Nillumbik Osteopathic Health Centre is conveniently located on Luck St, Eltham (near Main Rd). There is ample parking available, with a private car park behind our premises for patients only. There is also a large shopping centre car park directly opposite our clinic and street parking. We’re a short 5-10 minute walk from Eltham train station and bus stops.
You can find us at 13 Luck Street, Eltham, VIC 3095
Phone: 9431 3352 Fax: 9431 3372
Monday 9am – 6pm
Tuesday 9am – 7.30pm
Wednesday 8am – 7.30pm
Thursday 9am – 6pm
Friday 9am – 6pm
Saturday 8.30am – 12.30pm
The clinic is affiliated with Dynamic Health Osteopathy in Greensborough, offering an alternative location and opening hours for your convenience.
You can find Dynamic Health Osteopathy at
13 Eldale Avenue, Greensborough, VIC 3088
Phone: 9439 5342 Fax: 9431 3372
We require 24 hours notice for all appointment cancellations. A $50 late cancellation fee may be charged if an appointment is broken or cancelled within less than 24 hours.
Initial Consultation $120
Subsequent Consultation $85
Initial Consultation $110
Subsequent Consultation $80
Payment is required at the time of appointment and can be made by cash, cheque, EFTPOS, Visa and MasterCard.
All private health funds recognise osteopathy and will reimburse all or part of the cost involved if it is part of your specific cover. Check with your fund to confirm your level of cover before you start your treatment.
Osteopathic treatment is not covered by Medicare unless you are eligible for the Chronic Disease Management Plan (CDMP) as determined by your GP.
Our clinic works with WorkSafe, TAC and Vets Affairs.
When you attend your initial consultation you will need to bring:
- A referral from your GP, detailing the injury date and site(s) (ie: only if you require an initial Certificate of Capacity);
- A letter from your insurance company, stating that your claim has been accepted; and
- Your claim number and the address of the insurance company (this may be listed in the letter above)
The clinic does not bill the insurer. Payment is required by the patient at the time of consultation. The patient then makes their claim directly from WorkSafe or TAC. On cancellation or withdrawal by the insurer, any outstanding fees are the direct responsibility of the patient.
For Veteran Affairs patients: payment is not required at the time of consultation, as the Clinic sends accounts directly to Veteran Affairs for processing.
DVA (Dept. Veterans Affairs) patients do need a GP referral to commence osteopathic treatment. Once eligibility is confirmed, the clinic can directly bill the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The initial capacity certificate for WorkSafe and TAC must be issued by a GP, but subsequent certificates can be issued by our osteopaths.
“The provision of safe quality osteopathic care is our principal concern. It requires a good osteopath–patient relationship, with trust and confidentiality. Your osteopath regards your health information as confidential and will only collect this information with your consent.”