Cost of Our Treatments

Initial consultation

All of our therapies start with an initial consultation which involves taking a medical history and discussion of the suitability of the treatment in each individual case.
This incurs a fee of $210.

PRP injections
Each PRP injection will incur a fixed cost of $300. This is usually one joint/area.
If additional injections are required, this will incur a cost of an additional $300 per injection.
All PRP treatments are carried out in an operating theatre, are ultrasound guided and can be performed at time of consultation.

P-shot®
A P-shot treatment costs $1300 for one session. All P-shot® treatments are carried out in an operating theatre and can be performed at time of consultation.

O-shot®
An O-shot® treatments costs $1300 for one session. All O-shot® treatments are carried out in an operating theatre and can be performed at time of consultation.

Medicare/DVA rebates

Partial Rebates for Medicare card holders are available on consultation fees only. There are no medicare or private health insurance rebates available on any of our treatment fees.

DVA Patients will have no out of pocket costs for the consultation. However as there is no medicare rebate available for the procedures DVA patients would need to pay the cost of the treatments. However there is a process for an application to be made to the DVA for treatment costs to be paid for by DVA on a case by case basis. Prior approval before the treatment must be sought in this case. Our clinic can submit this to the DVA only after the patient has had an initial consultation.

TREATMENT DISCLAIMER It is important to understand that whilst our therapies can help alleviate symptoms in many patients and slow or even reverse degenerative processes, at times it does not work for all patients. Consequently, Brisbane Regeneration can neither predict nor guarantee success for individual patients. Based on additional information, patient's current health situation and/or unforeseen health risks, the medical staff can always, in the interest of the individual patient, propose another kind of treatment.