With the Frankston Dolphins Football Club re-entering the VFL competition in 2018, Peninsula Sports Medicine Group (PSMG) has recently been appointed Physiotherapists for the Senior Men’s and Women’s teams for next season.

Peninsula Sports Medicine Group has been involved in AFL within the local community for over 28 years with many of its physiotherapists having previously been part of elite clubs like St Kilda.

PSMG brings a high level of expertise to the table. The Frankston Dolphins teams will be looked after by APA Sports Physiotherapist, Jack Dix. Jack holds a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy and is currently working on a PhD. in “Prevention of ACL injuries in female footballers”. This body of research is at the forefront of the sport, supported by the significant growth of the AFLW in the last couple of years.

Lachlan Goodison, Director, from Peninsula Sports Medicine Group, said the appointment reflects PSMG’s strong commitment to community sport within Melbourne’s south.

“It is great to see the Dolphins resurrected. Their disappearance from the VFL competition in 2017 left a big hole in the talent pathway for youngsters in Frankston and Peninsula area”

“We’re looking forward to working with the Dolphins coaching and playing groups to provide the latest evidence based knowledge, education and hands-on physio skills to assist in the preparation for a successful 2018 campaign”

“We are absolutely passionate about being ingrained in our local community. Being injured is a frustrating time for any player. Actually talking to players about how injuries occur, the causes, how injuries can be prevented and what they should do to ensure an optimal recovery is a really important part of what we deliver”.

Peninsula Sports Medicine Group has clinics located in Dandenong, Edithvale, Elsternwick, Langwarrin, Mornington, Rosebud and Somerville.

To make an appointment you can Book Online or contact your local clinic.

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