To ensure the health and safety of our staff and patients we require all patients and visitors attending the clinic to wear a face covering at all times. No entry will be permitted without the wearing of a face covering.If you have flu-like symptoms including a temperature and have recently returned from overseas or if you suspect that you may have the novel Coronavirus, please call ahead to let our staff know before attending. Alternatively, please call the dedicated national hotline on 1800675398 or visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/novelcoronavirus for further information.
As well as traditional GP services our clinic also offers:
Collection centre on site.
Chronic Health Management
Our clinic has a distinct role utilising our nurse and GP and is focussed on improving chronic medical problems. Our patients can access Medicare initiatives for subsidised allied health assistance.
Healthy levels of iron are critical for muscle strength, energy and good mental function. Iron helps make haemoglobin—the part of our red blood cells that carries oxygen around our body. If your body does not make enough haemoglobin, then this might explain why you feel tired or why you’re not able to do normal daily activities.
At Modern Medical, we want our patients to stay well and live well. Our new patient wellness program, Health Matters, is designed to help you and your family achieve their best health this and every year. If you haven’t yet taken the opportunity to book in for a health assessment, call us today and we’ll help you get on the right path to living and staying well.
Early detection of melanoma and other skin cancers increases your chance of avoiding surgery—or worse. Checking your skin regularly for signs of skin cancer is a vital step in early detection. Get the guide on how to conduct a self skin check: How self-skin checks could help save your life.
Asthma & COPD treatment
Asthma is a long-term lung condition. We encourage our patients to follow a daily management plan. Learn more by reading: Asthma 101.
24 Hour BP machine
Enhancing the way Hypertension (high blood pressure) is managed.
We are a certified travel vaccination provider in Melbourne and offer a complete travel advisory service. See us 6 weeks before you travel. Let us know if you need a travel consult when booking your appointment, and bring your travel itinerary.
After Hours Support
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Osteoporosis occurs when our bones lose minerals (e.g. calcium) which makes them less dense and more brittle. Affecting over 1 million Australians, it leads to a higher risk of breaks. Regular exercise and a higher calcium and vitamin D intake are all ways to prevent osteoporosis.
Foods rich in calcium (spinach, kale, okra) and vitamin D (cheese, salmon, tuna fish) that help to improve your bone density. It is the intake of both types of food that makes it work. Vitamin D helps to convert calcium into its active form—where it can actually make a difference.
The addition of physical exercise plays an important preventative and treatment role in improving bone density, the type of exercise is critical. To get the most out of your exercise, it must be regular (at least 3 times per week) and progressive.
A progressive exercise program focuses on gradually increasing the amount of weights and the level of difficulty. Weight bearing exercises is done while on your feet. Where you can bear down using your own weight.
While more cardio focused exercises are great for your overall health, it's the weight bearing aspect of the following list that are more effective for bone health:
That is why a GP and a Physio are the perfect team to diagnose and develop a treatment plan. Your treatment team can help you increase your mobility so that you can tackle greater resistance and weight bearing exercises.
For the more elderly population, the team can also improve your mobility with exercises that assist with balance, muscle strength and improve done density to help reduce falls. Improved balance is great for people looking to be more mobile and to experience less discomfort when exercising.
At Modern Medical Glenroy, we’re privileged to have LifeCare located right below our centre. LifeCare are leaders in physiotherapy & podiatry and together we can support and guide you on your journey towards better health outcomes.
Ms Gina Liuzzi is a general psychologist. She has had over 8 years of clinical experience working in private, corporate and community settings with young people, adults, couples and families.
Gina has a warm, empathic and supportive therapeutic style. She prides herself in being receptive to each client’s presenting needs and flexible in using treatment modalities. Gina works with each client to draw out their personal strengths and adapt different strategies to encourage positive change in their lives.
Gina Provides Services to adolescents, children, couples and adults.
Simone has worked as an accredited practicing dietitian for over 25 years. She has a passion for enabling people to enjoy food whilst maximising their health and performance! Simone has a proven track record of success as an Advanced Sports Dietitian working the last 11 years at Hawthorn AFL Football Club and previously with The Australian Men’s Cricket Team, Melbourne Storm rugby league and numerous other Men’s elite sporting codes.
She has worked in private practice empowering people to use nutrition as a tool to maximise health, whether it be for heart disease, diabetes, gut issues, wellbeing, sport or more, Simone will share her nutrition knowledge to assist you.
She is president of Sports Dietitians Australia and is a media spokesperson for the Dietitians Association of Australia, Her first book, ‘Eat like an Athlete’, was published in February 2019 and is on book shelves.
To make an appointment with Simone, call our friendly reception team: 03 8311 4204