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Regaining my balance

After having a bad fall getting out of the shower, I've been really struggling to feel confident on my feet and regain my balance. I have been doing some physical therapy and getting some followup support from my medical team to help me regain my confidence. I want to be able to live as an independent person and not always be worrying about slipping and hurting myself again. This blog has some tips from other people who have recovered from serious injuries and falls, and regained their confidence in their balance. I hope it will help other people in their journey to regain their balance.

A Concise Summation On Posture Analysis And Why You Need It

14 February 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

You are probably aware of the fact that good posture is one of the key elements of overall wellness. Nonetheless, short of acquiring a severely painful injury, it is unlikely that you have ever thought about receiving a postural analysis. While this assessment is usually carried out when an individual has been injured, it is also advisable to see a medical professional on occasion to gain an idea of the condition of your spinal health, risk factors and even underlying issues that may have gone unnoticed. Read More …

Understanding The Treatment Options For Non-Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer

18 December 2019
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) refers to early-stage cancer that's present only in the lining of the bladder and not the deeper muscle tissue. The treatment options for NMIBC differ from muscle-invasive bladder cancer, and there are a few treatment options available. The recommended treatment is dependent upon whether it seems likely the cancer will spread or return post-treatment, which can be determined to some degree by diagnostic analysis. Here's an overview of the treatment options available for NMIBC: Read More …

3 Natural Ways to Treat Your Baby’s Positional Plagiocephaly Without Headgear

25 January 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If your doctor has informed you that your baby has positional plagiocephaly, you may be wondering what to do about it. The condition is caused by excess pressure on the skull due to the baby's daily positioning during sleep and play. While the condition isn't serious and almost always corrects itself with time, there are things you can do to speed up the process. Here are 3 natural ways to correct your baby's plagiocephaly without putting them in headgear, helmets, and bands at a young age. Read More …

How Pre-Marriage Counselling Can Divorce-Proof Your Relationship

24 January 2017
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It's commonly believed that around half of all marriages will end in divorce. While this number isn't accurate, statistics in Australia do show that one in three marriages don't succeed. If you're about to get married, you are probably more concerned about your upcoming wedding than worrying about the whether your marriage will end up in the divorce courts. However, marriage is about more than a beautiful dress and an exotic honeymoon. Read More …

4 Types of Footwear to Avoid When You Have an Ingrown Toenail

23 January 2017
 Categories: , Blog

The pain from an ingrown toenail can be intense. Wearing certain types of shoes can make it even worse, leaving you struggling to walk. Here are four types of footwear to avoid while you wait for an appointment with an ingrown toenail service. 1. Pointed Toe Shoes Shoes with pointed ends crowd your toes together, putting pressure on your ingrown toenail. This can cause intense pain and inflammation as the nail presses further into the skin. Read More …