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The Australian Minister for Health has today confirmed that all allied health businesses can continue working and are encouraged to do so. As long as it is safe for our patients, staff and community we will be here to help you. We are following and implementing...

Here at Brighton Spine and Sports Clinic we hope to be able to support our clients and colleagues during this difficult and confusing time. Our clinic is classified as an essential service, therefore we are following and implementing all guidelines from the Department of Health...

According to a study conducted by the University of Scranton, around 80 percent fail to keep their New Year’s resolutions, says US clinical psychologist Joseph Luciani. Roughly 55 percent of New Year’s resolutions were health-related, such as exercising more and eating healthier according to the science...

Are you looking for an appointment over Christmas? We may be able to help. Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Myotherapists and Pilates practitioners are available. Phone our reception team on 9596 7211 during our open hours to make an appointment or visit hotdoc anytime, day or night! The clinic...

If you want to come home without those extra kilos and with your blood glucose levels on track, it’s worth having a few strategies up your sleeve to make it easier to keep up a healthy lifestyle during the holidays. Amy Peng, our practising...

There has been a lot of discussion in the media about mental health over the past twelve months. The pressure and pace of modern society can take its toll on our mental wellbeing and it has been encouraging to see well known sportspeople and celebrities come...

As a result of the huge strides made by Cancer Australia in diagnosing breast cancer early and in treatment, more than nine out of ten women diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia will survive. But prevention is always better than cure. To raise awareness of the...