Welcome to The Hip & Groin Clinic

We’re a team of leading Hip & Groin Physiotherapists striving to provide clinical excellence to patients and an educational pathway for clinicians.

Patient Information

Our Physiotherapists are leaders in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of hip and groin complaints.

About us

Physiotherapists Andrew Wallis, Alesha Coonan, Michael O’Brien and Charlotte Ganderton form The Hip & Groin Clinic Team.

Upcoming courses

Covid19 – Course Information

In the current climate, we at The Hip & Groin Clinic, feel that we should update you on our stance regarding Covid-19. Although it seems an obvious statement, our greatest priority is the health and safety of our team members and course participants. As such, we will continue to monitor the evolving advice and restrictions issued by the government and the AMA.

Following many discussions, we can confirm that at this stage the 2020 course schedule will run as planned. It seems inevitable that there will be some enforced alterations, but we expect that this will not affect every course. Given the current lack of uncertainty it is hard to “crystal ball” but we will notify you immediately of any change to the course status.

In the meantime, we urge you all to continue to follow any advice issued by your state or territory association and relevant government health authorities in order to ensure your health and wellbeing. https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert or Hotline 1800 020 080

Thank you to all for your continued support.

We understand that every participant may have individual concerns or questions, so please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Katherine Wallis

0438 799 130


Professional development sessions

Andrew Wallis and his colleagues are available for tailored professional development sessions in Melbourne and interstate.

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In this current environment, TeleHealth has become an essential option for health care. The Hip & Groin Clinic fully embrace the importance of TeleHealth but understand that you, the patient, [...]


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