COVID Safe Business

As a business we are grateful to be part of the local Tamborine Mountain community who have trusted us with their health for many years. We feel a strong sense of duty to continue to provide chiropractic to those who need it as this time, while also taking the following measures to protect everyone. Thank you for protecting the community by cooperating with the following COVID Safe guidelines. By attending an appointment, you agree to these guidelines.

Social Distancing

Our premises has adequate room for the required 4 m²/person. Please leave a 1.5m gap between yourself and any other clients not in your household when seated in the waiting room. We follow all government requirements in this area.

Hand Washing and Sanitisation

In additional to your washing your hands regularly and before your appointment, please use the hand sanitiser upon arriving at the practice. Alcohol antibacterial gel has also proven to be effective against viruses if in direct contact.

Disinfecting touched surfaces

Viruses may continue to be active on surfaces for hours or days, and coronavirus has been proven to last very long. We clean all surfaces regularly throughout the practice to ensure you are in a clean environment.

Telehealth consults Available

If you need to self-isolate, we can still help you with a tele-health appointment through Facetime/Skype. Please contact the practice for more information. The regular fees will apply for these virtual consults.

Please stay home if..

If you are quarantined (because of recent international travel, or contact with a confirmed case), or have a fever, or sore throat, or cough, or shortness of breath, we ask that you stay home and call your primary care provider for instructions.

To prevent the spread of infection, please DO NOT physically visit our premises if you are ANY of the above. Many of our clients are in the vulnerable demographic and we cannot afford to take any risks here.

Please visit health.qld.gov.au for the latest data, advice, and regulations for managing this health crisis. Check back regularly for updates.