Latest News and Health Information
The month of March is all about recognising and acknowledging women’s health. We start this conversation by sharing and discussing the latest news and studies on endometriosis and adenomyosis.
For us at Inkerman Medical Group, we start our new year by taking the time to access our physical and mental health before we usher into any new year resolutions. But that said, there is no sure-fire way of getting it right. Here’s a few healthy ways you can kick off your new year right.
Australian summer is something on everyone’s list. But, it also comes with humidity, high temperatures, and exposure to harmful radiation. Follow these simple steps to keep your skin looking at its best and protect yourself from skin cancer.
Featuring stellar cricketer Steve Waugh and his wife Lynette, our end-of-year edition brings a spectacular line-up of articles to brighten your spirits for 2021 summers. From ways to beat burnouts to yummy recipes, read our latest end-of-year edition of Thrive E-Magazine.
Family history is one of the most important risk factors for prostate cancer. So, in case it runs in your family, you’re at 2.5 times higher risk of developing prostate cancer. This Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, ask your GP about prostate health because getting your prostate checked is an essential medical to-do.
Shortness of breath after an intense fitness regime is a good thing. But there are other likely causes of shortness of breath that might stem from lung or heart disease. Iron deficiency, anxiety, allergic reactions, and pneumonia are other potential causes of shortness of breath. Read our blog post and find out which ones you didn’t know.
This month Inkerman Medical Group’s practice manager Tahlia Hochstadt was interviewed by AusDoc regarding rapid antigen testing for coronavirus. Tahlia told the magazine about Inkerman’s new approach to protecting our staff and patients by asking all patients receiving face-to-face care to take a rapid antigen swab for SARS-CoV-2. She said that the feedback from patients