***All appointments will be bulk billed for patients with Medicare (from Monday 23rd of March until 30th April when we will reassess)***
Our goal at Access Ortho is to make the process of accessing expert orthopaedic care at the time of injury convenient and rapid. Patient care is our number one goal. From the first point of contact to full recovery, you will receive expert treatment and advice with minimal wait times.
If you have an injury contact ACCESS ORTHO, we will arrange an immediate appointment with no long wait times, you will have direct access to orthopaedic specialists and most importantly you will be treated with care. Your injury and recovery is important to us.
Injuries seen at Access Orthopaedics
- Fractures (broken bones) or suspected fractures– of fingers, hand, arm, scapular, clavicle, hip, leg, knee, ankle, foot and toes
- Acute knee injuries
- Ankle sprains
- Muscle and tendon sprains and strains of all limb joints
- Finger dislocations
Please note that you do not need a referral to visit our clinic.
- Full assessment of injury
- Radiology referrals
- Comprehensive treatment plan made in consultation with orthopaedic surgeon
- Direct access to consultant orthopaedic surgeons
- Pain relief management
- Plaster application and removal
- Custom splinting, braces, slings, crutches, moonboots
- EXOS splints – adjustable, lightweight, waterproof, reformable splints
- Follow-up fracture management until no further concerns
- Second opinions for fractures and sprains
- Expedite referral and appointment to private specialist of choice or to the public hospital for any patient requiring surgery.
- Orthopaedic specialist clinics
- One number for patients and doctors to call should they have concerns at any time during or after injury management.
- Alternative follow up care to public fracture clinic appointments.
Please note that Access Ortho is NOT able to provide services for:
- Any patient where there is a concern of head, spinal or abdominal injury.
- Any patient who is having breathing difficulties or chest pain.
- Any patient with active bleeding other than grazes or small puncture wounds.
- Nose fractures.
- Important information about novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
- I have a fracture / knee ligament / ankle sprain where do I go?
- I ignored my child’s injury and now its broken I feel so bad.
- Do all fractures require an operation?
- How long do fractures take to heal? How long will I be in a cast/brace?
- Do all fractures need to be fixed urgently?