• More Pregnancy Workshops

    31 August 2023
    More Pregnancy Workshops at Alphington Sports Medicine

    Our Pregnancy Inmotion Workshops are designed to give you timely access and expert advice on a more personal level.


    These supportive and educational workshops were created to assist you through the entirety of your pregnancy and postnatal period. 


    This is a unique program in that it combines medical, physiotherapy, exercise and nutrition care for pregnant patients.   


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  • Cooking With Kristen: Sausage And Lentil Tray Bake

    15 August 2023
    Sausage And Lentil Tray Bake

    Who doesn’t love a one-pan meal!

    In this nourishing, balanced meal, you’ll get a serve of protein, veggies, and whole grains. Lentils are a fantastic source of low GI fibre, plant-based iron and protein, and B-vitamins like folate.

    Whip up this hearty-winter meal in less than 30 minutes. The perfect mid-week family dinner.



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  • Dr Carlee Van Dyk – Working at the U23 World Rowing Championships

    08 August 2023

    Sport & Exercise Medicine Registrar Dr Carlee Van Dyk has just returned from Bulgaria, where she was working at the U23 World Rowing Championships.

    We asked her to tell us a bit about the experience . . . . 


    When and how did you become involved with the Rowing & the U23 World Championships?

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  • Pelvic Girdle Pain In Pregnancy

    02 August 2023

    Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP), also commonly known as Pelvic Instability, effects up to 50% of women during pregnancy. Thankfully, 90% of women recover from PGP within 12 months of having their baby. However, up to 10% of women can continue to have significant PGP and disability 2 years post-birth.

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  • An Apple A Day Keeps Constipation At Bay

    01 August 2023

    1 in 5 Australians are affected by constipation at some point in their life.


    This is a common complaint during pregnancy, affecting almost half of all pregnant women.

    The change in hormones along with the growing uterus is responsible for slower bowel movements.

    Other common causes include reduced physical activity, low dietary fibre intake, inadequate fluid intake, and increased emotional stress.


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