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Thyroid Awareness Month 2020

Thyroid Awareness Month 2020Thyroid Awareness

The thyroid is a small butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of the neck.
Although relatively small, the thyroid plays a huge role in the body, influencing the function of many important organs, including the heart, brain, liver, kidneys and skin.

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

Christmas & New Year Operating Hours

Christmas & New Year Operating Hours

The following hours for Synergy Radiology:

NOTE: Only Lakemba Medical Imaging, Rouse Hill Medical Imaging & Specialist Nuclear Medicine will
be open 8am – 12:30pm on Tuesday 24th December 2019.

December 2019:

Tuesday 24th: Opened till 4pm
Wednesday 25th: CLOSED
Thursday 26th: CLOSED
Friday 27th: Normal operating hours
Saturday 28th: CLOSED
Monday 30th: Normal operating hours
Tuesday 31st: Opened till 4pm

January 2020:

Wednesday 1st: CLOSED
Thursday 2nd: Normal operating hours

Have a safe and lovely holiday!

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!

Important notice

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