K9 HYDROTHERAPY CENTRE OPENS IN LITTLEPORT

K9 HYDROTHERAPY CENTRE OPENS IN LITTLEPORT

October 1st saw the opening of SP K9 Therapy, a local professional therapy and rehabilitation centre for sporting, working & recovering dogs.  This brand new, purpose-built hydrotherapy centre offers a state-of-the-art heated hydrotherapy pool, water treadmill, and a fully qualified team that can provide a combination of hydrotherapy, pre & post-operative physiotherapy, rehabilitation programmes, a spectrum of electrotherapies and tailored fitness & conditioning. SP K9 Therapy aims to provide a service that completely meets the…

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Latrobe hydrotherapy pool to reopen but questions remain over who can use it

Latrobe hydrotherapy pool to reopen but questions remain over who can use it

The Tasmanian Health Service has finally negotiated a six-month lease to reopen a Latrobe hydrotherapy pool after more than four months of patients being locked out. However, many of the pool users fear they still might not be allowed to use the facility despite the considerable health benefits they report. It comes after Mental Health and Wellbeing Minister Jeremy Rockliff announced the THS had reached a six-month agreement with Uniting AgeWell to allow THS patients…

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Global Equine Hydrotherapy Treadmills Market Study 2019-2025 by Current and Upcoming Trends, Opportunities, Size, Trends and Forecast

Global Equine Hydrotherapy Treadmills Market Study 2019-2025 by Current and Upcoming Trends, Opportunities, Size, Trends and Forecast

The report is a compilation of comprehensive research studies on various aspects of the global Equine Hydrotherapy Treadmills market. With accurate data and highly authentic information, it makes a brilliant attempt to provide a real, transparent picture of current and future situations of the global Equine Hydrotherapy Treadmills market. Market participants can use this powerful tool when creating effective business plans or making important changes to their strategies. The report discusses about the growth of…

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Announcement pending on Latrobe hydrotherapy pool lease saga

A Latrobe hydrotherapy pool remains closed two months on from when the Tasmanian Health Service was asked by Health and Wellbeing Minister Jeremy Rockliff to pursue a short-term lease arrangement to get it reopen so patients can use it again. The pool is owned by Uniting AgeWell and leased and operated by the THS to provide hydrotherapy treatment. Mr Rockliff said an announcement was pending.  Still Waiting: Hydrotherapy patients outside the pool they can’t access…

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The Diet That Reduces Your Risk of Alzheimer’s

With a just-in-time-for-the-holidays reboot, the MIND Diet, which isn’t “brand new,” is giving a whole new meaning to “mindful eating.” Designed to make your body—and your brain—healthier, you can use the eating plan, which stands for Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay, to ward off unhealthy holiday temptations and slash your risk of Alzheimer’s. Sounds like a win-win. The program is a tasty combo of the DASH diet and Mediterranean diet, both helpful in reducing heart…

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Food for Piles: 15 Foods to Fight Hemorrhoids

Food for Piles: 15 Foods to Fight Hemorrhoids

The pain, tenderness, bleeding, and intense itching that accompany hemorrhoids are often enough to drive you up the wall. Also known as piles, these distended or swollen veins in the anus and lower parts of your rectum can clot or bulge if left untreated, potentially requiring surgery (1Trusted Source, 2Trusted Source). Fortunately, some foods can help alleviate symptoms — and even help prevent piles in the first place (3Trusted Source). Here are 15 helpful foods for…

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Feed Your Brain With the MIND Diet

Feed Your Brain With the MIND Diet

As we age, many factors can affect how our bodies function. These factors may seem out of our control, but there are actually things one can do to boost physical and mental functioning. Pam VanKampen of Chippewa Falls has been a registered dietician for 32 years. She was raised on a farm and says she learned at an early age that “food is powerful, and food is healing.” While working in a hospital setting in…

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Upset patients appeal for more haste to reopen hydrotherapy pool

A 66-year-old Latrobe woman has had to increase her pain medication because she can not use the hydrotherapy pool in her town. The pool remains closed a month on from when the Tasmanian Health Service was asked by Health and Wellbeing Minister Jeremy Rockliff to pursue a short-term lease arrangement to get the Latrobe hydrotherapy pool reopen so patients impacted by its closure for months can use it again. The pool is owned by aged…

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