Dealing with chronic health care issues

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Dealing with chronic health care issues

I used to be really healthy, until I got glandular fever in my mid twenties. I got really sick and it took me a lot of time, and consultations, with different health professionals to get my issues under control. My local health clinic became my second home as I worked throug my muscle soreness with my physiotherapist, my nutritional issues with my nutrionist and got all of my blood tests and x-rays done as well. Having them all in one place made my recovery much easier. This site is my exploration of health care clinics and how they help all arms of the medical profession work together.


Latest Posts

A Guide to Women's Health: Balancing Physical & Mental Wellbeing
18 September 2023

Women of all ages find themselves juggling work, f

Understanding Uterine Cancer
10 October 2022

Uterine cancer can develop in any part of your ute

Managing Heavy Wax Build Up in Your Ears
28 February 2022

Experiencing wax buildup in your ears can feel fru

Dietary Modifications That Can Help You Make the Most of Your IBS Treatment
22 October 2021

Living with IBS can be a challenging experience. F

3 Causes of Neck Pain and Why Immediate Treatment Is Necessary
14 January 2021

If you have been struggling with neck pain recentl

A Brief Guide To Thyroid Cancer

Thyroid cancer is a relatively common cancer, with tens of thousands of people worldwide being diagnosed with it every year. However, many people do not understand what it is, how to spot it, and how it can be treated. This short guide explains some of the details about thyroid cancer, as well as what you should be looking out for and what treatments you can expect. Thyroid Cancer Explained  The term 'thyroid cancer' refers to all types of cancer of the thyroid, which is a small endocrine gland located in the neck that helps in the regulation and production of hormones. Read More 

Preparing For Your Colonoscopy: What You Need to Know

When your gastroenterologist told you that you need a colonoscopy, you probably weren't exactly overjoyed. However, there's good news: your colonoscopy can be a much smoother and easier procedure than you might think if you prepare for it properly. Your gastroenterologist will give you specific preparation instructions a week or two ahead of the procedure, and to get the best results you should follow them strictly. Read on to learn about how most gastroenterologists tell their patients to prepare for a colonoscopy. Read More 

Why an Endoscopy is Sometimes Necessary

Eating and digestion are essential parts of daily life. These activities ensure that your body receives the necessary nutrients that keep you healthy. However, what you eat and digest can sometimes lead to infections and damage to your digestive system. In cases where patients experience stomach pain, ulcers, bleeding along the digestive tract or other digestive issues, an endoscopy is sometimes necessary to diagnose the problem and recommend appropriate treatment. Read More