15th Pacific Games

13 October 2015

 

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Rescheduled - Free Women's Health Physiotherapy Information Session

02 September 2021
** UPDATE: This session (plus an additional one on 20 November) is now FULLY BOOKED. Please email us if you would like to go on the wait list for either of these dates **

 

How Strong Is Your Core?

 
FREE Women's Health Physiotherapy Information Session.

 

Have you ever wondered how strong your core is?

Are you experiencing any leaking of urine with exercise?

Are you pregnant or have you had a baby?

Would you just like some extra advice on how to feel stronger?

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Dr Gaylene McKay - Working with the Opals at the Tokyo Olympics

26 August 2021

 

Dr Gaylene McKay has been the Opals (Australian Women’s Basketball Team) Physiotherapist for 7 years and travelled with them many times for camps and tournaments. But this year she had the privilege of supporting them in Tokyo for the 2020 Olympics!

 

Now that she’s back in Australia we asked her to spend some of her hotel quarantine time telling us a bit about the experience . . . .

 

How did it feel to go to the Olympics and support one of the teams representing Australia?

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Last Photos From Tokyo 2020

09 August 2021

While Dr Gaylene McKay, our Managing Director and the Lead Physiotherapist for the Opals, is now back in Australia and in quarantine, she did manage to send through a few last pics from her time at the Olympics.

 

She even rubbed shoulders with a few famous (non-basketball) faces while watching the Boomers vs USA before leaving Tokyo . . .

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More Photos from Tokyo 2020

03 August 2021

More great photos from the Olympics thanks to Alphington Sports Medicine's Managing Director & Opals Lead Physiotherapist, Dr Gaylene McKay.

 

The team had a huge win last night in Game 4 against Puerto Rico – let’s hope they can keep that momentum going when they face USA in the quarter finals tomorrow!

 

#GoOpals!

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FREE Women's Health Physiotherapy Information Session

29 July 2021

Have you ever wondered how strong your core is?

Are you experiencing any leaking of urine with exercise?

Are you pregnant or have you had a baby?

Would you just like some extra advice on how to feel stronger?

 

If you said yes to any of these, then this session is for you!

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Photos from Tokyo 2020

26 July 2021

 

APA titled Sports Physiotherapist and Alphington Sports Medicine's Managing Director, Dr Gaylene McKay, is currently in Tokyo for the Olympics.

 

As Lead Physiotherapist for the Opals (Australia’s Women’s Basketball Team) she’ll be doing her best to ensure all players are at peak fitness for each game.

 

Thankfully she’s also doing a great job of taking photos to give those of us back in Australia an insight into what it’s like over there, for our athletes and support crew.

 

#GoOpals!

 

 

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More Great News – Our Group Exercise Classes Are Returning!

30 October 2020

Our Group Exercise Classes Are Returning!

In accordance with the Victorian Government's roadmap for further easing of restrictions, we will recommence our Group Exercise Classes from Monday 9 November*.

As our classes have a maximum of 4 participants, physical distancing requirements can be easily adhered to. In addition, there are strict protocols in place that all participants must follow and will include the need for all equipment to be sanitized after use. 

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Group Exercise Classes Suspended

09 July 2020

Due to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions our Group Exercise Classes have been suspended until further notice.


We encourage patients to book an appointment with their Physiotherapist to develop an individualised home-based exercise program.

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Group Exercise Classes Are Resuming!

11 June 2020

Great news - our group exercise classes will be recommencing soon!

 

Online group exercise classes have ceased in preparation for the return of our regular classes at Alphington Exercise + Rehabilitation Centre.

As permitted by the Victorian Government's current planned easing of restrictions, we will recommence on-site classes from Monday 22 June (unless rules / guidelines are amended).

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