Caring for the community – Our commitment to delivering safe healthcare

In response the COVID-19 situation, we are now offering telehealth online video consultations with our Osteopathy and Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners. You can book telehealth consultations online here.

Our team is also gradually re-introducing in-clinic treatments, under strict hygiene conditions.

Until further notice, the following restrictions are being placed on in-clinic treatments:

  • Reduced number of practitioners per day per clinic.
  • No client crossover – 15-min gaps between each client.
  • Disinfecting of all surfaces between clients.
  • No touching of door handles required.
  • Mandatory use of hand sanitiser for all clients and staff when arriving and leaving.
  • No appointments for clients with cold/flu like symptoms.
  • No appointments for clients who have travelled overseas within last 3 weeks.

Thank you for understanding that these measures are necessary for us to continue supporting our community in this time of great need.

Appointments can be booked online or by contacting our friendly reception team on:

Home office setup in 4 easy steps

With a lot of office workers now being urged to work from home, it is important to setup a healthy workstation. Here are some simple tips for creating a healthy home-office environment:

  1. Dedicated workspace
  2. Set your angles
  3. Office dress, office mentality
  4. Variation and mobility

Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre is now offering Telehealth online video conferencing consultations for clients unable to visit the Melbourne CBD. Here’s how to book a Telehealth consultation:

Or contact our friendly admin team any time:

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The sub-2 hour marathon

In 1954 Sir Roger Bannister became the first person to run under 4 minutes for the mile, a feat previously thought impossible. Once again, the impossible is looking vulnerable with the sub-2 hour marathon now being challenged.
During an 8 day window spanning 12–20 October this year, Vienna will host the second attempt by Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge to become the first person to run the full marathon distance (42.195km) in under 2 hours.
The special event called the Ineos 1:59 Challenge follows on from the Nike Breaking2 event in 2017 where Kipchoge ran an unofficial world record of 2:00:25 on a Formula 1 track in Monza, Italy. Kipchoge is the current official marathon world record holder, after running 2:01:39 at the 2018 Berlin marathon.
The 34 year old told Runner’s World after his near miss attempt in 2017, ‘I believe in good training and good preparation. If I have that, the 25 seconds will come.’

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