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Contact your Plan Manager and inform them you require Chiropractic care. 

If you are Self-Managed you can schedule an appointment direct and our administration team and chiropractors can assist you direct. 

Click here to book an appointment 

Chiropractic care.


Your plan manager can Contact us and we will advice them how you can access NDIS and Chiropractic. 

Together we can work on developing a written plan including goals of the therapy and treatment

Step 4: schedule an appointment

Make an appointment at one of our 50+ clinics – call (03) 8330 6064 or BOOK ONLINE HERE


When booking, mention you are NDIS plan-managed or selfmanaged so we can allocate the appropriate time and resources for your appointment.


If plan-managed, it is important our administrative team liases with your plan manager before your initial appointment to arrange details.This will avoid
all out-of-pocket costs

If needed, ask them to contact us on (03) 8330 6064  or email info@wellbeing365.com.au 

Wellbeing Chiropractor’s use a holistic approach when treating patients. When necessary our chiropractors will primarily use manual adjustments. Our Chiros also use a range of other modern and traditional techniques including spinal decompression, activator, exercise advice, orthotic prescription, lifestyle coaching and home & workplace ergonomic assessments. Our chiropractors have also provided advice to carers and family members of patients who require assistance, with lifting, moving and living with people with additional needs and requirements.

If you are unsure where to begin; or just want some advice with the process you can telephone our NDIS manager, Adam Curwood adam@wellbeing365.com.au


  • Chiropractors are primary contact practitioners which have the right and duty to diagnose conditions, which includes performing or ordering skeletal imaging.
  • Chiropractic was founded in 1895 by D.D Palmer as a health profession
  • All Chiropractors in Australia have to be licensed and regulated by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA)
  • Chiropractic has been  shown it may benefit in the treatment of selected low back pain, neck pain and other musculo-skeletal conditions
  • Chiropractic techniques include adjustments, soft tissue techniques, rehabilitation, activator and drop piece
  • Chiropractors in Australia study for a minimum of 5 years at university level
  • Aside from treating the spine, chiropractors are also able to deal with selected musculoskeletal issues with the extremities such as the shoulder, knee, elbow
  • The word Chiropractic means “done by hand”or to do by hand
  • Chiropractic assessment involves checking the position and movement of joints and relating it to its effects of global range of motion of the body.
  • There are 5277 Chiropractors practicing in Australia currently and that number is growing.
  • Medical Doctors occasionally manage patients with Chiropractors in what’s called a Team Care Arrangement to get the best outcomes for patients (used through Medicare)
  • Many private health insurers in Australia have cover for Chiropractic care


NDIS stands for the National Disability Insurance Scheme. This is being utilised across all of Australia’s states and territories and funded by the government. It is a scheme that supports those with disabilities to allow these individuals access to the care they need with peace of mind. Disabilities that may be eligible for this scheme include those with permanent or significant physical, sensory, psychosocial, intellectual and cognitive disabilities. NDIS fund approximately $22 billion per year to 500,000 Australian’s to help improve the person’s quality of life.

There are many supports that can be funded by the NDIS such as health, housing, education, sporting clubs and libraries. These include transport to and from daily personal activities, assistance with your work environment, behaviour support household assistance, home modifications, equipment and vehicle modifications.

Health professionals which are covered by NDIS include Chiropractors, Audiologists, Occupational Therapists, Podiatrists, Optometrists, Speech Pathologists and many more.


Every participant has the right to seek help from a Plan Manager. The funds for a Plan Manager will not take away any funding off your plan. Your Plan Manager will act like a financial intermediary support between you and the NDIA. Your Plan Manager will pay for all the services and support that you have selected.

With the help of a Plan Manager you:

  • Will not be limited to using only NDIS Registered providers.
  • Will have the freedom and flexibility to choose and organise your own providers, even NDIS unregistered providers.
  • Will need to stick to the NDIS price guide as services cannot be paid at a higher rate.

Below is a list of just some of the plan managers:


If you choose to self manage your plan, you will be able to select and pay for services and receive funding straight from the NDIA. This means you will be:

  • Not limited to using only NDIS Registered providers.
  • Not tied to the NDIS fee schedule and pay for any services whatever their fees are.
  • Have the freedom and flexibility to choose and organise your own providers, even NDIS unregistered providers.


If the NDIA manages your plan, it means that they will directly pay for services for you. The NDIA will manage your book keeping and records of your spending. You won’t have the flexibility to choose your services as the NDIS will only pay for support and services if the practitioners are registered with the NDIS.

You can find more information on Ways to manage your Plan and Funding on the NDIA Website

Yes, chiropractic care can be covered by the NDIS if it’s considered reasonable and necessary for your disability. The NDIS funds support and services that help participants achieve their goals and improve their quality of life, and chiropractic care may be included if it aligns with these criteria.

To access chiropractic services through the NDIS, you need to have an approved NDIS plan. You can then discuss your need for chiropractic care with your NDIS planner or support coordinator, who can help include it in your plan if it’s deemed necessary for your goals and wellbeing.

The types of chiropractic services covered by the NDIS can vary depending on individual needs and circumstances. Generally, services such as spinal adjustments, mobilization techniques, soft tissue therapy, and posture assessment may be included if they are aimed at improving your functional abilities and overall health.

A referral is not always required to see a chiropractor under the NDIS. However, it’s advisable to discuss your intention to seek chiropractic care with your primary healthcare provider or NDIS planner to ensure it aligns with your overall treatment plan and goals.

The frequency of chiropractic services under the NDIS is determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on your individual needs and goals outlined in your NDIS plan. Your chiropractor and NDIS planner will work together to establish an appropriate treatment schedule that supports your health and wellbeing.

While chiropractic services can be covered by the NDIS if they are deemed reasonable and necessary for your disability, there may be some limitations or restrictions. These could include caps on the number of sessions, specific requirements for providers, or the need for periodic reviews to assess ongoing need and effectiveness.

Yes, you generally have the freedom to choose your own chiropractor under the NDIS. However, it’s essential to ensure that the chiropractor you select is registered with the NDIS and has experience working with individuals with disabilities. You can discuss your preferences with your NDIS planner or support coordinator to ensure your chosen chiropractor aligns with your needs and goals.

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