Remedial Massage Therapy Services

Community Therapy provides mobile Remedial Massage Therapy services to older adults, people living with disabilities and people recovering from surgery/hospitalisation in the comfort of their home. We partner with home care providers and accept private referrals.

As a company, we are certified by SAI Global which allows the community to have confidence in our systems of quality improvement and clinical governance.

Community Therapy’s Remedial Massage Therapy services are mobile and available throughout Lake Macquarie, Newcastle, Maitland, Hunter, Port Stephens & Central Coast.

Mobile Massage Services

What Our Massage Therapists Do

Community Therapy’s Remedial Massage Therapist’s are registered with the Australasian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) and are passionate about their role in healthcare.

Our clinicians hold their own public and professional indemnity insurance, possess current criminal record checks and working with children checks.

Our Remedial Massage Therapist’s work with clients to provide evidence-based remedial therapy aimed at pain and symptom management to help improve people’s quality of life and manage their healthcare conditions.

Who We Work With

At Community Therapy our Remedial Massage Therapist’s work primarily with aged care clients and those living with disabilities. We are a mobile service that can visit all types of properties and living arrangements including group homes.

Our Remedial Massage team work closely with other allied health professionals. We know what works for one person may be different to what works for another, and we work with you at an individual level to understand what works best for you.

Massage Therapist Outcome Measures

The quality of our service is typically managed by self-reported pain measures from our clients.

This is because most people engage in massage therapy to assist with pain management so we like to know if our service is actually helping decrease or manage their pain.

Our massage therapists also work collaboratively with our Allied Health professionals, such as our Physiotherapists, to determine any other areas that we can assist people with.

Remedial Massage FAQ

  • What does a Massage Therapist do?

    A massage therapist assists people to decrease and manage their pain, reduce stress and improve overall wellness.

    A massage therapist uses manual therapy techniques to work on people’s soft tissue, such as their muscles and skin.

  • Is it important that my Massage Therapist is accredited?

    Yes, this means that they have undergone the appropriate type of training, are insured and will continue to train and improve their skills over their career.

  • How do I pay for services?

    Our services are able to be paid:

    • By a home care package
    • Privately with private health insurance rebates

    To access private health insurance rebates, you will need to check with your insurer if ATMS registered Massage Therapists are covered. ATMS maintains a list of private healthh insurers on their website for your reference as well –

  • How do I prepare for my Massage Therapist appointment?

    It is important to:

    • Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing
    • Have a safe working area in your home which is free from clutter, hazards, pets and other people
    • Advise your massage therapist if have any skin or perfume allergies or preferences
    • Advise your massage therapist if you have any religious or cultural needs or preferences for us to respect
  • Do you bring a plinth or table to the appointment?

    Yes, our massage therapists are equipped with mobile plinths/tables.

Massage Therapist performing lower limb massage

Close-up of a hand massage