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Arrhythmia is an irregular heart rhythm, which in conjunction with structural, functional or genetic changes, can be a sign of something more serious.
Some people may experience symptoms such as chest sensations or pressure, whereas others mightn’t notice that their heart is skipping a beat.
Learn more about arrhythmia and what you should watch out for from Cardiologist Dr Kieran Dauber.
Sport is great for fitness and can be a lot of fun. It can also take its toll on the body. Particularly knees and shoulders.
Soft tissue problems, cartilage tears and ligament damage are all common injuries that can be caused by a wide range of sports.
Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Dale Rimmington discusses the most common sports injuries, surgical and non-surgical treatments and the importance of injury prevention.
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