Southern Cross Insurance
Southern Cross is a group of independent, health-related businesses. Their range of products and services, combined with their not-for-profit focus, size and experience, give Southern Cross a unique and important role in the New Zealand health sector.
The Southern Cross Health Society is New Zealandâ€™s leading health insurance business with more than 800,000 members and many of them benefit from Physiotherapy as a form of medical treatment. And, if members have the right plan, Southern Cross will cover both Private physio and ACC co-payment. Please ask for more information regarding your coverage directly from Southern Cross directly.
How To Use Easy-claim
You can use Easy-claim at Peak Pilates. Simply present your Member card or use the mobile appâ€™s virtual Member card at the counter when you are purchasing eligible healthcare products and services.
If your plan covers the product or service and it qualifies, Southern Cross will reimburse Peak Pilates directly and youâ€™ll only pay any remaining contribution youâ€™re responsible for, so you donâ€™t have to worry about filling out claim forms or waiting for a refund.*
*Please see the Southern Cross website for more detailed information
Are you covered for Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a vital part of postoperative care. Here at Peak Pilates we fully understand the need to get some semblance of normalityÂ back as soon as possible, that’s why our team of experienced, highly-qualifiedÂ physiotherapists are here to help.
If you have any questions about out Physiotherapy service please reach out to us via the contact form, or simply call your local branch.
You can view benefit balances and request cover in My Southern Cross or the app. You can also check your policy document to see if your policy provides day-to-day benefits, under which eligible physiotherapy consultations may be claimed.
In addition, all Southern Cross plans have a Post-operative physiotherapy benefit. This must be performed within six months of related eligible surgery. This includes treatment by a physiotherapist registered with the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand and by a hand therapist registered with the New Zealand Association of Hand Therapists.