Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic will soon embark on a major renovation to the main clinic at 339 Heidelberg Rd. Our plan is to bring the services we have at our two sites (ASMC and AERC) under one roof and to rejuvenate the clinic.
To provide you with more more flexibility when undertaking your individualised exercise program, we are converting our two pilates rooms into one integrated Exercise Area. You'll find a range of equipment (gym, pilates & other) all accessible in the one space, enabling you to maximise your time at the Centre while still accommodating for your individual needs.
The Department of Health's private health insurance (PHI) reforms for natural therapy take effect on 1 April 2019. Private health insurance rebates will no longer be available for a number of natural therapies including Pilates. Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists will be the only practitioners who can deliver exercises drawn from Pilates within their scope of practice and claim rebates.
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.
Specialist Sports & Exercise Physiotherapy service now available
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.