6 Bathroom Additions to Make Showering from a Wheelchair Safer & Easier

8 October 2018
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Research shows that 4.4 percent of disabled people in Australia use a wheelchair, and those people often need to make changes to their homes to accommodate one. When a home is being converted for wheelchair use, the bathroom is one of the key areas. Many wheelchair users have separate shower wheelchairs they use to wash themselves in. Here are six things you should consider adding to make the showering experience safer and more convenient for those who need disability care.
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Different Forms of Physio Your Health Service Provider May Offer

29 May 2018
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People typically associate massage therapy with rest and relaxation, but this is not its sole purpose. Physiotherapy is one branch of this treatment that focusses on wellness and treating physical ailments that the patient is suffering from. Since physiotherapy does encompass a wide range of medical problems, it is critical for you to have the treatment customised to the patient's needs. The can only be done by through an extensive checkup by a medical professional to discern what is ailing the patient and then prescribe the best form of physiotherapy to suit the patient's specific diagnosis.
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From Brow Lifts to Botox: Quick and Rejuvenating Cosmetic Procedures

22 November 2017
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Most people think of a nose job, or other forms of facial insert surgery, when facial cosmetic procedures are mentioned. With new technology, there's no need to opt for such extreme options to change the appearance of your face. Simple, quick cosmetic procedures such as an eyebrow lift are available for those who want a little facial rejuvenation without inserting plastic or fillers. These procedures won't change the structure or shape of your face, but they will make you look younger and fix common facial problems such as drooping eyelids.
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Two Situations in Which You Should Make an Appointment With Your Optometrist

20 November 2017
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There are certain situations in which you should visit your optometrist as soon as possible. Read on to find out what these situations are. Both your short and long-distance vision have suddenly become blurred More often than not, blurred vision is simply a sign that you need to have your prescription for your glasses or contact lenses updated. However, if you notice that your vision has suddenly become extremely blurry, it is important not to postpone your visit to the local optometrist, as in some cases, this issue can be a symptom of a more serious eye condition which requires immediate treatment in order to halt its progression.
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Melanoma - Learn To Spot the Signs of Potential Risk

13 November 2017
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All forms of skin cancer pose a serious risk to your health, but undoubtedly, melanoma is one of the more deadly types that you could develop. One of the reasons why melanomas are so dangerous is because they typically are not easy to detect. A good number of people tend to mistake them for being your run of the mill mole and ignoring them, which gives the cancer ample time to spread.
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How to Improve Your Health

If you are anything like me, you will do all you can to avoid having to maintain your health. When I was younger, I didn't have to anything to stay healthy. I thought it would always be this way. However, as I got older, I realised that I wasn't the case. I put on a lot of weight and I started to get pains in my knees. I went to see the doctor and he recommended that I change my diet and exercise. My doctor has been really helpful and he even helped me to solve my joint pain. I hope this blog encourages you to improve your health.