Float Centres provide innovative holistic therapies that support your wellbeing. Their focus is to inspire and empower you to achieve optimal mental and physical health to live the best life possible.
Look up the center closest to you on the Float Finder. Make a booking to experience the incredible therapeutic benefits it will have to your health.
If you are involved with one of the following funds you may be eligible to claim our services through your scheme.
Read on to find out more.
Increasing numbers of Float Centres are registered NDIS providers, under Capacity Building – ‘Innovative Community Participation’. These centres are experienced in assisting and supporting NDIS participants. Offering services that support non medicated injury recovery, pain management, inflammation relief, muscle recovery, PTSD, Stress, Anxiety, Depression and sleep improvement.
Clinical Studies support the outcomes for Floatation Therapy, check the link to Clinical Floatation for up to date clinical research and benefits of floating. NDIS clients have found Floatation Therapy, Infrared Sauna and Massage Therapy may assist with managing ongoing ailments as well rehabilitating from an injury. Our services are complementary to other allied health therapies such as: Hydrotherapy, Chiropractor, Physiotherapy, Osteopath and Massage Therapy.
NDIS will fully cover sessions with Float Centres as long as the service aligns with your goals listed in your NDIS Plan. Presently this applies even if the center is not a registered provider.
If you are self-managed, speak to us about how we can help. Alternatively, get your NDIA Coordinator / Plan Coordinator to speak to us about including float services in your NDIS Plan. Your local centre will be happy to speak with you about how you can together to optimise your lifestyle and well-being.
If you are currently receiving workcover support, consider Floatation Therapy in your rehabilitation. Speak to your claims manager to include Floatation Therapy in your recovery plan. Our services are specific in assisting with pain management, stress relief, anxiety, PTSD, sleep improvement and inflammation.
Safe Work Australia is an Australian Government statutory agency with the primary responsibility to improve work health and safety and workers’ compensation arrangements across Australia. Each state is responsible for implementing and actioning worker’s compensation, each has their own name and brand i.e. Worksafe Victoria, Worksafe Tasmania, Worksafe ACT, Worksafe Queensland, NT Worksafe, Safework NSW, Safework SA, Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (WA). In New Zealand the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) is the New Zealand Crown entity responsible for administering the country’s no-fault accidental injury compensation scheme.
My Aged Care could fund Floatation Therapy services as part of your My Aged Care plan. We offer services that support non-medicated pain management, inflammation relief, stress, anxiety, depression and sleep improvement.
Clinical Studies support the outcomes for Floatation Therapy, check the link to Clinical Floatation for up to date clinical research and benefits of floating. Aged Care clients have found Floatation Therapy may assist with managing ongoing ailments as well rehabilitating from an injury.
Float centres have services that are complementary to other allied health therapies such as: Hydrotherapy, Chiropractor, Physiotherapy, Osteopath and Massage Therapy
Speak to your GP for a referral or your provider about having Floatation Therapy included in your package.
You have spent a lifetime caring for others, now it’s time for you!
Veteran Gold and White Card holders may be able to have Flotation Therapy funded for physical needs or mental health support. Speak to your case manager if you are eligible for an occupational therapist referral to include Floatation Therapy in your wellness plan.
You have served the nation, now we want to serve and recognise you.
Road Trauma Schemes are Government regulated insurances that support the recovery of people injured in motor vehicle accidents and protect motor vehicle owners against the financial impact of causing personal injury to other road users.
|NSW||State Insurance Regulatory Authority||SIR|
|NT||Motor Accident Compensation||MAC|
|NZ||Accident Compensation Commission||ACC|
|QLD||Motor Accident Insurance Commision||MAIC|
|SA||Compulsory Third Party Regulator||CTP Regulator|
|TAS||Motor Accident Insurance Board||MAI|
|VIC||Transport Accident Commission||TAC|
If you are currently recovering from a road or motor vehicle accident, you may be eligible, as part of your rehabilitation, to have Floatation Therapy included in your rehabilitation plan. Floatation Therapy has assisted a number of individuals to return to health, as it may help support mental health, pain management, inflammation, and well-being.
ACCIDENT COMPENSATION CORPORATION | NEW ZEALAND
In New Zealand the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) is the New Zealand Crown entity responsible for administering the country’s no-fault accidental injury compensation scheme. The scheme provides financial compensation and support to citizens, residents, and temporary visitors who have suffered personal injuries irrespective if it is in a workplace or personal context.
Clients who are subject to an ACC claim should have the conversation of Float Therapy being part of their rehabilitation / recovery plan with their account manager.
Emergency First Responders work on the front line to help protect the Australian community. They run towards and are faced with dangerous, traumatic and stressful situations. Situations that most people in the general community are not exposed to in a lifetime. Australia-wide there are over 120,000 employees and 240,000 volunteers in the emergency First Responder sector.
We need to look after our emergency First Responders so that they can continue to look after us and our communities. Float Therapy has been shown to effective in managing Anxiety, depression and PTSD in addition to assisting with relaxation and muscle recovery.
PRIVATE HEALTH INSURERS
Private Health Insurance – EXTRAS*
Private Health Insurance has undergone some significant changes in the last decade. Presently Floatation Therapy is covered by only few insurers.
Presently one private health insurer includes Float Therapy: GU Health as an ‘extra’ or under ‘ancillary cover’. They will support a claim if a GP or allied health has made a referral for the Float Therapy as part of your treatment.
Unfortunately, no other companies are covering Floatation Therapy at this time. We would love to hear from you at email@example.com if your insurer does.
Some clients have reported success in claiming Floatation Therapy under the category of ‘natural therapies’ or ‘ancillary cover’. Some others have had it covered if a GP or allied health professional (Psychologist, chiropractor, physiotherapist, osteopath, Ob-Gyn) makes a referral specifically for Float Therapy as part of a treatment plan. It is worthwhile having a conversation with your private health insurer about their extras policy regarding Floatation Therapy.
Clinical Studies support the outcomes for Floatation Therapy, check the link to Clinical Floatation for up to date clinical research and benefits of floating.
Get onto your health insurer and tell them you want Float Therapy included in your extras cover. If enough people lobby their insurance company this could change.
*Extras cover is health insurance that pays benefits towards health services i.e dental, optical and physiotherapy etc. The insurance cover partially pays for the service meaning you pay a smaller amount of out-of-pocket costs.