South Coast Sports Medicine

The Great Southern’s hub for achieving optimum health and sporting excellence through an integrated approach.

Leadership  ⚬  Clinical Excellence  ⚬  Care & Respect  ⚬  One Team

 ⚬  Leadership
 ⚬  Clinical Excellence
 ⚬  Care & Respect
 ⚬  One Team

Our Services

Musculoskeletal / Sports Medicine

  • Injury Management
  • Rehabilitation & Conditioning
  • Ultrasound Guided Injections
  • Posture & Biomechanics
  • Fracture Management

Exercise

  • Corrective Exercise
  • High Performance
  • Testing
  • Group Classes & T2DM Classes

Metabolic / Nutrition

  • ECAL
  • Nutritional Medicine
  • Naturopathy
  • Nutrition

Occupational Medicine

  • Workers Compensation
  • Corporate Health
  • Pre Employment Medicals

About South Coast Sports Medicine

South Coast Sports Medicine are highly trained co-located health professionals working collaboratively to improve people’s health and physical function through evidence-based diagnosis, treatment, exercise, nutrition and lifestyle interventions.

Our aim is to empower people in the Great Southern to realise their best health through an integrated approach to support self-management.

We are the provider of choice for sports medicine, integrative medicine, injury management, exercise rehabilitation and physical activity interventions. Our customers range from active sports people to those with chronic health and medical issues who can benefit from physical activity and individualised treatment.

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CLINICAL MEETING || Physio Sian spoke to the rest of the clinical team on the management of non-specific lower back pain. Lower back pain is commonly seen in our clinic and we are well equipped to help you with the best management strategies and advice from our diverse team of physio, exercise physiology, nutrition and sports doctors. ... See MoreSee Less

CLINICAL MEETING || Physio Sian spoke to the rest of the clinical team on the management of non-specific lower back pain. Lower back pain is commonly seen in our clinic and we are well equipped to help you with the best management strategies and advice from our diverse team of physio, exercise physiology, nutrition and sports doctors.

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As Tradies National Health Month comes to close, we share some valuable tips from the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

The team here at SCSM encourages you to prioritize your most valuable assets - your health.

For more information please don't hesitate to contact us on 98417363, or head to the Tradies National Health Month information on the APA website.
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As Tradies National Health Month comes to close, we share some valuable tips from the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

The team here at SCSM encourages you to prioritize your most valuable assets - your health. 

For more information please dont hesitate to contact us on 98417363, or head to the Tradies National Health Month information on the APA website.

Tradies National Health Month raises awareness of the health and injury risks affecting those who work in trade occupations.
We want to encourage tradies to look after their most valuable asset - their health.

- Structured Exercise -

How often do you perform structured exercise? Performing structured exercise is the number one management in controlling several metabolic conditions as well as and improving mental and physical health

Performing up to 30 minutes of aerobic activity each day in a great way to improve your overall health, allowing you to continue enjoying the things you love

You may think that because you work on your feet all day that you don't need to perform additional exercise however, targeted structured programs allow for your body to work at the required intensity to achieve these metabolic improvements, which a normal day's work does not always achieve

For a structured physical assessment or if you have any questions, contact us today discuss management options.
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TRADIES HEALTH MONTH || The nutrition team @southcoastsportsmed advocate for a whole food diet (#JERF), but we understand that busy lifestyles sometimes need a quick fix.

Adding protein powder as part of a smoothie can be a great way to keep your protein intake up, but how do you know which one is the best for you?

This is the stuff that helps you feel fuller for longer and keeps your muscles strong. Choose ONE of the following to make up the meaty portion of your bevy:

Whey protein – the most common of them all, fairly well tolerated, and very well researched and contains all of the amino acids you need

Rice protein – bland tasting, but great for vegans, gluten-avoiders and legume haters, but only contains some of the amino acids you need

Pea protein – better tasting than rice in my opinion, again, good for the animal lovers, gluten avoiders, but only has some of the amino acids. If you find a formula with both rice and pea mixed together and you’ll get the complete amino acid picture!

Soy protein – our least favourite, we just don't know how the refined version of this food behaves, so choose something else if you can

Egg - especially the white, but hey, lets not waste it, just eat the whole thing!

Protein powder either comes as a stand-alone food supplement or a complete meal replacement product. Think about whether you'll be adding lots of other foods & fibres to make the smoothie a meal (in which case, you'll just need the 'protein-only' version, or whether you want the whole meal in one powder, with no other add-ins necessary, in which case, you'll need the meal replacement version.

