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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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    • JANUARY 6, 2019
    Join our Diabetes Exercise and Diet Group – every Friday at Moruya

    Join our Diabetes Exercise and Diet Group – every Friday at Moruya

    If you have Type 2 Diabetes and would like to improve your health and fitness this year why not join our weekly group programme – it’s bulk billed and run by Exercise Physiologist Aden Reynolds and our Dietitian/Diabetes Educator Carole Richards. Working at your own pace, your supervised hour-long session is conducted over eight weeks on Fridays starting at 11.30am at our Queen Street Medical Centre meeting room.

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    • APRIL 4, 2018
    Happy travels Annie and congrats Shelley

    Happy travels Annie and congrats Shelley

    We know so many of  you will know and love our nurse manager Annie Williams RN.  After nine dedicated years with us here at Queen Street Medical, Annie is taking a six month “geographical sabbatical” to travel and spend some more time with her family. We are sending her off with our collective good wishes but as the saying goes “we are missing you already Annie” and eagerly awaiting your return in October! Annie has also felt the time has come to hand over her demanding management role and we are delighted to congratulate Shelley Pritchett RN who has enthusiastically accepted the position.  Shelley has been a senior member of our nursing team for almost five years and we are delighted to welcome her to her new role. Our nursing team has expanded considerably over the past few years – we now have eight nurses on our team. Our nurses

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