YHG is still open, however, there have been some mandated changes at YHG since the reintroduction of Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions and it is not business as usual.
At the moment, all Psychology, Naturopathy and Counselling appointments are delivered via Telehealth. A helpful resource for clients to manage your mental health online is the eMHPrac Directory. It provides a useful overview of various Australian online and teleweb programs, all of which have been developed by credible sources, such as the Australian Government, universities, and national non-government organisations. This includes apps, online programs, online forums, and phone services, as well as a range of digital information resources.
Chiropractic is available on a limited basis for where it is deemed ‘essential care’. We don’t want there to be any uncertainty about what constitutes essential care. Please do not put off essential care – contact us to clarify.
Routine, maintenance and non-urgent care should be deferred until after current Stage 4 restrictions are lifted, which hopefully will be at the end of August.
Essential care applies only if there is likely to be a significant deterioration in your physical or mental health should you not receive care in the weeks leading up to the easing fo the current lockdown. It may apply to an acute injury or chronic flare up and would need to be at least moderate to severe in nature.
We are asking all clients before they attend our practice to clarify if they need essential care. This will be a joint responsibility between you and your practitioner. If you have any doubt please talk with us to clarify these new government restrictions.
We are here for you and are able to provide you with essential care, in a very COVID-safe environment.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land and waterways on which our offices stand, the Boon Wurrung, Wurundjeri and Wathaurong people, and pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
From 11.59pm on Wednesday, 17 February 2021 all our health services will resume face-to-face service provision to clients.
To be COVID safe: All Clients and visitors must wear a mask (surgical or reusable) wherever social distancing cannot be maintained. Thank you for your understanding & well done on getting through this last lockdown.