Everything You Need to Know About Neck Pain

Posted on: 18 February 2021
Most neck pain is experienced on the back, left or right side of the neck. You might also feel some pain in your shoulders or upper back and pain that radiates to your arm. Of course, your first reaction would be to visit your general practitioner, which is the right thing to do. The general practitioner is trained to examine or assess you and, based on what they find, offer treatment or refer you to another doctor for specialised care.
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How Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatment Can Make Your Life Easier

Posted on: 24 September 2020
Irritable bowel syndrome is a common and very frustrating condition that many people across Australia and the world have to deal with for their entire lives. Because there is no cure, many people just assume that they should do nothing at all and just put up with the condition as best they can. However, irritable bowel syndrome treatment has shown to be very effective in mitigating most of the bad side effects caused by the condition.
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Commonly Asked Questions About Gastroenterology

Posted on: 8 March 2019
When you need to speak to a gastroenterologist for a check-up, there are a lot of questions you have in mind, especially if it is your first time. The body cannot function properly if there is something wrong with your gastrointestinal system. You need to have some knowledge about gastroenterology before speaking to any professional. Here are common questions you need to ask so you will have the basic information that you need.
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3 Essential Guidelines for Recovering after Parathyroid Removal

Posted on: 22 May 2018
If you have a parathyroid disorder, your doctor might recommend the removal of the problematic gland. This surgical process is primarily used for dealing with hyperparathyroidism. This condition causes the enlargement or excess growth of the gland. If the overgrown parathyroid is left in place, it could cause overproduction of the parathyroid hormone. Over time, the excess hormone could cause numerous problems, including kidney stones, bone brittleness and nervous system malfunctions.
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