As I travelled back from Sydney this weekend I lost count of how many coughs, sneezes and sniffles I heard.
Respiratory viral infections are spread by aerosol transmission - coughing, sneezing or even talking. They will mostly get better alone with good old fashioned TLC. If you are unwell consider staying home so that the virus doesn’t spread to others and no doubt your workmates will also be happy that they won’t get sick too.
Strict hygiene is important if you are sick, sneezing into a tissue, throwing away used tissues and washing hands regularly are a must.
If you’re symptoms aren’t settling, have any concerns or if you even need a sick note pop down and see me in clinic.
Let’s all do our part to prevent transmission of the common cold.💪 Take care and stay healthy 😘
Thank you to everyone for coming to my talk this morning at the @nonsurgical_symposium in Sydney. It was an honour to present amongst some of the world’s finest cosmetic doctors.
In case you missed it, my talk was on the use of Artificial Intelligence for Aesthetic Photography. From all the feedback, it is apparent that generating accurate before and after photos is a common pain point in the world of cosmetics.
So once again thank you for all the questions, feedback and compliments.
To find out more information and to be the first to know when it’s released head over to treatmentpad.com
See you all this Saturday for the Non-Surgical Symposium in Sydney where I will be presenting exciting new technology that uses artificial intelligence for instant and accurate facial photography. It’ll be a game changer in the medical and cosmetic scene and I cannot wait to share this hard work with you all.
Breaking news! 🔊🔉 It’s just been announced by the Gold Coast Government that a brand new clinic will be opening for women affected with pain following pelvic mesh insertion.
The pelvic mesh was used to manage pelvic weakness, sometimes as a result of child birth. It has been under the watchful eye of many following claims of pain after insertion which has led to a state enquiry and a class action with an eventual ban. $3 million a year will be injected into a new clinic at the Gold Coast University Hospital with an integrative care approach consisting of specialist doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, social workers and psychologists.
The clinic is expected to open mid next year and will serve the state.
This is extremely exciting news for women who have been suffering pelvic pain following mesh surgery.
If you or a loved one is affected or wish for more information please pop by and see me in clinic.