Our Doctors have a special interest in both musculoskeletal and sports medicine and are completely committed to Smart Health’s philosophies of collaborative client focused care. The inclusion of a medical doctor as part of “your health care team” can be integral to you receiving the best possible care, achieving the quickest possible return to feeling great.
At Smart Health we can assure you that our doctors are working in collaboration with your other health and exercise professionals.
A regenerative injection therapy that stimulates the growth of connective tissue to strengthen weakened and painful ligaments, tendons and joints. A non-surgical approach to managing musculoskeletal pain and injuries by treating the cause of the problem. Download the brochure to find out more.
Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy
A technique using the plasma and cells from your own blood to stimulate healing in soft tissues and joints. A regenerative, non-surgical approach to managing osteoarthritis and musculoskeletal injuries. Download the brochure to find out more.
Perineural injection treatment
A safe and effective treatment for painful musculoskeletal conditions caused by sensitised nerves. Download the brochure to find out more.
Dr Ramona Chryssidis
Ramona has been working in the field of Musculoskeletal Medicine since 2002. She treats chronic pain and musculoskeletal dysfunction using a number of modalities including prolotherapy, platelet rich plasma (PRP), trigger point injections, perineural injection treatment, dry needling and manual therapies. These are non-surgical treatment options that aim to treat the cause of your symptoms to help manage your pain and improve your function, returning you to the activities that you enjoy. She has also undergone additional training in ultrasound imaging to assist diagnosis and injection guidance. Conditions treated include osteoarthritis (e.g. knee, hip, ankle), bursitis, tennis elbow, back pain, neck pain, tendinopathies, lateral hip pain and many more.
Dr Jaeger Wylie
Jaeger completed his medical studies in 2013, graduating as a Doctor of Medicine from Flinders University, and has since completed a Graduate Certificate in Sports Medicine from the University of Queensland. Jaeger started his medical career in Darwin, working as a junior doctor at Royal Darwin Hospital, gaining significant experience in areas such as Orthopaedics, Emergency Medicine and Rehabilitation Medicine.
Jaeger later moved back to Adelaide to complete his General Practice Specialty training (FRACGP) and follow his passion of Sports Medicine. During this time, Jaeger gained significant experience in both the fields of General Practice and Sports Medicine, working in various clinics across Adelaide.