• CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR HOURS

    The festive season is fast approaching so we wanted to take this chance to say:

    Merry Christmas to all - we wish you a happy & healthy 2019!

    REMINDER

    Our standard hours over the Christmas and New Year period are:

    Monday to Friday: 8.00am - 8.00pm

    Saturdays: 8:30am - 12.00pm

    We are closed on Sundays during December & January and on Public Holidays: Tuesday 25 & Wednesday 26 December 2018 + Tuesday 1 January 2019.

    We will be closing at 1.00pm on Monday 24 & 31 December.

    Please also note that our 2018 Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic is now closed.

     

  • Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic Closed

    Please Note: Our Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic has closed for 2018.

    Call us 9481 5744 to make an appointment during our normal business hours:

    8am - 8pm Monday to Friday

    8.30am - 12pm Saturdays

    9.30am - 1pm Sundays*

    (*closed Sundays in December & January)

     

  • Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic Update

    Due to popular demand we're continuing our Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic beyond the winter sports season - but only on Saturdays and at our Sports Medicine Clinic (not the Exercise + Rehab Centre).

    If someone is injured on a weekend and requires injury assessment and management, but doesn't need to go to or want to wait in an emergency department, they can drop in to:

    Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic
    339 Heidelberg Road, Northcote
    12.30 - 5pm Saturdays (until early November)

    Injuries are assessed by a Physiotherapist.

    No appointment is needed, but if possible please call ahead on 9481 5744.

  • THE ALPHINGTON HUDDLE

    Issue 2 of THE ALPHINGTON HUDDLE, our quarterly eNewsletter, is out now.

    It's our way of keeping you up to date with what's going on at / with our clinic and practitioners as well as providing you with useful and interesting information.

    Check out the Spring 2017 issue here - Happy reading everyone!

    Subscribe to our mailing list to receive future issues.

  • The Alphington Huddle

     

    Introducing THE ALPHINGTON HUDDLE, our new quarterly eNewsletter.

    Its our way of keeping you up to date with what's going on at / with our clinic and practitioners as well as providing you with useful and interesting information.

    Check out the Winter 2017 issue now - Happy reading everyone!

    Subscribe to our mailing list to receive future issues.

  • ASMC Update

    REMINDER: We're not going anywhere . . . yet!

    Even though this (see image above) happened last week, nothing is changing - at least not for a while.

    We have an ongoing lease in the building & the sale is simply phase 1 of our plan to bring the entire business together.

    While we search for a suitable new building we will continue to offer our services as per usual - both at Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic, 339 Heidelberg Rd AND via the Exercise + Rehabilitation Centre at no. 376.

    This process may take a while but the end result will be a great new location with all your injury, prevention & rehabilitation needs under one roof.

    Stay tuned for more news in the future.

     

  • Exciting times ahead for Alphington Sports Medicine

    Don't panic if you notice a For Sale sign out the front of our Exercise + Rehabilitation Centre building - we're not going anywhere . . . yet.

    We have an ongoing lease in the building and the sale is simply phase one of a plan to bring our entire business together under one roof.

    While we search for a suitable new building we will continue to offer our services as per usual - both at the Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic, 339 Heidelberg Road, and via the Exercise + Rehabilitation Centre at number 376.

    This process may take a while but the end result will be a great new location with all your sporting and non-sporting injury, prevention and rehabilitation needs in the one place.

    Stay tuned for more news in the future . . .

     

  • Educational Workshop

     

    On Tuesday 8 March we presented an Educational Workshop in conjunction with Direct Radiology as a breakfast session.

    The topic was Gluteal Tendinopathy - Implications for Assessment & Management, with local GPs and staff in attendance.

    Speakers were our own Dr. David Bolzonello and Direct Radiology's Dr. Gaurav Gupta.

    If you were unable to make it, here's a copy of the presentation.

     

  • Clinic News - June 2012

    As we round out the first half of the year, we provide you with this quick update from Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic..

    - Nicole Young (massage therapist) has started at the clinic. She comes to us with great exerience across a variety of massage techniques

    - Gordon Pritchard (physiotherapist) has joined the team. He is currently working at our Alphington Exercise + rehabilitation facility, supervising our clinical pilates classes on Wednesday and Friday nights. He is also our new Sunday clinician at the main clinic site.

    - Michael Kaplan (physiotherapist) will be locuming from 3rd July to 23rd August

    - Richard Taylor and Richard Citroen (physiotherapists) are working with Dr. David Bolzonello at Vic Metro in the TAC U/18 AFL Championships

    - James lundberg (physiotherapist) is now assisting Paul Greco (physiotherapist) with the Calder Cannons programs

  • Madeleine Ellis (physiotherapist) Volunteers in East Timor

    Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic's Madeleine Ellis (physiotherapist) traveled to East Timor recently to volunteer with the East Timor Eye Program - She has been good enough to recount her exerieces for us

    April of this year I was invited to travel with the East Timor Eye Program to lend assistance with a surgical eye team in Maliana, a remote town on the border of Indonesia. During my stay I was lucky enough to assist and work with the Physiotherapist at Maliana Hospital.