The spotlight this month is firmly on bone health for healthcare practitioners. Osteoporosis is a common disease affecting over 1 million Australians. (1) Building and maintaining bone health is not something to only consider for older patients. Bone mass begins to decline at 35 years of age. (2) Building on the ‘bone bank’ is important for optimal long-term bone health and as we age it becomes critical in addressing bone mass loss. (3)
Jeffrey Kraws discusses DABRA with the minimally invasive Pharos Excimer Laser for the treatment of vascular and skin diseases.
Tomosynthesis system technology that creates 3D images that enable surgeons to identify healthy tissue in breast cancer surgery.
Dr. Kavita Kalidas and 38-year-old patient Bryan Garrison discuss his cluster headaches. They also discuss treatment options and resources. Sponsored by Eli Lilly and Company.
Josh Douglas discusses the ongoing shift from fee-for-service to value-based care and the keys to achieving true value-based care.
In this session, Ariel can share her insights into one of the biggest mysteries of our bodies, the brain, and how tech-enabled meditation is disrupting everything we know about it. She will also take her expertise and teach the audience what it means to understand what is physically happening in your brain during meditation and the mental wellness benefits of the practice.
Vivian Owen discusses the benefits of breastfeeding to improve infant developmental and psychological health and according to the American Association of Pediatrics, reduces the risk of premenopausal breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
Walter Denton discusses his sarcoma diagnosis, Swim Across America, and how he and his family have taken a challenging situation and turned it into a family and community philanthropic effort.
Dr. Amanda Sheehan talks about Digital Smile Design, a software recently created in Brazil that allows the patient to see how their new smile can look through the use of photos, videos, and temporary mock-ups.