Addressing pain with low-level laser therapy (cold therapy)

Addressing pain with low-level laser therapy (cold therapy)

Most healthcare providers and patients are often looking for alternatives to pharmaceutical therapies when addressing various, acute and chronic, painful and inflammatory conditions.

When inflammation becomes chronic it places the body under constant stress. This can interfere with your body’s healthy tissue function, resulting in permanent pain and disability, and can even result in genetic mutations that lead to diseases as diverse as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, or stroke – even depression. 

Low-level laser therapy (aka cold laser) is one non-invasive modality that is rapidly increasing in popularity in Australia with its use in a range of hospitals and medical clinics to help treat pain and inflammation, and to stimulate the body’s natural healing response. Until now Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) had been more largely accessible across Europe and the United States.

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Coeliac disease - what to do after you've been diagnosed

Coeliac disease - what to do after you've been diagnosed

Coeliac Disease is an autoimmune condition whereby exposure to gluten, a protein found in wheat, triggers an inflammatory response in the lining of the digestive tract. This inflammatory response can cause damage to the cells, resulting in local irritation and inflammation, a reduced absorption of nutrients, and potentially heighten the risk of gastrointestinal cancers.

How is Coeliac Disease detected? Do you really have to be that careful with gluten and how do you protect your gut moving forward?

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Women’s Health Week 2018

Women’s Health Week 2018

Raising awareness with women that health is an important priority in life and moving it from the bottom of your to-do-list to the top is definitely a wise move to make. Naturopath, Emma McLauglin, explains how you can reach your health goals in a holistic and fulfilling way.

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AGPAL Accredited Medical Practice

AGPAL Accredited Medical Practice

This general practice is AGPAL accredited – what does this mean? 

Being accredited means that our general practice is committed to a comprehensive program which involves:
•    Engaging our whole practice team to review our practice’s systems and processes
•    Opening our practice doors to allow a team of independent surveyors to assess how our practice operates
•    Assessment of our practice, and achievement of the nationally recognised Royal Australian College of General

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