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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update from ZBP 17.3.20

In these unsettling days and months, we would like to assure all our patients, referrers and their families that we are monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) information and advice closely. Your health, safety and immunity, as well as our own, is of paramount importance at this time and will be at the forefront of any decisions made. We have already made changes to our personal travel plans, to try and protect you and each other, as well as increasing our already stringent hygiene practices as per the government guidelines, WA Health and Australian Physiotherapy Association advice. As the situation is evolving quickly, we anticipate more changes over the coming days and we will adapt to each as they come.


We are still open to treat our patients but If you, or anyone in your household, do have any cold or flu symptoms, however mild, we do politely ask that you do not come into the practice. We can organise a Telehealth consult through Physitrack, Skype or FaceTime and in this way still help you with your problem. Zoe or Ricky can call you back, answer questions and decide if an electronic consult would help.

We are happy to treat you if:

  • You have not travelled outside of Australian in the last 14 days
  • You have no members of your household, or people you have been in close contact with that have been outside Australia in the last 14 days
  • Neither You or your close contacts are unwell - with viral, fever or flu like symptoms
  • You have not been in close contact with any people who are unwell with any flu or potential corona virus type symptoms

If you cannot meet all the above criteria call us and Zoe or Ricky will call back to discuss the best course of action for you regarding physio.

Thank you to all our patients for your continued support.


Zoe, Ricky, Sherrilee, Haley and Natalia


Below is some useful information and links to government information so you can keep up to date without resorting to social media which often causes confusion.

Helpful advice and links


Protect yourself and others:

Please practice high levels of hygiene as per the government guidelines. There is currently no vaccine for COVID19 and we encourage you to follow the WHO general recommendations to prevent the potential spread of infection.

  • Stop touching your face and eyes

  • Washing your hands often (and for 20 seconds) with soap and water, then not touching door knobs and taps afterwards - use a barrier tissue / paper towel

  • Cough into your elbow or use a tissue to cover your mouth if coughing or sneezing

  • Avoiding close contact with others, such as touching, including shaking hands, wherever possible keep over 1.5 metres away from other people

  • Limiting contact with people who are sick, and staying home if you are sick and encourage employees to stay home when sick

  • Regularly disinfect high touch surfaces, ie: tables, kitchen benches & doorknobs

  • Get 7-8 hours sleep a night and keep up physical activity

Travel advice & Guidelines

  • If you travelled into Australia after 15 March 2020 you must isolate yourself for 14 days


  • If you travelled into Australia after 3 March 2020 you should be isolating yourself until you have been symptom free for 14 days after travel

  • If you have been in close contact with a proven case of coronavirus, you must isolate yourself for 14 days from the date of last contact with the confirmed case.

  • If you become unwell and think you may have symptoms of coronavirus, please avoid attending an event or public gathering until you seek medical attention. If you cannot see your GP, call the nationwide 24-hour COVID-19 hotline 1300 675 398.