The Sports Injury Clinic is passionate about helping our community to remain injury-free and proactive about their health. We want our clients to be the best possible versions of themselves. To make this happen, we have created a workplace that seeks to nurture our team, who in turn enable our clients to achieve their health goals. Our clients reflect the diversity of our community — teachers, ambulance drivers, police officers, doctors, surgeons and people from all walks of life on whom the community relies on a day-to-day basis.
My passion is people and providing a workplace that is inclusive and compassionate, a place that our team can call their second family. While celebrating International Women’s Day, we reflect on what makes the Sports Injury Clinic tick. Women and men can access working hours that suit their family lives and outside interests — they can attend their child’s first day of school or travel with sporting teams to the Olympic Games. One of my mantras is “Life happens” — some good experiences and some bad. Whatever is going on in the lives of our team that may impact on their working hours, we work out a solution that works for everyone and we ‘live life’.
We take the good and the not-so-good from our experiences, and with a spoonful of care we create a happy, nurturing environment for the team.
I am grateful to be able to follow my dreams and participate in an active, challenging working life and at the same time enjoy my life as a mother, sister, daughter and friend in the wonderful community in which we live today.
THE SPORTS INJURY CLINIC
A: 365-367 Nepean Highway, Frankston
T: 9783 9990