How To Make Your Recovery From Surgery Go Smoothly

Recovering from surgery can be difficult, and it can be hard to devote time to your recovery and not rush back into everyday life. It can take a long time, as explained by Weiss & Paarz, with a simply appendectomy taking up to a month and a spinal surgery taking up to six months. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to make sure that your recovery goes as smoothly as possible. [Read More]

Three Ways Massages Reduce Inflammation in Sports Injuries

If you regularly engage in a sports activity of any kind, you've probably encountered an injury. From sprains and strains through to muscular tears, soft tissue injuries can see you disengage from your activity of choice. If you're experiencing pain and you don't want to over-rely on painkillers, it's worth considering massage therapy. It tackles pain from sports injuries by reducing inflammation, and you may find the way it achieves this quite interesting. [Read More]

How Seeing A Physio Can Change Your Life

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]

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]