COVID-19 Response

We’re Here To Help

The International Spine Centre has always believed a collaborative approach works best and this is no different in these unprecedented times with the COVID-19 situation.

In fact, looking after one another is now more important than ever.

To facilitate your ongoing care and safety we have made some changes to the way we work. We ask for you cooperation in order that we may uphold the safety and well-being of all our patients, visitors, staff, health providers and general community.

Visiting The International Spine Centre In Person

To ensure the health and well-being of our community, we offer restricted in-person consultations. The goal is to reduce the total number of people visiting us at any one time. If you are attending an in-person consultation we ask that you comply with social distancing, hand hygiene and other societal rules.

In addition, it is preferred that you attend alone. If you require one other adult with you for support, a phone call will be offered for that support person at the time of the consultation. We are unable to accommodate additional people.

All people on site at The International Spine Centre must wear a face mask at all times.

You are required to provide your own face mask. Telehealth appointments are available if you do not have a face mask.

Finally, please reschedule your appointment (or change to telehealth) if you:

  • display symptoms of COVID-19 including fever, dry cough, tiredness and shortness of breath
  • have travelled outside of the state within the last 14 days
  • had contact with someone who has or possibly has COVID-19

Visiting The International Spine Centre Remotely

We are pleased to offer video and telephone consultations for all of our services across surgery, medicine, movement and mind.

For further details on accessing our telehealth services please contact us or read the instructions found here.