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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Online (mat based) Group Exercise Classes Now Available

30 April 2020
26 May Update: Online group exercise classes have ceased in preparation for the return of our regular classes at Alphington Exercise + Rehabilitation Centre. We will recommence on-site classes when permitted by the Victorian Government - at this stage the planned easing of restrictions means that will be in late June.
You can stay up to date with any further changes via this site and our Social Media channels.

 

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New Program For Hip And/Or Knee Osteoarthritis Sufferers

13 February 2020

Do you suffer from knee and/or hip osteoarthritis?

We're calling for expressions of interest for participants in GLA:D (Good Life with Arthritis: Denmark).

A new service we’re offering, this education and exercise program is a great first line evidence based treatment for knee and/or hip osteoarthritis.

The program can delay or prevent surgical intervention, and help you with long term favourable outcomes in both pain and function.

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Gaylene McKay - Physiotherapist with the Melbourne Boomers WNBL team

19 February 2019

Now that the 2018/19 WNBL season is over, we chatted with Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic Physiotherapist Gaylene McKay about her involvement.

 

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Gordon Pritchard - Melbourne Renegades WBBL Physio

18 February 2019

Now that the Rebel Women’s Big Bash League season has come to an end, we found time to sit down with Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic (ASMC) Physiotherapist Gordon Pritchard to chat about his involvement.

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Complex Condition Consultancy

04 December 2018

Specialist Sports & Exercise Physiotherapy service now available for consultancy on complex conditions. 

Kay Copeland, one of our most experienced practitioners here at Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic, is now a Specialist Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist* (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2018).

In this role she will act as a consultant to current treating practitioners to progress complex conditions.

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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 Re-opening Saturday 7 April

28 March 2018
The winter sporting season is upon us again and as such our Weekend Walk-In Injury Clinic is re-opening - with a few changes.

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:

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