• A Short Guide to Basal Cell Carcinoma

    Basal cell carcinoma is a type of skin cancer which begins in the lower layer of the epidermis. It is less well known and can be more difficult to recognise than melanoma skin cancer, even though, as Cancer Council Australia explains, it accounts for around 70% of non-melanoma skin cancers. While it is not usually life-threatening and takes a long time to spread to other parts of the body, it is still important to be diagnosed as early as possible. [Read More]

  • Giving the Cold Shoulder? How Physiotherapy Can Help Treat Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

    Living with any condition that causes chronic pain can be a decidedly uncomfortable and stressful endeavour, but when this pain is accompanies by a loss of mobility your quality of life can be seriously affected. Shoulder impingement syndrome is one condition which can combine these distinctly unpleasant symptoms, and anybody who suffers from its symptoms for more than a few weeks should seek physiotherapy and other treatments at their earliest convenience. [Read More]

  • Relieving Back Pain When You're Stuck At The Office

    Having an inside desk job is nice when there's a heatwave outside, but sometimes sitting at a desk all day leads to niggling back and neck pain. If you have just started your first office job, there are several ways you can make sure this type of pain doesn't happen to you, so consider which ones are most relevant to your situation. Learn desk zen Since you have not worked in an office before, you're not aware of the perfect position for your body, so you should create a level of zen which does not put undue stress on your body. [Read More]