Our society has a preoccupation with body image. Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses, with 10% to 20% eventually dying from complications.
Clearly, these potentially life-threatening conditions are a growing problem. Despite their collective label, these disorders are not about food. Eating disorders are a way of coping with deeper problems that a person finds too painful or difficult to deal with directly. They are complex conditions that signal difficulties with identity, self-concept and self-esteem. Eating disorders cross cultural, racial and socio-economic boundaries, and affect men and women.
If you, or someone you love is struggling with over or under eating, our counsellors are ready to help.
Most therapists or physicians have encountered the otherwise healthy patient with an episode of severe and unexplained low back pain. Often accompanied by an alarmed relative, the patient usually feels that a “kidney” ailment or worse is to blame. It usually turns out...read more
In our first issue of “Clinical Commentary” on rehabilitation, we introduced the findings of the New Zealand physiotherapist, Robin McKenzie. Among the factors predisposing to back pain is the prolonged sitting postures in normal daily activities, as well as the need...read more
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