Holistic approach to bodily healthcare

Don't ignore pain: Bodyaid - Total Body Healthcare treat neuromusculoskeletal conditions and remain open. Telehealth consultations are now available too.
Don't ignore pain: Bodyaid - Total Body Healthcare treat neuromusculoskeletal conditions and remain open. Telehealth consultations are now available too.

Bodyaid - Total Body Healthcare has six sites across the Hawkesbury down to Campbelltown. The practice takes a holistic approach to treating neuromusculoskeletal conditions.

"We do a lot of soft tissue work, rehabilitation work, sports injury work, and using the best current medical advice that we take from different sources there are multiple modalities we include in our treatments, and every treatment changes to suit the individual patient," says director Magdy Andrawes who is a qualified chiropractor.

They also have an exercise physiologist and a podiatrist available to you, and they work together to find the best outcomes. Mr Andrawes says that "Gentle treatments can be very effective, and is often administered for those with acute pain or for those who are elderly or fragile."

In addition to ramping up their already-stringent hygiene practices inside the clinics, Mr Andrawes pointed out that the government is encouraging people to use the new Telehealth system for their consultations, and he says that there is a lot they can do remotely in the way of both consultation and follow-up. He says in some cases these may even be all you need to rectify your problem.

Another point he made was don't ignore your pain and find that you need the hospital system for more serious treatment later. "Let's keep you as healthy as possible while we deal with this terrible virus, and working together as a community, we'll do what we need to do to keep going for you."

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