We invite you to experience the Tyack Health difference. You will discover a dedicated team, committed to helping you get more out of life.
Our aim is to offer you the most effective research supported health solutions available. This involves addressing the underlying cause of problems and not just treating the symptoms.
You will also benefit from the diversity and size of our team which allows us to provide the support, guidance and expertise you need for a prompt recovery. Further, we aim to give you the tools to help prevent the issues returning.
Tyack Health endorses a preventative medicine approach to health, educating and encouraging our patients to be proactive in living lifestyles that promote vitality.
- QML Pathology Onsite
Latest Health News:
Genetics and lifestyle are thought to be the two most important determinants for good health but new research indicates that this is not the full story!...Read more.
Rheumatic conditions is a broad term used to describe a range of disorders of the joints and connective tissues including rheumatoid arthritis (RA), gout, systemic sclerosis, psoriatic arthropathy and systemic lupus erythematosus. These diseases are a leading cause of disability in adults...Read more.
Brisbane’s biggest charity bike ride was again a great success this weekend, raising $1.4 million for Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Now in its 25th year, the Brissie to the Bay ride had just 80 riders in the first year. It is now a big part of the Brisbane cycling scene and is loved for its fun and friendly atmosphere. Participants are able to choose from 4 separate distances to suit their ability, from a ‘cruisey’ 10km riverside loop up to the challenging 100km Brissie to the Bay, winding all the way to Wellington Point. Seven Tyack Health team members were among the 9,000 people cycling to fight for MS this year! Well done to all who participated...Read more.
A study published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes in 2012 that examined the benefit of meditation for the secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease in a randomised controlled study. Meditation was prescribed for 20 minutes twice daily. After 5 years of follow-up, a 48% reduction in cardiovascular events was documented in the meditation group compared with the control group. On the basis of this data, imagine the potential for improved outcomes if such an intervention as meditation were more widely prescribed and more widely practiced by our patients...Read more.
Higher intake of trans fat, commonly used in processed foods to improve taste, texture, and shelf life, has been linked to worse memory function in men in their prime earning years...Read more.
"Even if you are not genetically related, if you are a residing spouse or domestic partner, just that shared environment is associated with an increased risk, that's what we saw," Dr Ali told Medscape Medical News...Read more.
The aim of life is to live, and to live means to be aware, joyously, drunkenly, serenely, divinely aware.
- Henry Miller...Read more.