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    • MAY 22, 2020
    Exercise is “medicine” for people with cancer

    Exercise is “medicine” for people with cancer

    “Exercise is “medicine” for people with cancer” says Accredited Exercise Physiologist Aden Reynolds announcing Eurobodalla Health and Fitness will continue to run their successful oncology exercise programme. Launched in 2019, their programme is specifically designed to support people in our community to better manage their cancer diagnosis. “We know that a structured exercise program has many benefits for people managing a cancer diagnosis. An exercise program can be positive for both physical and mental health.”
    To find out more about the benefits of the programme and to download the free e-book click on the read more link.

    Hamish Gorman, Aden Reynolds and the Eurobodalla Health and Fitness team work in association with our Queen Street Medical clinical team and are located at our Moruya practice weekly on Thursdays.

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    • DECEMBER 19, 2019
    Avoiding dehydration – a risk for babies and children in hot weather

    Avoiding dehydration – a risk for babies and children in hot weather

    With record hot temperatures across the state, our registered practice nurse Kate Tiller advises it’s important to be particularly aware of dehydration. Dehydration happens when your body loses more fluid than it’s been taking in. Kate, who holds qualifications and experience in paediatric nursing,  is keen for parents and carers to be aware that infants and children are at greater risk of becoming dehydrated. See Kate’s article and download The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne fact sheet.

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    • JULY 18, 2019
    Chronic pain management group starts 9 October 2019

    Chronic pain management group starts 9 October 2019

    If you suffer with chronic pain our second six week group programme aims to help you learn how to self-manage your pain and other symptoms. Starting Wednesday, 9 October 2019, this no-fee programme will be conducted for up to 10 patients by GP Dr Aidan Lawrence and Exercise Physiologist Hamish Gorman. You will need a referral from your usual GP for an initial consultation with Dr Lawrence.

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    • APRIL 23, 2019
    In praise of  feet – show them you care.

    In praise of feet – show them you care.

    Our feet provide balance and posture, supporting the whole weight of the body when standing and mobilising, often for many hours without rest. Many of us tend to neglect our feet, seldom stopping to consider how important they are to our daily function and well-being, until injury or pain stops us in our tracks! Our registered practice nurse Vivienne shares her expertise and good advice on how to take good care of this remarkable piece of engineering.

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