SPC COVID Guidelines

Guidelines Updated 10/5/22

QR Codes

  • Check in using QR codes is no longer required.

Masks (Bondi Junction)

  • All SPC staff continue to wear masks.
  • We prefer all patients who attend the clinic to wear a mask in consultations, for massage or when using shared areas of the clinic such as the waiting room.
  • Masks are not required for exercise, although patients are welcome to continue wearing masks if they prefer.
  • We will continue to review our mask policy over the weeks to come.

Masks (St Leonards)

  • Masks remain a mandatory requirement to see our practitioners in St Leonards. This is a requirement of the premises we are working from.
  • We will continue to review our mask policy over the weeks to come.

Unvaccinated Patients

  • Unvaccinated patients are welcome for 1:1 consults and 1:1 exercise.
  • Online exercise is recommended as a substitute for face to face group classes.

Please do not attend the clinic if:

  • You are unwell, or have been in contact with people who are unwell.
  • You have COVID-19.

Inside the clinic

  • Please practice social distancing in the clinic
  • Please use the hand sanitiser provided upon entry to the clinic and before you leave
  • Use cough and sneeze etiquette (your elbow is the place to go)
  • Observe social distancing of 1.5 metres
  • Look out for each other and be understanding

Other Measures In Place

  • Staff have undertaken Covid-19 Infection Control Training Module
  • Staff are wearing masks
  • Hand sanitiser is available throughout the clinic
  • More regular cleaning & disinfecting of the clinic, particularly high use areas/equipment
  • Honouring social distance safety measures – reduced chairs and removal of magazines in waiting area
  • Staff briefed to be even more careful with their sanitation processes – e.g. handwashing
  • Online alternatives to appointments and exercise classes

Telehealth Services

  • Telehealth is a mode of communication for healthcare practitioners to offer continued care to their patients through a phone call or video conference, as opposed to a face-to-face appointment. Physiotherapy telehealth is an evidence-based, effective way to educate, motivate, and support you to take control of your health concerns from the comfort of your own home. Book a Telehealth consult with one of our physiotherapists for a Pelvic Health, Kids Continence Service, or General Musculoskeletal consultation.

How do I book a Telehealth Appointment?