Nerve pain (neuralgia)
Nerve pain can feel like a shooting, stabbing or burning sensation. You can be treated with pain relief medicines, exercise and alternative therapies. Learn how to identify symptoms and manage nerve pain.
Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that causes generalised pain in your muscles and bones, extreme tiredness and poor sleep.
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
Premenstrual syndrome refers to symptoms that occur around the time of your period. There are ways to help manage your premenstrual symptoms.
Sports massage is designed to help people who exercise. It can aid healing after an injury. Learn more about what to expect from a sports massage.
Does exercise reduce anxiety and depression?
Regular exercise can help to improve your mood by releasing and boosting your feel good chemicals. Learn which exercises are best for depression and anxiety.
Options for managing chronic pain
Chronic pain affects 1 in 5 Australians aged over 45. An effective pain-management plan includes various strategies, not only medicines.
Stroke rehabilitation helps the brain to relearn skills that have been affected. Learn about the most common problems and types of rehabilitation.
Psychotherapy is a group of therapies designed to help someone change their thinking patterns and improve their coping skills.
A nervous breakdown (mental breakdown) is a term sometimes used when a person is suffering mental distress and temporarily can’t function in everyday life.
This group of genetic conditions affects the nervous system, usually the hand and foot muscles first. It worsens, but some therapies are effective.