When we think of physiotherapists, most of us picture their patients to be people with sports-related injuries or people who are recovering from some sort of physical trauma, e.g., a car accident. While physiotherapists certainly do work with those people, the bulk of their clientele are people with no serious injuries or sports trauma but rather regular Australians with their own, more minor, aches and pains that they help treat. What these people are taking advantage of is the benefits that a physio can also provide for you and what we are talking about in this article. [Read More]
Why Is Skin Cancer a Worry for Everyone?
Sometimes statistics can be super scary. If you're squeamish, perhaps you should stop reading now before you learn that two thirds of Australians are expected to be diagnosed with some form of skin cancer before they get to their 'seventies. As you are statistically at risk, you need to spend more time looking in the mirror or getting a loved one to help check for early signs. What should you be on the lookout for, in particular? [Read More]
Things Not to Say When Applying for a Medical Physician Vacancy
So, you're a polished and experienced medical physician. You've just applied for a medical physician vacancy and you've landed an interview. Congratulations! Now all you need to do is sail through the interview to get the job. However, things don't always go to plan. In this article, we'll talk about the things you should never say when applying for a medical physician vacancy so that you can avoid them and nail that interview. [Read More]
The Problems That Could Stop You Wearing Contact Lenses
Contact lenses have changed the lives of many a glasses-wearer, allowing them to see clearly in situations where it's impractical or undesirable to wear their specs. While contact lenses can take a little bit of getting used to, most people who have them master the technique of putting them in and removing them fairly quickly. Unfortunately, there are some people who might never get the opportunity to try. Although contacts are suitable for the majority of people with poor eyesight, there are some who may not be able to wear them. [Read More]