• Clinic Update March 2014

    2014 is well and truly underway. Of note, to stay on top of advances in clinical systems, we have recently installed and begun working with new appintment and payment software . While we will always endeavour to keep things as streamlined and efficient as possible, we thank you for your patience and understanding while things settle in.

  • Clinic Update December 2013

    As 2013 draws to a close, we'd like to wish all the Alphington Sports Med community a safe and happy Xmas and New Year. It's been a busy 2013 and as we round out the year we take this opportunity to update you all on what's making news....

  • Taking Australian Sports Medicine On The Road - Pomps' ETC Adventure

    Recently, John Pompei (physiotherapist) spent a month at the Australian Institute of Sport’s European Training Centre (ETC) in Gavirate, Italy. His time away was eventful and eye opening. For all of our sports enthusiast friends......this one is a great read for you! Read on....

  • Jessica Thornton (physio) Recounts Her Trip to China with the Gems

    Recently, I travelled to China with the Gems, (the U/19 Australian Women’s national basketball team). It was a four nation tour, competing against China, Brazil and the USA. Over two weeks we played in three different cities.

    In the first city, Nan, we had a good start beating Brazil 62 to 46. The following day we lost by 1 point to USA (67 to 68) and the third day we lost to China 55 to 67. A tough two games! At our second stop, Yuan, we got back a good win against USA, 59 to 49. Things were starting to come together. Unfortunately, we lost to China again, 52 to 64, but got another win back against Basil 65 to 59.

    We had a great start in the third and final city, Dong Xiang, beating China 58 to 51. Unfortunately again, we were unable to back up such a great game and lost to the USA 63 to 85. In our last game against Brazil, the girls finished off strong, winning 87 to 70.

    There was a lot of basketball in the two weeks, so not a lot of time for much else. However, we were able to squeeze in a short trip with the Brazilian team to some hot springs in Yuan. In this city we were also given the chance to go to one of the local schools to meet the kids and run a basketball clinic. This was such a great experience and the children at the school were very appreciative. 

    Overall, it was a fantastic opportunity for the girls to develop as a team and great preparation for the 2013 World Junior Championships in Lithuania to be held in July. For myself personally, it gives one a great appreciation for the rigors of travelling with a sports team at an International level and the demands of sports physiotherapy.

    Check out some amazing photos on our Facebook page..

  • Adam Culvenor Published in Sports Physio Magazine

    Our friend Adam Culvenor (physiotherapist) has been doing some fantastic research into linkages between ACL reconstruction and early onset knee arthritis. He has recently returned to Australia after completing a large portion of his PhD in Oslo, Norway. His work was recently published in the Australian Physiotherapy Association Sports Physio Magazine. Well done Adam! Another great contribution to the field!

  • Strength & Conditioning: Alphington Sports Medicine Physios Tackling New Challenges

    Over the weekend of 20th-21st October, Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic was proud to host Wayne Rodgers (former physio here at the clinic) to present his unique look at strength & conditioning exercise principles and techniques. Wayne is now based in Far North Queensland, where he runs his health and wellness business "Health Adventure"

  • We Look Forward to Welcoming Dr. Peter Barnett (paediatric specialist)

    Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic is pleased to announce that we will be welcoming aboard Dr. Peter Barnett as of October 15th, 2012 to consult at ASMC. Dr. Barnett is specialised in paediatric medicine and has a keen interest in sports medicine practice....

  • Ali Murdoch at the World Crossfit Games

    Ali Murdoch has returned from a gruelling campaign at the World Crossfit Games in the USA. The team has had great success both here in Aus and overseas. Ali's team came 9th out of 43. An amazing effort! This is the highest place finish of any Australian team.

    Congrats to Ali and the team!


  • 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.