3 Key Signs That You Need Orthopedic Shoes
5 December 2019
Your feet, just like every other part of your body, deserve care and attention. Problems in your feet can lead to problems in your back. If you are diabetic, arthritic or obese, you are at a higher risk of developing foot problems. You should make time to have a podiatrist look at your feet. Podiatry is a branch of medicine that specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of foot problems. Your podiatrist can help you with foot problems you may have.
Why Rechargeable Hearing Aids Are The Future For The Hearing Impaired
29 October 2019
Approximately 14.5% of the Australian population has some form of hearing loss which makes it one of the most common chronic problems affecting the entire country. This number is also only expected to get higher as people live longer and therefore the elderly population increases. Due to this, Australia has been involved with hearing aids for a long time, and one of the largest hearing aid companies in the world was founded in Sydney.
Questions to Ask Your Osteopath Before Back Pain Treatment
17 September 2019
Osteopathy is a whole-body approach to treating musculoskeletal disorders, typically by using massage or manipulations. It can be an effective part of a treatment package for back pain, but it will work best if you understand your treatment. Here are some questions you might want to ask before your appointment.
What type of treatment will I receive?
Osteopathy is a hands-on treatment that attempts to improve the functioning of your entire bone and muscle system.
3 Signs Your GP May Need to Check Your Blisters
25 July 2019
While blisters may be troublesome for a while, you don't usually need any medical help to get rid of them. However, sometimes, blisters can be more of a problem and you may need to see your GP to have them checked out and treated.
What are the signs that you may need to see a doctor about your blisters?
1. Your Blisters Affect Mobility
If you have a regular friction blister that happened after wearing a new pair of shoes, then you can usually manage the blister until your body deals with it.