How we can help

To be eligible

Clients need to be aged over 18 and be diagnosed with one or more of the following:

  • Osteoporosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Back or neck pain
  • Post joint replacement

What you can expect

  1. Individual assessment with a physiotherapist and/or dietitian
    Our physiotherapists and dietitians will help to identify health needs and develop treatment plans. They can also provide lifestyle advice on diet and exercise.
  2. Free five-week lifestyle education program
    Our free five-week Health and Wellness Program is run by dietitians and diabetes educators. The group program covers protecting your heart, healthy eating, weight management, goal-setting and exercise advice. Find out more here.
  3. Offer to join low-cost Strength to Strength exercise program
    Strength to Strength is a circuit-based exercise program led by one of our physiotherapists, offering affordable strength training with a musculoskeletal specialist. Clients will be assessed by a physiotherapist before joining the program. The sessions have a maximum of five participants per group. Find out more here.

Please note: We offer clinic appointments in Osborne Park and Midland.

How to access it

  • Referrals are accepted from GPs. Referral forms can be downloaded in PDF or Best Practice format here.
  • All referrals must be accompanied by a Referral Form for Individual Allied Health Services under Medicare for patients with a chronic medical condition and complex care needs

Program costs

  • Clients who are Medicare funded will not be required to pay a gap fee
  • Non-Medicare funded clients will be charged a fee of $65 per consultation. Clients with private health cover may be eligible for a rebate

For people who have a chronic musculoskeletal condition such as osteoporosis, osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis we’re here to help.

Contact information:

Phone: 1300 820 398  (option 1 and 3). 
Fax: (08) 9201 0033


The Healthy Lifestyle Program is provided by Black Swan Health in partnership with the State Government through the Department of Health WA.

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