Lymphoedema is estimated to affect between 54 and 98% of people with head and neck cancer. The good news is that improvements can be made in tissues, swelling, range of motion and pain from HNL with complex lymphoedema therapy. Read on to find out more.
1 in 5 Australians suffer from persistent or chronic pain. It is a debilitating, disabling, overwhelming, frustrating and confusing condition, and for many people, it is a condition that they manage alone …. [Read More]
The month of October is breast cancer awareness month so I wanted to write about an issue that is so common in cancer … fatigue. Fatigue is often poorly understood by both those who experience it as well as by the greater community. Read on to find out about the causes of cancer related fatigue and strategies that can help you take back control. [Read more]
Today I want to introduce one of my favourite therapy tools, the low level laser. Now you may be asking yourself, what would physiotherapists be doing with laser?? No, we have not branched out into the hair removal business nor are we leveling out our therapy room. I actually use this little beauty to assist in improving pain and scarring, to heal wounds, to reduce skin inflammation as well as to break down thickened tissues and even improve lymphoedema. [Read more]