We provide individual and group physiotherapy services in a friendly quiet clinic. Mobile services are available.
We also offer clinical special interest courses and courses for people and organisations interested in developing their wellbeing
Health for Keeps wishes all its clients a safe and peaceful Christmas and a happy, healthy 2024! The clinic will close for Christmas on Friday 22nd December to Wednesday 27th December. Emergency appointments will be available on Thursday 28th December and the clinic will close again on Friday 28th December, reopening on Wednesday 3rd January 2024. Health for Keeps clinic hours for 2024 are Monday 12-4pm , Wednesday 9.30am to 1.30pm and Thursday 12 to 6pm.
Established in 2019 by experienced physiotherapist Carrie Taylor, Health for Keeps (formerly 146PHYSIO) provides physiotherapy services both in a quiet clinic in Marino, South Australia and as a mobile service within 30 minutes drive of Marino. Health for Keeps also offers health related courses.
Carrie qualified in 2008 with BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy and has a Masters Degree by Research (2022) from the University of South Australia, investigating pain and function after Total Knee Replacement for Osteoarthritis.
Physiotherapy is regulated and evidence based, helping people to manage and treat painful conditions, improve movement and mobility and address functional health problems.
Physiotherapy can be helpful for:
Back, neck and headache pain.
Knee, Hip and Foot pain.
Pain after joint replacement or other surgery.
Chronic painful conditions such as Osteoarthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease
Other conditions where movement is difficult or painful, such as sports injuries.
Health for Keeps is an inclusive practice and works with people of all ages including neurodivergent people, those with learning disability, people with chornic pain and those with connective tissue or mobility issues such as Hypermobility/Ehlers Danlos syndrome.
Health for Keeps is a Neurodiversity Affirming Business and is accredited under the Autism SA Autism Friendly business scheme.
Physiotherapy helps to restore, maintain, and make the most of a patient's mobility, function, and well-being. At Health for Keeps different treatment methods can be used. Each person is individually assessed. Client and physiotherapist work collaboratively to determine the treatment plan that best suits each person. Treatments may include:
Advice and education about the condition
Mindful movement and;
This outlines our fees and charges. If you have any other questions please contact Health for Keeps
Travel to your home or office is available. Please ask for an individual quote.
Card payments are preferred.
All private health funds are accepted and can be claimed on the day of treatment using HICAPS. Just bring your health fund card with you.
Fees are reviewed yearly on 1st July.
Health for Keeps welcomes National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) clients who are Plan Managed or Self-Managed.
The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) outlines the maximum fees that service providers are permitted to charge.
Health for Keeps works with individual clients, their support co-ordinators and advocates to ensure that physiotherapy treatment can be managed within your budget to meet your own specific goals.
Please contact Health for Keeps to discuss your treatment needs.
Health for Keeps offers physiotherapy services to Medicare, Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) and Return to Work SA clients.
Medicare, Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) and Return to Work SA clients.
Health for Keeps offers bulk-billing to Medicare clients who have a concession card. A gap fee of $12 is charged directly to all other Medicare (Care plan) clients.
All clients should be aware that they are responsible for full private fees if they do not have entitlement to Medicare, DVA or Return to Work SA funding (if the organisation fails to pay the service fee).
Please contact Health for Keeps to discuss your individual circumstances.
Here's what some of our clients have to say about Carrie
Caroline (Carrie) Taylor has been my physiotherapist for the past four years. Her friendly manner always makes me feel at ease during treatments. I appreciate her ability to explain each procedure and the prescribed exercises in a way which is easy to understand. Most of all, I value her professionalism and her warm personality, which gives me confidence in her as my chosen health practitioner.
Carrie is extremely professional and provides an excellent client focused service. She is respectful, considerate and kind. She listens and goes out of her way to accommodate individual needs or circumstances.
Carrie … looks into the what’s happening, why and how ….. She is understanding…for me to easily communicate and I feel safe and trust her.
Carrie has taken the time to really get to know me and is very adaptable to my fluctuating capacity… she is kind, compassionate, truly cares.