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In our quest to explore the intricacies of shoulder instability among surfers, we sat down with Dr Andrew McBride, an orthopaedic upper limb surgeon who not only treats a multitude of surfing athletes but also shares their passion as a surfer himself. With his unique perspective and expertise, Dr McBride sheds light on the common challenges faced by surfers and offers valuable insights into preventing, managing, and treating shoulder instability in this dynamic sport.
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A birth plan is a very personal thing - for some people it's essential; for others, not so much. We spoke to Gold Coast Private Maternity Nurse Unit Manager Judy Ross who recommends creating 'birth preferences'. Read more.
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Respiratory illnesses is one for the most common presentations to an Emergency Department. It's essential to understand the causes, symptoms, and appropriate courses of action. Dr Anthony Padowitz, Director of the Gold Coast Private Emergency Care Centre, offers valuable insights into managing these conditions with a focus on informed decision-making and proactive healthcare.
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Every woman’s journey through pregnancy and childbirth is a unique and deeply personal experience. Our role is to give women choice in how they birth, while providing quality clinical care. Among the birthing options available at Gold Coast Private Maternity is the serene and empowering practice of water births.
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Leading Gold Coast Private Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Dr Erlich Sem discusses the Robotic Surgical options for patients with Gynaecological conditions, and their benefits.
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A fact sheet by A/Prof Donald Angstetra discussing symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis.
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A/Prof Donald Angstetra discusses his journey developing treatments for endometriosis.
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Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a significant problem in Australia, but did you know making even small changes can lead to better heart health? Here, we discuss some things you can do to show your heart more love and the signs that indicate you should seek medical advice.
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Low back pain is incredibly common, affecting 70-90% of people at some point in their lives. For most people, a back pain episode (even an extremely painful one) is short-lived and goes away completely within a few weeks. However, 5-10% of people will go on to develop chronic low back pain.
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Back problems are extremely common, affecting around one in six Australians. Having a back condition can interfere with your home life, ability to work, and enjoyment of your leisure time. One common cause of lower back problems, particularly in people who are older, is lumbar spinal stenosis.

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