In this 7 part pain series Craig Harrison talks about persistent and complex pain. In part 1 he explores what it means when we talk about the word 'pain'. Specifically, how certain situations and experiences can influence our reaction towards stimuli, that may or may not elicit a painful response.
At age 29, Kahi Puru was crushed in a forklift accident at work. His left leg was amputated at the hip and doctors feared that he would not survive the accident. But, believing in the power of positive thought, Kahi defied the odds and went on to become a world-class athlete
A big part of setting future goals is to take a moment, look in our own rear view mirror and reflect on our progress to date. In this month’s blog, we are going focus on some user friendly ways to measure your progress towards your goals and revisit the idea of SMART goal setting to help you keep on track. *as seen in Membership Matters, June 2015 edition (published by Diabetes Australia Victoria)*
Vestibular disorders are a common presentation for our Vestibular Physiotherapist Peter Vitale. It can be distressing learning that you have a Vestibular condition and the first step in managing it is understanding what it is.