If you're a bit lost on how to adequately fuel your body for work and play, speak to our nutrition team today!
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TRADIES HEALTH MONTH || The nutrition team @southcoastsportsmed advocate for a whole food diet (#JERF), but we understand that busy lifestyles sometimes need a quick fix. 

Adding protein powder as part of a smoothie can be a great way to keep your protein intake up, but how do you know which one is the best for you?

This is the stuff that helps you feel fuller for longer and keeps your muscles strong.  Choose ONE of the following to make up the meaty portion of your bevy:

Whey protein – the most common of them all, fairly well tolerated, and very well researched and contains all of the amino acids you need

Rice protein – bland tasting, but great for vegans, gluten-avoiders and legume haters, but only contains some of the amino acids you need

Pea protein – better tasting than rice in my opinion, again, good for the animal lovers, gluten avoiders, but only has some of the amino acids.  If you find a formula with both rice and pea mixed together and you’ll get the complete amino acid picture!

Soy protein – our least favourite, we just dont know how the refined version of this food behaves, so choose something else if you can

Egg - especially the white, but hey, lets not waste it, just eat the whole thing!

Protein powder either comes as a stand-alone food supplement or a complete meal replacement product. Think about whether youll be adding lots of other foods & fibres to make the smoothie a meal (in which case, youll just need the protein-only version, or whether you want the whole meal in one powder, with no other add-ins necessary, in which case, youll need the meal replacement version. 

If youre a bit lost on how to adequately fuel your body for work and play, speak to our nutrition team today!

CLINICAL MEETING || Today Our Exercise Physiologist Georgie, educated us on the importance and benefits of exercise while pregnant.

When Georgie fell pregnant, she was amazed at the amount of conflicting information out there and realised how this can be quite overwhelming, especially in regards to knowing what’s safe and what’s not. If you are expecting or planning a baby, seeing our exercise team is a good place to start for some personalised and accurate advice.

In fact, Georgie recently created a pregnancy-safe swim and strength program for our nutritionist Kate, who mentioned this morning that she is feeling the benefits of this program everyday!
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CLINICAL MEETING || Today Our Exercise Physiologist Georgie, educated us on the importance and benefits of exercise while pregnant. 

When Georgie fell pregnant, she was amazed at the amount of conflicting information out there and realised how this can be quite overwhelming, especially in regards to knowing what’s safe and what’s not. If you are expecting or planning a baby, seeing our exercise team is a good place to start for some personalised and accurate advice.

In fact, Georgie recently created a pregnancy-safe swim and strength program for our nutritionist Kate, who mentioned this morning that she is feeling the benefits of this program everyday!

Our Team

The team at South Coast Sports Medicine provide a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the areas of fitness and medicine. Our highly qualified and friendly staff are here to provide treatment or help you achieve your optimal health.

Sports Doctor

Our Sports Doctors are trained in a range of areas, specialising in musculoskeletal assessment and treatment.

Our accredited exercise physiologists have extensive knowledge about the effects of exercise on the musculoskeletal system and prescribe a course of exercise for fitness, illnesses or rehabilitation.

An Integrated Medical Practitioner provides a holistic model of care that incorporates medical, behavioural, motivational and environmental principles in the management of lifestyle-related health problems.

Massage can provide a reduction in muscle tension and improves blood circulation as well as being a form of relaxation and stress relief.

Our physiotherapist services include expert assessment, accurate diagnosis and treatment of work, recreation or sport-related injuries…

Our nutritionist can assist with all aspects of nutritional treatment, including food intolerances, irritable bowel syndrome, eating plans, sports nutrition and guidance to a healthier lifestyle.

Our naturopath uses an evidence-based approach to use Herbal Medicine in a way that has an immense therapeutic benefit for our clients. 

Resources

Download Patient Registration forms and other useful resources from South Coast Sports Medicine. 

Book An Appointment

Book an appointment to see a South Coast Sports Medicine Specialist. No referrals are required to make an appointment. Sports Doctors and Physiotherapist appointments can be booked online and other services can be booked by email or by giving us a call.

Mon: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Tue – Thur: 8:30am – 6:30pm
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ri: 8:30am – 4:00pm

CALL (08) 9841 7363

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Important Notice About Emergency Care

Injury Care

At this critical time, we are doing our best to relieve pressure on the hospital by looking after people with acute injury or urgent care needs in our Acute Injury and Urgent Care Clinic. We can look after most acute injuries including minor fractures and wounds. 

Please call 9841 7363 to access this service.