COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) Information


27th July Update:

We are open. Our chiropractic practice at Bundaleer Homestead, Gisborne, continues to be permitted to be open as it is considered an essential service. There are restrictions to the amount of people to 1 per 4 square metres, the space we have available at Bundaleer Homestead allows this. Our online booking system allows 1 person to book per time slot – if a family member from the same household wishes to come at that time please text me 0428 660 038 to let me know. You are welcome to text me about making an appointment.

Wearing of face masks is now compulsory for practitioners who work within the social distancing measure of 1.5 metres throughout Victoria. I will be wearing an approved mask while working. When you come and see me you are recommended to wear a face mask but it is not compulsory.

Travel from the lock down area of Melbourne Metropolitan and Mitchell Shire.  You are likely to be stopped at a police checkpoint on the way to Gisborne. Travelling to your appointment with me is a legitimate reason to be exiting the lock down area. People coming to see me in the last couple of weeks have said that telling the officials at the checkpoint that they have a chiropractic appointment in Gisborne is sufficient reason to be let through. Evidence of your appointment is the text message you receive from me on your mobile, or a print-out of your appointment details may be a good option. Don’t go to places other than visiting me at Bundaleer Homestead if you have come from the lock down area, as this may not be permitted.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) Information.

This page provides information and updates on the situation with the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) pandemic in relation to our practice at Sparkle of Life, Bundaleer Homestead, Gisborne, Victoria. This advice comes from the Australian Government Department of Health and our professional association, the Australian Chiropractors Association

As part of the community we all have a responsibilty to take actions to limit the spread of this virus as there are serious consequences, especially for the elderly and immune compromised people, for coming in contact with COVID-19. The most up-to-date information is from the Department of Health document: Coronavirus (COVID-19) – what you need to know Click on the link to download this document which is being regulaly updated with information on what COVID-19 is, how it spreads, who is most at risk, what you can do to help stop it spreading and the latest Government regulations and advice.

National Coronavirus Helpline 1800 020 080

Call this line if you are seeking information on coronavirus (COVID-19). The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Please do not visit our practice if you have:

  1. Any of these symptoms: Fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath.
  2. Have had contact with someone diagnosed with or suspected of having coronavirus in the 14 days before getting sick.
  3. Are awaiting the results of a COVID 19 test

Please call me – Ken 0428 660 038 if you have any questions about these restrictions, I am here to help you.


How can we help prevent the spread of coronavirus?

Practising good hand and sneeze/cough hygiene and keeping your distance from others is the best defence against most viruses.

You should:
• Sanitise or wash your hands frequently with soap and water, on arrival, before and after eating, and after going to the toilet.
• Cover your cough and sneeze with tissues, dispose of tissues, and wash your hands.
• Exercise personal responsibility for social distancing measures (stay more than 1.5 metres from people), no shaking hands or hugging.


Practice Notes

People will be requested to sanitse or wash their hands with soap and water on arrival

Tables will be wiped down with disinfectant spray between uses and the cloths discarded.

Practitioners will sanitise their hands between patients

Toys and children’s books will be removed.

Contactless cards use for payments encouraged.