      Why are these changes being made?
      Evidence indicates that routine imaging of the lower back by whole spine X-rays (three and four regions) is not associated with clinical benefit and can lead to unnecessary doses of radiation. Most presentations of low back pain do not require diagnostic imaging as the result of any imaging is unlikely to change clinical management.

      In 2014–15, approximately 130,000 three region X-rays were performed, with the majority requested by chiropractors.

      The MBS Review Taskforce recommended removing the ability of all allied health practitioners from requesting three and four field back X-rays. The Government has decided to remove the ability of chiropractors to request these X-rays, as chiropractors order the majority of these services. The Taskforce will continue to monitor the requesting of whole spine X-rays.

      What does this mean for providers?
      Chiropractors will not be able to request MBS-funded three and four region spinal X-rays. They will still be able to request one and two region spinal X-rays when it is appropriate to do so.

      So if you aren't in pain, there's very little reason to give yourself a dose of radiation

  • $19 is good for a massage. Don’t forget that the chiro part is witchdocter stuff tho’. :-)

  • Be careful with free spinal correction, they try to do a lot of x-ray and get government fund

  • This seems way too cheap… $19 for a 1hr massage?

    • They use the massage to bait you/excuse to cash in on X-rays + scare you into chiro sessions.

  • Hey OP

    Can you add "Massage component can only be redeemed after other services have been conducted" to the post.

    This doesn't sound like such a great deal for people that aren't interested in the x-ray and chiro, and this should be made clear to avoid any possible dramas.

  • Just wondering if anyone who has used this can provide some feedback on the experience? Cheers