If you’re paying for an extras policy then you’ve probably got cover for dental. And since you’re already paying for dental, the idea of paying any money out of pocket for treatment probably rubs you the wrong way. However, there is a solution and it’s called no-gap dental. What is a gap? Sometimes when using…

What Is Chiropractic Care?
At the heart, chiropractic care is looking for any sort of misalignment in the spinal column
that may lead to joint fixations that will then interfere with the central nervous system.
When you have these present, you are often going to be noticing high levels of
inflammation in that area of the spinal column as well as a lack of motion that can
eventually lead to joint degeneration.

Three questions you need to ask when choosing an IVF clinic. What Are the Clinic’s Success Rates? Your clinic should quote their success rate as Live Birth Rate (LBR), that is a baby in your arms, not just their pregnancy rate (positive pregnancy test) or clinical pregnancy rate (fetal heart rate pattern detected on early…

As a primary caregiver, doctors are on the front lines everyday with patients. As such, it’s their duty to ensure that their patients not only get the best care, but also make sure they can make an informed decision about their treatment options. One pain point for many Australians is health insurance, specifically knowing what…

While seniors in Australia are covered under the public health system and by various concession cards, the public system doesn’t cover everything. Keep reading to find out how you can benefit from seniors health insurance. Why get cover? As we get older, our health insurance needs change, which is why it’s important to review your…

Put Your Best Foot Forward at your Podiatry Appointment From sprained ankles to black toenails, corns, calluses and shin pain – your local podiatrist can help you with problems affecting your feet and lower limbs. In most cases, a referral is not required as consultations generally aren’t covered by Medicare. The exception may be if…

If you’ve found yourself struggling to get along with a family member, you’re not alone. Figures indicate that nearly 1 in 5 adult Australians has cut ties with a family member – usually a parent, a brother or a sister. Usually however, people tend to just put up with a toxic family member, even when…

You may have seen in the news that a recent study into low back pain management has highlighted a few issues within our care current system. If you are one of the 25% of Australian’s experience back pain on a daily basis or the 50% of Australian’s have experienced pain in the last month, this might be…

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