Practised in China for thousands of years and in Australia since the late 19th Century, acupuncture has evolved into a modern medical technique that can assist in the treatment of a wide variety of pain conditions.
It can be difficult to diagnose and treat concussion. There is the potential for significant long-term harm to the brain if the condition is not managed correctly and returning to full activity before proper rehabilitation can be dangerous.
Wakefield Sports and Exercise Medicine Clinic can work with your business and staff to develop customised health programs for your team, including delivery of certain services on site at your business and also within our clinic.
AdFrac is Adelaide’s first purpose designed rapid access fracture clinic, providing complete service for adults and children over 10 years of age with traumatic limb injuries that need to be dealt with in a semi-urgent fashion.
Our qualified remedial massage therapists are registered with private health providers enabling rebate on certain levels of private health insurance. It is advisable to check with your health fund if massage is included in your premium.
Wakefield Sports + Exercise Medicine Clinic: COVID-19 Protocols
At Wakefield Sports + Exercise Medicine Clinic, our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our staff, patients and community as South Australia opens the borders to interstate and international arrivals with the expectation of Covid-19 living in the community.
In accordance with the recommendations issued by Calvary Adelaide Hospital, Wakefield Sports + Exercise Medicine Clinic will require patients and visitors, to be Covid-19 double vaccinated before entering our 3 clinics, unless issued with a vaccination exemption.
These changes will come into effect, Monday 29th
Attending appointments at our clinics
Calvary Adelaide Hospital
Patients and visitors to be Covid-19 Double Vaccinated. We will require proof of the Covid-19 double vaccination certificate before or on entry to our clinic.
*All patients and visitors are to report to Calvary Adelaide Hospital COVID-19 screening desks, either in the main foyer or tenancy building prior to entering the clinic*.
Patients and visitors will be required to wear surgical masks when in the hospital precinct with additional masks available at the screening desks.
Please ensure you check-in using the QR code and present the green tick to the screening desk or by completing the manual form. Please check in again when you arrive in clinic.
Patients attending from interstate must have completed the Entry Check SA application and have their risk level assessed to determine entry conditions. These patients will require evidence of their double Covid-19 vaccination certificate on arrival.
Patients will be asked to attend their appointment alone unless a companion is necessary
Adhere to the social distancing measures in place and practice good hand hygiene.
We recommend all patients to arrive on time (and not early) to their appointment and refrain from standing close to our reception desks when organising appointment follow up.
Next Generation and Dulwich Family Practice
Patients and visitors to be Covid-19 Double Vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination status at the time of your appointment.
Please ensure you check-in using the QR code and present the green tick to the reception team or by completing the manual form.
Surgical masks will be required to be worn inside the clinic, adhere to social distancing measures and practice good hand hygiene.
Patients to arrive on time (and not early) to their appointment and attend alone unless a companion is necessary.
Please refrain from standing close our reception desk.
Please do not attend our clinics if you are;
Not double vaccinated for Covid-19 (unless issued with a Vaccination exemption)
Unwell or presenting with Covid-19 symptoms
Quarantining or awaiting test results for Covid-19
Categorised as being unable to attend a high risk health care setting
Have been in close contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19
Have visited the contact tracing locations as listed on the SA Health website
Should you meet or have any concerns regarding the above criteria, please call the Medical reception on 8232 5833 or Physiotherapy reception team on 8232 5566
Unvaccinated or compromised patients may have the opportunity to attend a telehealth appointment at the discretion of our practitioners. This will be determined on a case by case basis as necessary.
At the present time, all unvaccinated patients will be unable to attend a face to face appointments until after receiving the double covid-19 vaccination and will be asked to present evidence of this prior to making an appointment.
For more information, please call the Medical reception on 8232 5833 or Physiotherapy reception team on 8232 5566