Geriatric community care
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Geriatric community care

Our health care clinic has been in operation for 80 years, and some of our patients have been coming here since they were children. We pride ourselves on providing balanced medical care that looks at all aspects of a patient's wellbeing, including their mood, mental health, social connection as well as their physical health. As many of our patients are older, we've become specialists in geriatric care and help patients to stay at home as long as possible. We find that happy and connected seniors tend to be healthy. Our blog is all about holistic care for older patients in a health care clinic.

Geriatric community care

  • Planning to Prevent Spinal Pain

    21 December 2017

    Spinal pain is an all-too-common health problem that many Australians suffer from. Seeking clinical advice is always a good idea, as doctors or physios will be able to tailor their advice to your situation specifically. In most cases, quick relief can be found by using heat or ice packs (whichever you find more soothing).  However, therapeutic relief or and preventative action can be achieved in the form of an exercise plan with frequent stretching.

  • How to stay healthy when training for a marathon

    18 October 2016

    Training for a marathon is a very physically demanding process, which can place a great deal of strain on your body. Because of this, it's important to be sensible in your approach to training. Here are a few tips which should help to keep you healthy and happy during your marathon preparations. Increase distances and speed slowly One of the biggest mistakes made by novice runners is attempting to increase their speed or their mileage before they are physically ready to do so.

  • 3 Actionable Guidelines If You Suspect You're At Risk Of Melanoma Skin Cancer

    2 September 2016

    Melanoma skin cancer is one of the top three types of cancer in Australia with reports estimating that two out of three Australian residents are at risk of developing the condition by the age of 70. Data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare indicates that 13,283 cases of melanoma skin cancer were detected in 2016. The good news is that early detection can easily be treated at a skin cancer clinic.

  • How to Tell If Your Baby Has Hearing Problems… And What To Do About It

    1 September 2016

    Babies can't talk and don't understand language, so how can you tell if they can't hear? There are some subtle signs of hearing loss in infants, but you have to pay close attention to spot them. Use these tips to assess your baby's hearing and learn what to do if he or she can't hear well. Know What Normal Hearing Development Looks Like Babies that can hear normally show strong reactions to sounds, such as looking toward the source.

  • Tricks To Help Ease The Drawbacks Of Dyslexia

    23 August 2016

    Dyslexia is often under-diagnosed and frequently misunderstood, but it can have a big impact on the lives of the people who have it. There's evidence to suggest that people with dyslexia are better at identifying patterns and other visual information than non-dyslexics, are often more persistent and better at creative thinking, and develop minds that work in unusually effective ways. Nothing is without drawbacks, however, and the struggles people with dyslexia have with the written word and memorising verbal information can have a profound effect on their experience of education and their lives as a whole.