Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic is committed to providing healthcare services of the highest caliber and is conveniently located in the inner north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. We have a range of health services that can help you return to your sport or activity following an injury as quickly as possible. No matter what your sport or leisure activity is, whether you are serious about your sport or enjoy casual leisure pursuits, we can help you stay active and enjoying life.
We also have a 'state of the art' rehabilitation facility - "Alphington Exercise + Rehabilitation Centre". With two clinical pilates studios and a brand new, fully equipped rehabilitation gym.
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Monday- Friday 8.00am to 8.00pm
Saturdays 8:30am- 12:30pm
Additional services available at Warringal
WALK-IN INJURY CLINIC with injury assessment by a Physiotherapist & MIA X-Ray facilities available
12pm - 6pm Saturday and Sunday. Phone: 0408 134 754
Warringal Private Hospital Day Surgery
Suite 13 - Level 3, 216 Burgundy St, Heidelberg
SPORT & EXERCISE PHYSICIAN SERVICE
9am - 12pm Monday. For appointments phone: 03 9481 5744
Warringal Medical Centre OSM
Suite 10 - Level 3, 214 Burgundy Street, Heidelberg
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- Submitted by asmc on 17 March 2016 - 3:46pm
The charity organisation Water Aid Australia has recently begun a campaign to deliver access to clean drinking water and sanitation to many more villages across Papua New Guinea due to almost 4 million people not having access and many people dying from diseases such as Diarrhea.
To help promote the campaign and raise the awareness of women's health in particular, Water Aid launched its campaign by using sport to help deliver the message. Netball was chosen to help show how strong females can be and the importance of good clean drinking water. A Tri-Series tournament was organised and I travelled with the Victorian Fury netball side who competed against Singapore and Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby.
The tournament was a great chance for the Fury players to prepare for the 2016 Australian Netball League season as well as support a fantastic project that works to empower women and improve necessities such as clean drinking water and sanitation. All the players and support staff were honored to be involved in such a great cause.
In regards to the matches we also had success on this front as well with a win against Singapore and then a win against Papua New Guinea on International Women's Day with the score line ending 64-35.