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Remedial Massage, Stafford Heights

KC Health Services is delighted to announce the launch of our professional North Brisbane Remedial Massage Therapy and Relaxation Massage Therapy services.

Over the past few years, a significant number of our Personal Training clients have asked us one common question: “Where can I get remedial massage on Brisbane’s Northside?” Well, we have outstanding news. After countless hours behind the scenes, and as of right now, KC Health can say, “You can get professional massage, from a qualified massage therapist, right here at KC Health”.

Remedial Massage

Feel great with our massage services!

The reality is, there is a definitive link between Personal Training, Physiotherapy and Remedial Massage Therapy as complementary to our health. Here at KC Health Services, the combination of massage therapists and personal trainers means that we can develop holistic programs centred on your individual needs.

Massage Session

Remedial Massage Therapy and Relaxation Massage Therapy


  • Tailored to suit your needs
  • The key to relaxation and recovery
  • Health Fund rebates available
  • Performed by fully qualified therapists
1 hour session

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Frequently Asked Questions

A remedial massage therapy treatment in Brisbane will cost between $50 and $180. Costs will vary depending on location, length of session, qualifications and experience of your remedial massage therapist and other modalities utilised (such as dry needling). HICAPS refunds are available!

The major difference between relaxation and remedial massage is that a remedial massage treatment is usually individualised after an assessment, whereas a relaxation massage treatment is often general in nature.

Other differences can include the pressure of the massage (remedial often involves greater pressure) and the medium used (oils, creams and lotions).

Depending on qualifications a remedial massage therapist may also utilise dry needling.

A remedial massage therapist has a Diploma in Remedial Massage as a minimal qualification. They can complete further education in areas such as dry needling and can also have university degrees in myotherapy.