Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic Closed

08 November 2018

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)

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Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic Update

17 September 2018

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.

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Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic Open Until Sunday 17 September

29 August 2017

The 2017 winter sporting season is coming to an end and so is our Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic at Warringal Private Hospital.

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Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic Re-opening: Saturday 25 March

16 March 2017

The winter sporting season is upon us again and as such our Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic at Warringal Private Hospital will be re-opening, with the addition of a plastering service too!

If someone is injured on a weekend, from Saturday 25 March onwards, and requires medical assistance but doesn't need to go to or want to wait in an emergency department they can drop in to:

Warringal Private Hospital Day Surgery

Suite 13 - Level 3, 216 Burgundy Street, Heidelberg.

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Consensus Conference on Concussion in Sport

12 January 2017

5th International Consensus Conference on Concussion in Sport

Berlin, Germany. 27-28 October 2016
A summary from Sport and Exercise Physician Dr David Bolzonello

"The main value was reassurance that we here in Melbourne are using best practice principles and that we do manage our athletes well."

Australians were well represented from all our key sports and four of the seven sessions were moderated by Australians, Sport and Exercise Physicians Michael Makdissi, Martin Raftery, and Paul McCrory, who is also a neurologist, and Gavin Davis, Neurosurgeon.

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