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.

 

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!

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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!

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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 . . .

 

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.

Clinic News - April 2012

Happy Easter to all. We hope the break has left everyone refreshed and you all had a great holiday. We update you with what's been happening this month at ASMC....

- Kim Allison (physiotherapist) has begun at the clinic. She is currently taking clinical pilates classes at AERC. Welcome Kim!

- Professional Development has continued to flourish with our own Adam Culvenor's practical follow-up on osteoarthritis and ACL reconstruction. Thanks Adam. Very informative.

- The beginning of April brought Australian Cricket Team physio, Alex Kountouris (former Alphington Sports Med Physio) to talk on lumbar spine injury.........read more about it.

- Steve Evans (physiotherapist) has returned to work at ASMC. We are over the moon to have Steve Back!

- We announce that all appointments will now be confirmed via SMS for all practitioners. Patients will be sent an SMS prior to their appointments prompting to confirm attendance.

An Evening With Alex Kountouris - Australian Cricket Team Physiotherapist

Alex Kountouris (former Alphington Sports Medicine physiotherapist), returned to ASMC to present to our clinicians....

It was Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic's great pleasure to host Alex Kountouris, as he took time out of his buys schedule with the Australian Cricket team to present on low back pain in professional athletes. Alex was a physiotherapist at Alphington before pursuing his cricket work full-time.....