Frequently Asked Questions

Central Hunter Sports Medicine works in both general heathcare and sports medical services.

Mick sees patients at Gillieston Heights. Onsite medical support/sports trainer services are offered throughout the NSW Hunter Valley, Central Coast and surrounding regions.

We have listed commonly asked questions below. If you can’t find your answer, give CHSM a call or submit an online enquiry.

A Nurse Practitioner is a Registered Nurse who has completed additional study to obtain a Master’s degree at University, and is endorsed as a NP by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). We are trained to be able to do thorough medical assessments, prescribe medicines and collaborate with other Doctors and allied health care practitioners to provide patients with holistic and advanced care.

Yes. Mick is registered to prescribe prescription medicine.

Sporting organisations of all disciplines and all levels.

Mick’s work as a Nurse Practitioner is based at The Orthopaedic Clinic, The Junction. His home clinic is located at Gillieston Heights, in the Maitland area.

Yes, I can refer you to medical and surgical specialists. For knee and shoulder complaints I can get you in to see one of the surgeons at The Ortho Clinic. For any other sub specialty, I can refer you to a surgeon of your choice or I can recommend one for you.

Yes I can refer you for x-rays, I can also refer you for joint and soft tissue ultrasounds and ultrasound guided steroid injections.

Consultation fees vary and are time based. Mick is accredited under the Medicare system for Nurse Practitioner services. A private fee structure applies to these consultations and your Medicare rebate can be deposited back into your nominated bank account at the time of payment for the consultation.
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