Since we first opened our doors, we have expanded our range of services, giving our patients the convenience of having all their health needs under one roof. In the comfort of our convenient location, let our calm, caring, and compassionate staff assist you with your health needs.
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Our Clarinda location offers the following services:
A healthy diet is critical for food health. Our dietitians assist and motivate people to make lifestyle changes to improve health or manager medical conditions through sensile eating and exercise. We work with people of all ages. Education and support for people with diabetes is also available, including a free type 2 diabetes program.
We offer a range of group activities to support health and wellbeing that can provide the added benefit of socialising with friends. Groups include Pilates, gentle exercise, strength training, better balance, water exercise (hydrotherapy), Tai Chi, relaxation, community kitchen, healthy cooking and many more.
GLA:D®, or Good Life with Arthritis: Denmark, is an education and exercise program developed by researchers in Denmark for people with hip or knee osteoarthritis symptoms.
Hand Therapy is a specialised area of Occupational Therapy that combines knowledge of the structure of the upper limb with function and activity.
Better Health Network offers confidential counselling and psychology services to help children and adults experiencing problems or challenges in their lives. We offer individual and group support, as well as specific programs, and can refer clients to group activities to help with anxiety, relaxation and addiction.
Our physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through exercise, physical therapy and education. From improving strength and flexibility to treating injures or chronic pain, we work with people of all ages. Group activities run by our physiotherapist are also available, including Pilates, better balance, strength training and more.
Better Health Network podiatrists assess, diagnose and treat problems relating to the feet and lower legs to help keep people mobile and pain free. These may include skin and nail problems, foot and ankle injuries, foot complications related to diabetes and problems with gait or walking. Footwear assessments and prescriptions.
Strength training can help improve overall fitness, balance, flexibility, coordination and posture. It can also be effective in managing conditions such as anxiety, arthritis, stress and fatigue.