Are you suffering With Back pain during pregnancy?

Dr Shazia Shadab (PT), lead physiotherapist at a leading chain of maternity hospitals, explains, “Pelvic girdle issue (lower-back pain) is very common during pregnancy — 80 per cent women suffer from it, but no one thinks that it can be treated.  Things are so bad that when a pregnant woman...

Tinnitus Relief

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in considerable stress, oppression and distress. More patients with Tinnitus and Hyperacusis are consulting our practitioners. The following are what different patients report on what has helped them to reduce the intensity and volume of their tinnitus. These strategies are not exhaustive and can vary...

COVID Stress what patients say.

The COVID-19 Pandemic has had different effects on each person in the world. The 'Pressure Cooker' Environment has led people to be Anxious, Distressed, Despondent or Depressed. One of my patients reported the lockdowns have made him very "Oppressed" as the virus mutated to delta. There have been many infections...

Interview by Dr Doug Cary with Dr Peter Selvaratnam on his professional work, medical research, books written and humanitarian work

The following is an interview with Dr Peter Selvaratnam on his professional work, medical research, books written and humanitarian work by Dr Doug Cary of AAP Education.Today's interview guest is with Physiotherapist Dr Peter Selvaratram (Platypus Award). In addition to telling us about his distinguished journey as a researcher, author,...

Bell’s Palsy

Bell’s palsy is when the facial muscles on one side suddenly weakens due to altered function of the Facial nerve - the seventh cranial nerve. This weakness results in one side of your face to droop and affects your smile, frown, and closure of your eye on that side. Some...

Overcoming Tinnitus – How I dealt with my Tinnitus

Background: About 3 years ago I began experiencing a mechanical humming noise in my right ear. The humming was initially evident only at night time. I put this down to a few possible factors (primarily that it was the side-effect of a medication I was taking). I believed it would...