Guest Blog Post - The Ultrasound Co | What differentiates a private, independently owned ultrasound specialised clinic?

Guest Blog Post - The Ultrasound Co | What differentiates a private, independently owned ultrasound specialised clinic?

August 31, 2021 2 min read

In order to provide the most comprehensive health care to our patients, we have built solid relationships with other modalities that complement us and share our vision for a truly holistic healthcare. One of our specialist collaborators is The Ultrasound Co - a private and independently owned specialist ultrasound practice is Mosman Park and we have invited them today to speak a bit about what differentiates them from the big radiology companies out there

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Endometriosis :: A Functional Medicine Approach

Endometriosis :: A Functional Medicine Approach

March 19, 2021 7 min read

If you visit a GP or Gynecologist, the medical approaches offered are generally one of two options: Drugs or surgery. The drugs prescribed are oral contraceptive pills to supply the body with synthetic hormones to induce a pharmacological menopausal state…less than ideal if you don't react well to the pill or are planning a baby. This means that they suppress ovulation and aim to reduce menstrual flow and the theory goes, reduce further lesion stimulation. The most common surgical procedure is a laparoscopy, which is aiming to remove the endometrial lesions and cysts. Laparoscopy is considered the gold standard regarding  as a diagnostic tool, meaning that at the same time as the diagnosis is made, the surgical removal of lesions can also be completed. 
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Signs and Symptoms of Endometriosis

Signs and Symptoms of Endometriosis

March 11, 2021 2 min read

March is the month to educate and empower women with endometriosis, who are often suffering in silence, often unaware that their symptoms are caused by endometriosis. 

Endometriosis is a disease where tissue (similar but not the same as the tissue lining the uterus) grows in other areas of the body – most commonly on the bladder, bowel, ovaries, fallopian tubes and the wall of the pelvis. It has also been found on almost every other organ in the body.

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The Tale of Amelia - An Endometriosis Warrioress

The Tale of Amelia - An Endometriosis Warrioress

August 12, 2020 4 min read

“Persevering in the face of extreme pain. It has been a journey full of so many highs and lows. I guess at times, with the pain being so severe, it was difficult to let go and accept that that was the reality of the situation” 

says 26-year-old Amelia about her journey with endometriosis.

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