Remedial Massage is Back!

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Remedial Massage is back at The Osteo Collective! After a short break, Elissa Semmens is treating at the clinic. 

And to add even more excitement, she has a special offer for you all!

Until the end of May, she will be offering 60 minute massages for $60 (save $35) and 30 minute massages for $35 (save $30). 

Make sure to book your appointments ASAP before they book out!

 

Why did Elissa Stop treating?

Due to the uncertainty regarding social distancing requirements, Elissa was advised by her professional association that remedial massage services should cease. As you can imagine, as regulations changed quickly, it was difficult to keep up and to fully comprehend the implications.

What has changed?

Elissa’s professional association has received clarification of the regulations from the Victorian State Government, which have meant that remedial massage in an Allied Health Clinic is permitted. It has in fact always been permitted.

Precautions

As with Osteopathy appointments, we have introduced extra time in between patients to ensure adequate time for thorough cleaning of the treatment table and all other surfaces throughout the clinic. You can view our hygiene policy here. You can also read more about our most recent COVID-19 specific policy here.

April/May 2020 Massage Deal Terms & Conditions

  • All 30 minute and 60 minute massages booked to occur until 31/5/2020 are eligible for the reduced price. Not just your first massage during that time!
  • Massage must be booked to occur prior to 31/5/2020.
  • Offer not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
  • Private health rebates can also be claimed on these treatments.

Written By Scott Toniazzo

April 24, 2020

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