Recognising the considerable health challenges we are currently facing, we would like to inform you that we have received the following information from the Health authorities:
“In light of some states shutting down ‘non-essential services’, the Minister has confirmed that ALL allied health businesses nationally can continue working and are encouraged to do so.
The Minister has also indicated that the Department of Health is now developing full allied health telehealth options, along with other health and medical services, within the week. This will be part of a staged plan and he encourages providers to continue vital face-to-face services where possible.
Wenban Chiropractic remains fully operational to provide you with Gentle, safe and effective Chiropractic care.
Michael, Clara and the entire team are committed in supporting you through this time. We would like to ensure you that we follow the highest standard of infection control and hygiene practices. We have also made adjustments to the way we manage the reception area to minimise the crossover of patients. The focus of Chiropractic care is to detect dysfunctional areas in the spine. We then work to correct these subluxations to restore the healthiest function of the spine and nervous system possible. The goal is to enable the body to function to its optimal potential and we believe that now is as important time as any to be feeling energetic and moving well.
We are all currently tending to important and urgent challenges, however we would like to encourage you to follow your individual Chiropractic care needs. If you are concerned about what this current situation means for your Chiropractic care, please give us a call we would love to discuss this with you.
We are following the advice of the Government Department of Health closely and will keep you updated of any changes as time goes on.
Take care of yourself, your family and friends. Keep encouraging others to continue healthy habits in all respects.
We believe that improving the health status of every individual will positively affect the overall health outcomes for our communities.
Yours in health,
Dr Michael Wenban