NeuroSpine Institute’s response to COVID-19

** From Wednesday 1st April, 2020 all non-urgent elective surgery will be postponed **

NeuroSpine Institute doctors continue to service patients and referrers by offering outpatient consultations in addition to video/telephone consultations for patients that elect or are unable to attend the rooms in person. Our rehabilitation physiotherapy service is also being offered by video/telephone consultations effective immediately.  Elective surgery for URGENT cases is currently still being undertaken in the private hospital system. Please email if you have any questions. 


NeuroSpine Institute is continuing to monitor the information provided by the Australian Health Department and the WA Health Department on the respiratory illness outbreak caused by coronavirus (COVID-19). We have policies in place designed to ensure that the safety of our patients and staff is our first priority.

Patients will be asked a set of questions related to this matter at the time of booking or when they present to one of our clinics. We are following the current Health Department recommendations.

If you have any symptoms of a viral illness including fever, cough, runny nose or sore throat
If you are suspected of having coronavirus (COVID-19) or are quarantined, you should not attend our clinics. You should speak to your doctor or attend a public hospital emergency department.

If you fall into either of these categories please speak with us so we can discuss your scheduled appointment and make arrangements to reschedule this.

NeuroSpine Institute Team

NEW Consultant Physician Joins NeuroSpine Institute

Consultant Physician, Dr Yee Hein has recently returned to Perth full time. From February 2020, Yee commenced in private practice at the NeuroSpine Institute, consulting in Murdoch and Wembley.

Yee’s special interests include perioperative medicine, rheumatology and geriatric medicine. She is also fluent in Myanmar (Burmese).

From the days when Yee received her primary medical degree from the Institute of Medicine, Yangon, Myanmar in 2007, she has been trying to seize every possible opportunity to enrich and broaden her medical knowledge and clinical experience. With great enthusiasm and tremendous interest, she undertook various rotations in Western Australia, Victoria and Queensland to become a competent physician. She obtained Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom (MRCP) in 2018 and was awarded the fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) in 2019. She is passionately committed to the highest quality care for all patients requiring medical care. Yee is also committed to the development of junior doctors by creating and delivering learning and development programmes.

NeuroSpine Institute welcomes Yee to the team and is available to receive referrals, offering a bulk bill service at present.


Experienced Consultant Physician Joins NeuroSpine Institute

To read more about our newest team member and the services she will provide please click here.

Spine Surgeon Performs Australian First

Spine Surgeon Performs Australian First – click here for media release

Media Clip – Australian First for CT Scanner

Media Clip – Australian First for CT Scanner : click here