Alternative Forms of Contraception

The pill has been the main form of hormonal contraception since its development in 1960.  The pill has been very successful in stopping pregnancy and has offered women freedom from unwanted pregnancy and, in some women, painful period. The pill

My Health Record Pros And Cons

Over the last 5 years the government has implemented and developed a universal patient health record to improve health outcomes for all patients particularly those with chronic conditions.  Having a My Health Record gives authorised healthcare providers immediate access to

Cremorne Medical Practice Stress Magement Q&A Blog

Managing Stress Q&A

Stress is the body’s way of rising to a challenge and preparing to meet a tough situation with focus, strength, stamina and heightened alertness. However, it can become a problem when you are over-stressed and may affect how you cope

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

Its Bowel Cancer awareness month and Cremorne Medical practice is getting behind it! Australia has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world. Bowel cancer being the third most common type of newly diagnosed cancer in Australia, with

Seasons Greetings

We would like to wish you all happy and safe holidays and thank you for being such wonderful patients.  Below are our operating hours over the Christmas Holidays. Holiday Operating Hours 25th Dec Closed 26th Dec Closed 1st Jan Closed Normal operating hours outside of

Changes To Cervical Screening

From the 1st December 2017, cervical screening will change in Australia. Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers. The new Cervical Screening Test is expected to protect up to 30% more women. The Pap test is being replaced with a

Thyroid Thoughts By Dr Dave Moore

Situated at the base of the neck (almost exactly where a bow tie is worn!), the Thyroid Gland participates in an extraordinary array of bodily processes. At the command of Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (‘TSH’ – released by the Pituitary Gland