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.

Restoring Positive Health in Albany, WA

South Coast Sports Medicine Building

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Of the 3046 push-ups you or your team are completing this year, 2320 of them represent men who lost their life to suicide in Australia in 2018. That’s over 75% of the total.
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Women experience mental health issues at higher rates than men, but men are less likely to seek help for them. Some spaces within our communities exist especially to support the mental health of the men in our lives, like the Men’s Shed.
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Men’s Sheds provide open workspaces where men can socialise, work, or help out their communities. If you or a male you know needs to talk to someone about mental health, Mensline is a national service for men providing referrals, counselling and support. Call 1300 78 99 78 (24 hours a day).
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Of the 3046 push-ups you or your team are completing this year, 2320 of them represent men who lost their life to suicide in Australia in 2018. That’s over 75% of the total.
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Women experience mental health issues at higher rates than men, but men are less likely to seek help for them. Some spaces within our communities exist especially to support the mental health of the men in our lives, like the Men’s Shed. 
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Men’s Sheds provide open workspaces where men can socialise, work, or help out their communities. If you or a male you know needs to talk to someone about mental health, Mensline is a national service for men providing referrals, counselling and support. Call 1300 78 99 78 (24 hours a day).

Kate is visiting our clinic in Albany TOMORROW! There is a spot for one more consultation, so if you'd like to see her in-person, rather than her usual Telehealth, call our reception team NOW 9841 7363 💁🏽‍♀️ ... See MoreSee Less

Kate is visiting our clinic in Albany TOMORROW! There is a spot for one more consultation, so if youd like to see her in-person, rather than her usual Telehealth, call our reception team NOW 9841 7363 💁🏽‍♀️

The glycaemic index is a value assigned to foods based on how slowly or how quickly those foods cause increases in blood sugar levels.
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Researchers have discovered that the low GI foods, which give us more stable blood sugar levels, can be useful for moderating our moods. In one example of a trial investigating the link between diet and mood, participants who stuck to a low-GI diet, with a glycaemic load of less than 125 per day, reported lower mood disturbance, fewer depressive-type symptoms, and lower levels of fatigue. Some examples of low-GI foods include sweet potatoes, multigrain bread, and basmati rice.
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The glycaemic index is a value assigned to foods based on how slowly or how quickly those foods cause increases in blood sugar levels. 
.
Researchers have discovered that the low GI foods, which give us more stable blood sugar levels, can be useful for moderating our moods. In one example of a trial investigating the link between diet and mood, participants who stuck to a low-GI diet, with a glycaemic load of less than 125 per day, reported lower mood disturbance, fewer depressive-type symptoms, and lower levels of fatigue. Some examples of low-GI foods include sweet potatoes, multigrain bread, and basmati rice.

The experience of psychological distress and mental ill health is higher amongst socioeconomically disadvantaged Australians.
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People living in areas of the greatest socioeconomic disadvantage are twice as likely to be experiencing psychological distress compared to those in high socioeconomic areas. (18.3% vs 9%).
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Some factors contributing to this inequality include financial distress, housing insecurity, higher rates of physical ill health, poorer access to mental health services, and greater exposure to crime, incarceration, and violence.
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Mental ill health can also contribute to socioeconomic disadvantage by making it more difficult to obtain and continue work. Around 25% of Australians who report having a mental health condition have experienced homelessness.
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The experience of psychological distress and mental ill health is higher amongst socioeconomically disadvantaged Australians. 
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People living in areas of the greatest socioeconomic disadvantage are twice as likely to be experiencing psychological distress compared to those in high socioeconomic areas. (18.3% vs 9%). 
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Some factors contributing to this inequality include financial distress, housing insecurity, higher rates of physical ill health, poorer access to mental health services, and greater exposure to crime, incarceration, and violence.
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Mental ill health can also contribute to socioeconomic disadvantage by making it more difficult to obtain and continue work. Around 25% of Australians who report having a mental health condition have experienced homelessness.

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
F
ri: 8:30am – 4:00pm

CALL (08) 9841 7363

Our Partners

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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.