General

Lets talk about your posture

-POSTURE-

Do you suffer from headaches, migraines, neck or shoulder pain?

Lets look at your posture…

In a neutral position, our head weighs approximately 4kg, and research shows that this can increase
as our head moves forward. This can place unnecessary stress and joint loading
through our neck, shoulders and upper back.

 

Lets talk about your posture

 

Talk to your GP about how Synergy Radiology can help.
We accept all referrals!

Movember Foundation 2019

Movember Foundation 2019

The aim of the foundation is to raise awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer,
testicular cancer and male mental health.

More than 60% of 18-34 year old Australian men don’t know that they are in the age group
most at risk of getting testicular cancer.
Prostate cancer is the sixth leading cause of cancer deaths in the world and accounts for 15% of all cancers in males.

Prostate cancer occurs when some of the cells in the prostate reproduce far more rapidly than normal,
resulting in a tumour. Prostate cancer often grows slowly to start with and may never cause any problems.
But some men have prostate cancer that is more likely to spread. These prostate cancer cells, if left untreated,
may spread from the prostate and invade distant parts of the body, particularly the lymph nodes and bones,
producing secondary tumours in a process known as metastasis.

Talk to your GP about how Synergy Radiology can help.
We accept all referrals!

Pink Ribbon Day 2019

Pink Ribbon Day 2019

October, Australia’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, provides an opportunity for us all to focus on breast cancer and its impact on those affected by the disease in our community.

Breast Cancer remains the most common cancer among Australian women. Early diagnosis has been found to improve survival rates, with 89 out of every 100 women with invasive breast cancer now surviving 5+ years beyond diagnosis. Those with dense breast tissue or augmentation can now also benefit from a 3D mammogram
improving detection rates.

Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon Day helps raises funds in support of the many thousands of Australian women affected by breast and gynecological cancers.
Cancer Council aims to minimize the threat of women’s cancers through successful prevention, best treatment,
support and world-class cancer research.

Don’t forget to speak to your GP on how Synergy Radiology can help.
We accept all referrals!

Breast Cancer Awareness 2019

Breast Cancer remains the most common cancer
among Australian women.

Breast Cancer Awareness 2019

89 out every 100 women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer
now surviving five or more years beyond diagnosis.

Tests to diagnose breast cancer may include:

Mammogram: A mammogram is an X-ray that can find changes that are too small to be felt during physical examination.

Ultrasound: If a mammogram picks up breast changes you may have an ultrasound. This is a painless scan using sound-waves to make a picture of your breast.

Biopsy: A doctor removes some of the breast tissue for examination under a microscope.

Other scans – If cancer is detected in your breast, you may have other scans to see if the cancer has spread to other parts of your body; such as a CT scan or MRI scan.
*Those with dense breast tissue or augmentation can now also benefit from a 3D mammogram improving detection rates.

Talk to your GP about how Synergy Radiology can help.
We accept all referrals!

Important notice

Rouse Hill 3T MRI now bulk billing Specialist and GP eligible referrals.