Keeping our Clients' Health and Safety Front and Centre - COVID 19

Keeping the health and safety of our clients front and centre, Joyaa Antares, Osteopath, has now completed the eCourse "Infection Control Training - COVID 19" issued by the Department of Health. 

We have put extra clinic procedures in place to emphasise a safe environment.

Essential tip: Stop Touching Your Face - especially your Mouth, Nose and Eyes!

And did you know that proper handwashing was the most important thing that you can do in order to help stop the spread of the virus?

  •  Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or rubbing an alcohol-based sanitiser onto your hands
  •  This is important because washing your hands kills viruses that may be on your hands
  •  Watch the one-minute videos below to see how best you should wash your hands and apply hand sanitiser at this important time

    i.   Hand washing video
   ii.   Hand rubbing video

Posted by: Joyaa Antares

Joyaa Antares

Joyaa graduated from the European School of Osteopathy (UK) in 1987 and has completed extensive post-graduate studies in osteopathic care and research methodology. Typically, people of all ages and a wide spectrum of complaints come to his clinic. Adults and children present with back or neck problems, torticollis ("wry-neck"), headache, dizziness, and problems in the limbs and joints. Babies present with a range of musculo-skeletal issues. Joyaa is not a general physician or a surgeon, but as an osteopath he offers over 25 years of clinical experience. In this, he places prime emphasis on good communication, as well as your safety and comfort. He has been a Government-appointed member of the Osteopaths Panel of Assessors, a Clinical Supervisor to Osteopathic students at Southern Cross University and taught paediatrics at undergraduate and post graduate levels.