• Jay Anderson – AFL Physiotherapists

    29 October 2021

    With the 2021 AFL season now complete, we chatted with one our Sport + Exercise Medicine Physiotherapists, Jay Anderson, about his involvement in the AFL and with the Essendon FC (Bombers).

     

    How and when did you become involved with the AFL?

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  • Dr Carlee Van Dyk - Doctor for the Collingwood Magpies & Australian Diamonds Netball teams

    25 October 2021

    With the 2021 Suncorp Super Netball season now complete, we chatted with Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic’s Sport & Exercise Medicine Registrar Dr Carlee Van Dyk about her involvement with the Collingwood Magpies, and the Australian Diamonds Netball team.

     

    When and how did you become involved with the Magpies?

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  • New COVID Guidelines for the easing of restrictions

    21 October 2021

    New COVID Guidelines will be in place at Alphington Sports Medicine Exercise + Rehabilitation, from Friday 22 October 2021, to provide an environment where the risks of exposure to COVID-19 is managed to the best of our ability.


    These Guidelines are for the safety of all on our premises (patients, practitioners, staff, and visitors), and to keep our business open to provide medical services to the public.

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  • Massage Services & Group Exercise Classes returning along with routine Allied Health appointments.

    18 October 2021

    COVID UPDATE 18/10/2021

     

    Great news – all our services will be back up and running by the end of the week!

     

    In line with the Victorian Government's announcement on the easing of COVID restrictions, the following changes will come into effect at our Clinic from Friday morning (22 October):

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  • Emma Poynton – Podiatrist for the Western Bulldogs (AFL, AFLW, VFL and VFLW)

    18 October 2021

    With the 2021 AFL season now complete, we chatted with Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic Podiatrist Emma Poynton about her involvement with the Western Bulldogs Football Club.

     

    How and when did you become involved with the Bulldogs?

    I first became involved with the Western Bulldogs at the end of 2014 in preparation for the 2015 AFL season. Then in 2016, when the AFL established an AFLW program, I joined the club’s medical team who also care for the AFLW football department.

     

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  • We’ve Turned 40!

    06 October 2021

     

    Did you know that was it this week way back in 1981 that Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic first opened its doors!

     

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  • Brooke Skaf - Myotherapist and Sports Trainer at the Carlton Football Club

    04 October 2021

     

    With the 2021 AFL season now complete, we chatted with one of our Massage Therapists, Brooke Skaf, about her involvement in the AFL with the Carlton Football Club (Blues).

     

    How and when did you become involved with the AFL and the Blues?

    I became involved with the Carlton Football Club in 2017. For the first 3 years, I was only working during the week for their training sessions but in 2020 I also became a game day trainer as well.

     

    What do your roles with the club involve?

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