We are proud to have the following businesses as part of our 'family'. If you can't find what you're looking for, ask Barb. We have lots of contacts.
Paul Visentini has been involved with us for many years, since he was working in Alphington. Paul has now moved to Brighton East, so we don't see as much of him as we used to. He remains a great physio.
Paul and his crew also offer direct contact with your physio at any time for immediate injury advice, priority appointments and sponsor rates to our athletes. To receive this, you will need a Sponsor Athlete Card (ask Barb for one). The Card also gives you discounts at Echo Shoes Hampton and Shoe Logic in the City.
429 Nepean Highway, Brighton East, 3187
If you can't make it to Footscray, Williamstown or Brighton, we can also recommend the following physios/sports medicine clinics:
Windy Hill Physiotherapy, 86 Napier St, Essendon.
Ask for Paul Wise or Bruce Connor. They will keep your coach informed of your progress and training limitations.
Peak Physiotherapy, Kew. Ask for Andrew Kokinos. He will keep your coach informed of your progress and training limitations. Andrew understands runners and triathletes, as he is a runner himself who has completed a marathon and a half ironman.
Nutritionist: Damian Green APD, Essendon and East Melbourne
333 Keilor Rd Essendon 3040
5/206 Albert Street, East Melbourne 3002Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychologist: Angelo Pagano,
Melton Office - this link is to his Melton office, he also has an office in Ascot Vale.
Sports Psych: Dane Barclay, The Performance and Sports Psychology Clinic, Richmond & Highett
Mark Gibson and Sally Russell at Doutta Galla Yoga Studio, 1A Warrick St, Ascot Vale.
Mark has run a number of series of 'Yoga for Athletes' classes for us.