1046 Howitt Street Wendouree
03 5335 3200

Research Studies

Allied Health Care for the Ballarat Region

Lake Health Group prides itself on being an industry leader and practicing evidenced based allied health care. Adding weight to this statement is our involvement in a cutting edge research study on hip injuries led by one of our most experienced therapists and researcher, Dr Joanne Kemp. In conjunction with Latrobe University, Jo initially ran a pilot study into hip injuries and as a result of its success (Jo won the Australian Physiotherapy Association prize for best sports paper in 2017), a fully funded research project was launched based on this initial study. This study is currently running , with Jo and Latrobe always looking for participants to join the study locally at the Howitt Street Clinic. Contact Sally Coburn (0484 761 237) for further details. Another study that has just been completed is the Latrobe University ‘Globe’ study. It involved hips, but investigated a different type of hip injury.

Details for the physioFirst Study

Small Group and GLA:D Classes Recommencing

Commencing 5th October 2020 Lake Health Group will restart our GLA:D classes as well as 2 on 1 group classes.

This is in line with Victorian Government requirements relating to COVID19  restrictions in regional Victoria.

To be eligible to take part, participants must meet one or both of the following criteria:

1. To prevent a deterioration in someone’s functional dependence.

2. Pre or post operative care.

To confirm your eligibility or to make a booking please contact reception on 53353200

Please note our gym and Pilates area will remain closed until further notice. We thank you for your understanding.

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If you are showing flu like symptoms including:

Sore throat

Cough

Fever

Shortness of breath

OR have travelled overseas and/or been in close contact with someone who is a confirmed coronavirus case within the last two weeks.

Please do not come into the clinic and call 5335 3200 to cancel your appointment.

This is extremely important for the health of all clients and staff.

We thank you for your patience at this time.

Updated 1st  October 2020