Clinic News - April 2012

13 April 2012

Happy Easter to all. We hope the break has left everyone refreshed and you all had a great holiday. We update you with what's been happening this month at ASMC....

- Kim Allison (physiotherapist) has begun at the clinic. She is currently taking clinical pilates classes at AERC. Welcome Kim!

- Professional Development has continued to flourish with our own Adam Culvenor's practical follow-up on osteoarthritis and ACL reconstruction. Thanks Adam. Very informative.

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An Evening With Alex Kountouris - Australian Cricket Team Physiotherapist

03 April 2012

Alex Kountouris (former Alphington Sports Medicine physiotherapist), returned to ASMC to present to our clinicians....

It was Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic's great pleasure to host Alex Kountouris, as he took time out of his buys schedule with the Australian Cricket team to present on low back pain in professional athletes. Alex was a physiotherapist at Alphington before pursuing his cricket work full-time.....

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Gaylene McKay Talks About Her Role as a WNBL Physio

27 March 2012

Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic's managing director, Gaylene McKay is no stranger to the rigorous demands of professional basketball. Having been the first WNBL player to rack up 300 games. She has been a part of the Bulleen Boomers since 1991 and she talks about her role with the 'Manningham Leader'

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Clinic News - March 2012

19 March 2012

As we move towards the end of March, we update you with what's been happening this month at ASMC....

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Mark Blicavs Sets His Sights on London

07 March 2012

Our very own massage therapist, Mark Blicavs, has big ambitions. Not only does he do a fantastic job balancing his clinical hours at Alphington Sports Medicine Clinic with his heavy training schedule but now he has AFL footy to add to that mix!

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AIS Update From Miranda Wallis

27 February 2012

Our very own Miranda Wallis (physiotherapist) has been seconded to the Australia Institute of Sport leading up to London 2012. She gives us this update..


After another successful Gliders camp, I started my new adventure with the AIS Physical Therapies department on the Friday after Australia Day.  This first day I was left to my own devices to organise IT to get my computer going, find my way to the uniform store and just generally get to know my way around the people and places that make up the AIS....

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