Physiotherapists use manual therapy techniques, such as massage and exercise, to help people manage pain and prevent disease. They also provide education and advice for patients of all ages.
A mental health professional who uses psychological evaluations and talk therapy to help people learn to better cope with life and relationship issues and mental health conditions.
Dietitians specialise in food, diet management, and nutrition for people who may be affected by health conditions such as diabetes, obesity, cancer, heart disease, renal disease, gastrointestinal diseases, and food allergies. They can significantly reduce the risk of developing chronic disease through education about a balanced diet.
Podiatry deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of medical and surgical conditions of the feet and lower limbs. Podiatrists treat and manage conditions resulting from disorders like arthritis, circulatory disease, neurological diseases, and muscular pathologies.
Chiropractors focus on diagnosing and treating the misalignment of joints which can cause other disorders that affect the nerves, muscles, and organs. They use non-surgical treatments, such as spinal manipulation and mobilisation, to treat patients with back or leg pain (sciatica), neck pain, repetitive strain injuries and even headaches.
Get the diabetes education and support you need. Learning about the symptoms of serious complications can help you be proactive about your health. Learning how to manage your diet and other daily habits can help you stay healthy.
Book your appointments now!
For a convenient way to make an appointment with Burwood Bricksworks Medical Centre, click on BOOK NOW.