Additional Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Services – for Men & Women

15 October 2020

Our Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist, Laura Yammouni, has expanded this list of specialist services she offers.

 

Consultations are now available for men's pelvic health issues.

Treatment can be provided for conditions such as:

  • pre and post prostate surgery
  • urinary incontinence
  • faecal incontinence, and
  • constipation.

 

And treatment for women now includes the following (additional) conditions:

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Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

01 September 2020

Women's Health Physiotherapy specialises in the area of pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation, continence management and physical conditions of pregnancy & postnatal period.

 

Laura Yammouni has joined the Alphington Sports Medicine team a a specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist and can offer treatment in the following areas:

 

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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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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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Welcome Back Darren Austin

13 November 2017

We've welcomed Physiotherapist Darren Austin back to the Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic team!

 

He's returned to us after being on tour with the Volleyball Team Australia Men Volleyroos as Head Physiotherapist and working in the U.K. as well as taking some time off to travel.

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VIC U-18 Basketball Success

18 April 2017

Alphington Sports Medicine Physiotherapists Karina Chilman and Madeleine Ellis have just returned from Townsville where they got the sweet taste of success in the form of Australian U18 Basketball Championships gold with the Vic Metro Mens and Vic Country Womens teams.

For a full list of the results check out Basketball Australia's website: http://twitter.com/BasketballAus/status/853401302553944064

Karina Chilman: 2nd from the right, back row with the mens team.

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Vale Steve Evans

27 September 2016

A highly experienced sports physiotherapist with a passion for basketball, Steve Evans was one of the founders of Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic. He sadly passed away last year after a long and courageous battle with his health.

Steve was a crucial part of the clinic growing to what it is today. He bought a wealth of knowledge and friendship along the journey and he fostered a culture of caring for everyone around him.

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