OUR DOORS ARE REOPENING! As of Monday 27th April, we will be introducing reduced hours of access to the clinic.
Online video call appointments via ZOOM are still available. Instructions for installing ZOOM can be found here
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SMPC Latest News

Load Management

During my recent University Studies as part of continuing my education in the Master of Sports Medicine Degree at The University of Melbourne I came across some very useful research […]

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COVID-19 Update: Our Doors are Reopening !

COVID-19 (coronavirus) has clearly had a significant and serious impact on everyone’s lives this year. We have been closely monitoring the progress of the pandemic and as a team have […]

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We are Hiring – Physiotherapist (New Graduate) 

About Us Our mission is to provide our clients with a strong foundation of health and physical wellbeing so they can be the best they can be and more. Since […]

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Stay injury free while training for your goal event

Many of us set big fitness goals for the year: to run 10ks, a marathon, or do an ironman. How can you increase your chances of 1. Starting the race […]

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Working from Home

Working from home can be helpful if you have an appointment to get to, or perhaps a delivery you need to receive, but it can often be the reason for […]

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The Ups and Downs of your pelvic floor

What is my pelvic floor? The pelvic floor is a group of ‘U’ shaped muscles forming a sling in the base of the pelvis. They attach from the tailbone to […]

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5 Running Tips To Prevent Injury And Improve Performance

As marathon and fun run season approaches, so does the likelihood of sustaining a running-related injury. So why run? Why run if its going to leave you hot, sweaty and […]

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YOU CAN STILL CLAIM YOUR “PILATES” CLASS SESSION AT SMPC

You can still claim your “Pilates” class session at SMPC My Private Health Insurer (PHI) has sent me a letter explaining changes to my cover for Pilates….. Can I still […]

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5 ways to transcend chronic pain

Pain can be categorised in many different ways but two main categories are acute pain (heals within expectations of tissue healing) and chronic pain (pain persisting beyond expected tissue healing […]

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The Year Ahead

The festive season has seen a busy time and a lot of change at South Melbourne Physio Clinic! A little update on our team at SMP: Welcome Joh, our new […]

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