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Running is a great way to stay fit and healthy, but it can also be hard on your body. Repetitive overuse of muscles, tendons, and joints can lead to injuries, especially if you're not careful. If you're a runner, it's important to be aware of the...

Sleep is essential for good physical and mental health. It helps our bodies to repair themselves, our brains to consolidate memories, and our mood to be regulated. However, many people struggle with sleep problems, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, and restless legs syndrome. Allied health practitioners...

Bones. Most people don’t think about them until they need to. But your bones are living tissue. They need to be cared for just like any other part of your body. They are constantly in a state of renewal, which makes building and maintaining bones...

Allied health professionals play a vital role in stroke rehabilitation. They work with stroke survivors to help them regain their independence and quality of life. Through a collaborative approach, these experts, including physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, and others, work together to address the...

Allied health professionals play a crucial role in supporting individuals with Motor Neuron Disease (MND). MND is a progressive neurological disorder that affects nerve cells responsible for controlling voluntary muscle movement. The condition leads to muscle weakness, paralysis, and, eventually, respiratory failure. While it's important...