Diana and Stephen Snelling do everything together. Including knee surgery, on their left knees, on the same day.
Hypnobirthing is a modern practice that helps mothers and their birthing partners remain calm and in control during delivery of their baby.
Hospitals can be overwhelming environments at first, filled with foreign sounds, smells and uncertainty. At St John of God Hospitals, one of the most obvious ways we can create a warm and inviting environment is through the use of visual arts.
Venous disease in the legs is a common condition, affecting up to 25% of all women and 10% of all men. For many, the first sign of varicose veins is the appearance of raised veins under the skin.
The long-term health benefits from living lighter are significant. For those whose weight consistently remains a struggle, or is severely limiting, bariatric surgery could be an option. Far from a quick fix, bariatric procedures are irreversible, require a hospital stay and mean a change in lifestyle.
For those whose weight consistently remains a struggle, or is severely limiting, bariatric surgery could be an option. This is Shaun's story.
Urology involves the diagnosis and treatment of urinary system conditions in men and women, as well as conditions in the male reproductive system.
In the St John of God Murdoch Hospital Emergency Department, our nurses and doctors commonly treat patients suffering with orthopaedic trauma.
Young children’s sleep disorders will likely affect the household’s sleep quality and overall energy levels. Lack of good quality sleep in children or adolescents may impact growth, school performance, memory, mood and behaviour.
Skin is one of the most remarkable parts of the human anatomy – but what happens when it tears? The skin is actually the largest organ of the body and includes hair, nails and glands. As we get older, our skin also becomes fragile as the fat levels and integrity between skin layers reduce. Coupled … Continue reading Reducing the risk of skin tears