Chronic Disease Management aims to manage the health care of people with chronic or terminal medical conditions, including those requiring multidisciplinary, team-based care from a GP and other health or care providers
Diabetes is a condition characterised by high levels of glucose (or sugar) in the blood. When a person has a high blood sugar level they are said to be hyperglycaemic.
Glucose is essential for providing the body with energy. The body converts many of the foods that we eat into glucose. A hormone called insulin is required to transfer glucose from the bloodstream to the body’s cells.
Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers. 90% of skin cancers are due to overexposure to UV light, either from the sun or solariums. The best way to survive skin cancer Is early diagnosis and treatment.
Today you had your procedure and there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure the best outcomes for any post-procedure wound/s.
Your blood pressure rises with each heartbeat and falls when your heart relaxes between beats.
Your blood pressure can vary dependant on:
Normal blood pressure is typically less than 120 systolic (pumping) / 80 diastolic (resting) mm Hg for an adult age 20 or over. It is during the diastolic phase that the heart infuses the blood with oxygen.
Asthma is a chronic or recurrent respiratory condition characterised by episodes of breathing difficulty, coughing and wheezing. Around one in nine people in Australia suffer from asthma. Asthma can begin at any age though it is rarely diagnosed before the age of 2 years.
Sports Medicine covers many musculoskeletal problems and pain.
They can be related to age-related degeneration or s specific injury and cover the following anatomical areas:
At My Health City we offer and Work-Related Injury treatments. Our motivated and highly qualified team of doctors, nurses and practice staff are dedicated to providing all patients with the best possible care. We also have a fully functional treatment room with registered nurses.