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Our aim is to offer you the most effective evidence-based 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.
Latest Health News:
"The key advance from this research is that it suggests that very early developmental processes lead to autism," said Dr. Frazier. "The findings support genetic disruptions leading to brain disorganization or possibly very early interactions between genes and the prenatal environment."...Read more.
The researchers calculate the global age-standardized prevalence of Lower Back Pain in 2010 to be at 9.4% of the population. Low back pain (LBP) causes more disability globally than any other condition, according to 2 studies published online January 30 and March 24 in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. As the world population continues to age, an urgent need exists for research to find out why and how LBP might be prevented or better managed, researchers write...Read more.
Rachel Johnson - Child Psychologist
Rachel has 8 years experience working with children, young people, adults and their families. Rachel has worked across diverse settings including community organisations and public mental health. She has experience treating complex mental and developmental concerns. Her practice framework encompasses a belief in human dignity and empowering clients through a strong therapeutic alliance...Read more.
This controversy has gone on for more than 70 years according to Dr. Sandra Fryhofer. Can vitamin C work for preventing and treating colds? A study was recently published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. This study has uncovered some interesting and significant findings...Read more.
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