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Doctors Surgery
Beaconsfield

03 6383 1770

Services

General Practitioners

GPs are your first point of call when it comes to any health issues. General Practitioners can help you with a very wide variety of health issues, such as:

  • Chronic conditions such diabetes and heart conditions 
  • Child health 
  • Acute serious illness and trauma such as accidents and injury 
  • Dermatology disorders that affect the skin, nails and hair 
  • Drug and alcohol problems 
  • Eye and ear health 
  • Musculoskeletal medicine such as back pain, arthritis, osteoarthritis and broken bones 
  • Occupational medicine 
  • Testing and follow up treatment for various cancers 
  • Palliative care 
  • Pain management 
  • Sports medicine 
  • Sexual and reproductive health 
  • Preventive tests such as pap smears and tests for skin cancer and other cancers 
  • Nutrition, diet and exercise 
  • Mental health 
  • Common colds, flus, infections and viruses 
  • General health check­ups including testing for diabetes and checking blood pressure and cholesterol 
  • Referrals to other specialist doctors if required

Health Assessments

Completed by a nurse and reviewed by a GP, Health Assessments provide the following Government Funded Health Checks:

  • 45-49 year olds Health Assessments - a one off assessment that includes height & weight measurements, blood pressure check, urinalysis, ECG, diabetes screening, dietary & exercise advice, smoking & alcohol advice
  • 75 year olds and over Health Assessments - yearly assessment that includes height & weight measurements, blood pressure check, urinalysis, ECG, dietary & exercise advice, falls risk assessment, cognition assessment, assistance within home
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders - yearly assessment that includes height & weight measurements, blood pressure check, urinalysis, ECG, diabetes screening, dietary & exercise advice, smoking & alcohol advice

Bulk Billing

Bulk Billing is where the practice bills Medicare directly for a medical service that you receive. To be eligible for this service, you must hold a concession or pension card. Children under 18 years of age are also bulk billed. 

Nursing Services

Our nurses are committed to the health and wellbeing of our patients. The nursing services offered at our centre are as follows:

  • Wound care
  • Immunisations 
  • Pathology 
  • Point of care, including INR
  • Assistance with minor surgical procedures
  • Ear syringing 
  • ECG
  • Women's health 
  • Midwifery 
  • Spirometry 
  • Assistance with care plan preparation
  • Assistance with medical assesments 

Back to Activities Management

Through proper diagnosis, our experienced staff will carefully put together a recovery plan to assist in getting you back to your daily activities. We use the latest in technology and the pool of specialist knowledge to manage this process. 

Pain Management

Our experienced medical staff are trained in the area of pain management through the use of latest technology, such as laser, electro and prolo therapy. Our view in pain management is to explore conservative approach before the drug prescription route. 

Chronic Disease Management

We constantly aim to be at the forefront of chronic disease management. Our clinics achieve this through regular training and knowledge exchange programs that we have in place. We stay connected to the latest news and research, as well as investing heavily in modern technology, just to make sure our patients have the best care possible. 

Recovery

In addition to the traditional approach to recovery, at our clinics we offer Laser, Electro and Prolo therapy. The recovery time can be halved by combining the right methods. Recent case studies involving strength athletes were groundbreaking post injury as well as competition. 

Prolotherapy

Prolotherapy (Proliferative Therapy), also know as Non-Surgical Ligament and Tendon Reconstruction and Regenerative Joint Injection, is a recognised musculoskeletal procedure that stimulates the body's healing processes to strengthen and repair injured and painful joints and connective tissue. It is based on the fact that when ligaments or tendons (connective tissue) are stretched or torn, the joint they are holding destabilises and can become painful. The original term used for this therapy was "sclerotherapy", coined in the 1930's when this treatment was discovered, and included dextrose (glucose solution) injections.