Your doctors understand that in addition to primary care and specialised medical services, patients may require additional medical procedures to address specific health issues. That’s why your doctors offer a range of procedures to ensure that their patients receive the best possible care and support.
Minor Skin Procedures – Mole Excisions/Biopsies/Cryotherapy:
Your doctors are skilled in performing a variety of minor skin procedures, including mole excision, skin biopsies and cryotherapy. These procedures are designed to remove skin lesions that may be of concern, including skin cancer, and are typically performed on an outpatient basis.
Ear syringing is a procedure used to remove excess wax from the ear canal. It is a safe and effective way to relieve symptoms such as earache, hearing loss and itching. Your doctors will conduct a thorough examination and provide the necessary advice and treatment to keep your ears healthy.
Wedge Resection for ingrown toenails:
Ingrown toenails can be a painful condition that can lead to infection if left untreated. Wedge resection is a minor surgical procedure that involves removing a wedge-shaped piece of the toenail and the associated piece of the underlying bone, to help alleviate the symptoms.
Your doctors can provide wound care services for a wide range of injuries, including lacerations, abrasions, burns, and surgical wounds. This can include sutures, wound cleaning, and wound dressing, as well as advice on how to care for your wound at home.
At Jindalee Care Medical Practice, we are committed to supporting your doctors so that they may provide the highest quality of care to their patients. Our team of nurses and staff work with your doctor to ensure that their patients receive the best possible care and support. Your doctors strive to make sure our patient’s health is in the best of care and in good hands, always.