Here at PRACTICENAME we also have allied health professionals who assist our patients with specific conditions, so you know that you can receive the best care under the same roof.
PRACTICENAME provides Psychology, Exercise Physiologist and Dietitian services. You can ask your doctor if you think you would benefit from this service.
Here at Moggill Road Family Practice, Maria Buglar is our local psychologist.
Psychology intervention is available and designed to focus on prevention; address health disparities; aim to reduce psychological distress; and enhance and promote psychological wellbeing in all populations. Speak to your general practitioner if you think you could benefit from this service.
the role of our dietician is to collect, organise and assess data relating to your health and nutritional status. You can use this service, with or without metabolic disorder.
The Dietician aims to provide you with an evidence based education by communicating information, advice and her professional opinion.
Going to see a Dietician is really all about getting assistance with the management of centred nutrition. They can assist you by planning appropriate food choices and menus, educating you on your individual nutritional needs and ways of accessing and preparing food. To start planning, implementing and evaluating nutrition programs please speak with your General Practitioner about booking an appointment with the Dietitian.
Our Exercise Physiologist
Our Exercise Physiologist is a physical activity and exercise specialist who can play an integral part of the prevention and management of chronic disease. They will provide you with an assessment and individualised program to suit your medical conditions, goals and lifestyle. They will ensure that your treatment is clinically sound, safe, appropriate and caters for all functional levels and capacities. Education, advice and support on health, exercise and lifestyle change are all part of the Exercise Physiology service. Exercise has been scientifically proven to prevent and manage many chronic conditions, reduce falls rates, improve functional ability and wellbeing.
The Exercise Physiologist also offers rehabilitation services following an injury, surgery or during recovery to restore functional capacity, build strength, flexibility and to prevent further injury. For further details please contact your General Practitioner or book an appointment for a consult with the Exercise Physiologist.
Moggill Road Family Practice work together with Allied Health Services Australia in order to ensure that you receive complete care under one roof.
Jacqueline Hendry is our Podiatrist at Moggill Road Family Practice. Podiatry intervention is designed to diagnose, treat and educate the patient in the following areas
- Routine and regular foot and nail care
- Treatment and maintenance of corns and calluses
- Fungal infections of nails
- Wart and verruca treatments
- Ingrown toenails, including minor nail surgeries (if required)
- Children’s foot problems
- Diabetes foot care
- Sports injuries
- Biomechanical gait assessment (the way you use your feet)
- Foot orthotics and arch supports
- Heel, arch and forefoot pain.
Wedge Resection (Ingrown Toenail)
Ingrown toenails are painful and uncomfortable. The nail grows into the skin, causing inflammation and or infection. A wedge resection is a procedure where a section of ingrown nail is removed, altering the nail bed and preventing any nail regrowth in that section. Your nail will grow out narrower than it did before.
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Diabetes Education Program
Now we all know that regular exercise and a healthy diet is good for you – but it can also assist with illnesses such as Diabetes. Our Type 2 Diabetes Program offers an 8 week course which involves information on controlling Diabetes, diet, exercise, glucose monitoring and much more. With the professional guidance of our Allied Health professionals, you will feel more confident in managing your Type 2 Diabetes. All this is on offer for just $40, so call us on 07 3839 0128 to book in to see our Exercise Physiologist or speak to your doctor.