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HOW COVId-19 affects the way we practice:

  • We rarely will be able to accomodate 'walk-ins' (ie. patients without a booking). So please, book online, or call before attending the practice.
  • We will have less appointments available on each shift (as it takes time to follow the increased cleaning requirements between each client). So please, book in advance, don't be late, and if you cannot attend - please let us know, so that we can open the appointment up to another patient.
  • Given the 'close contact' nature of treatment (and inability to remain 1.5m away), Evan may at times wear a mask during the treatment. Patients are not required to wear a mask, but are required to sanitise their hands in the clinic, before they enter the treatment room.


YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND THE CLINIC IF:

  • You are currently experiencing, or have experienced flu-like symptoms in the last 14 days.
    • fever
    • cough
    • sore throat
  • You have travelled interstate or overseas in the last 14 days.
  • You have had suspected contact with a COVID19 case in the last 14 days.



WE MAY HAVE TO CHANGE THE WAY YOU ATTEND THE CLINIC IF:

  • You have had contact with someone who has experienced flu-like symptoms in the last 14 days.




LOOKING AFTER YOUR (AND OUR) WELFARE:

We have many protocols to aid in the minimisation of risk associated with transmission COVID19.

  • Evan will be maintaining hand-hygiene between each patient.
  • Equipment used in treatment rooms is sanitised as appropriate.
  • We ask that you allow Evan to open/close the door to the treatment rooms.
  • Commonly used items in the waiting area are being sanitised on a regular basis.
  • You will need to use hand sanitiser before entering the room, alternatively to wash your hands in the sink with soap/detergent.
  • We have removed all reading material and toys from the waiting area.
  • The seating in the waiting room has been spaced out. If there are no seats available, you will need to wait outside.
  • You may at times see Evan wearing protective gloves, masks and eyewear.

We may ask particular patients to do the same.

This is not to cause alarm, we are just being overly protective.



Thank-you for your co-operation.