Do you provide services to Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) patients?

Yes, at Sydney Women’s Physiotherapy/Pelvic Connections we provide services to all DVA patients with a Gold Card (For All Conditions) or a White Card (For Specific Conditions related to injury). To utilise our services, you will require a referral from your doctor. You do not need to pay for your consultation under the DVA scheme as our team will claim your consultation directly with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

What concerns do we treat?

At Pelvic Connections, we have a special interest in pelvic health while also continuing to treat general physiotherapy conditions such
as the neck, thoracic, back, hips, upper and lower limbs.

Many of our patients with lifelong disabilities such as Spinal Cord Injuries may have pelvic health concerns (sexual, continence, pelvic
pain). Our physiotherapists can assist in improving pelvic and mobility function.

What can I expect at my initial physiotherapy appointment as a DVA patient?

Your physiotherapist will provide you with a detailed initial assessment. With the findings of the assessment, eligibility under DVA care will be determined. If eligible, a treatment plan will be created in collaboration with yourself to work towards achieving your goals.

How do I book an appointment with one of your physiotherapists as a DVA patient and what do I bring to the initial appointment?

To start your physiotherapy journey at Pelvic Connections, you can book in to see our team via the following ways:

At your initial appointment, we please ask that you bring your referral addressed to our clinic “Sydney Women’s Physiotherapy” or “Pelvic Connections” and that you have your DVA Gold or White Card on hand.

The Physiotherapists Treating DVA Clients