Arthritis is a disease that affects the musculoskeletal system, causing joint inflammation and stiffness.
Children's health includes balanced physical, mental, cognitive and social well-being.
Healthy eyes depend on regular visits to the optometrist for eye exams, and if necessary, an ophthalmologist for certain eye conditions and surgeries.
See your family doctor for a wide range of treatment options and advice, including referrals to a specialist such as an endocrinologist or dermatologist.
Your feet are an essential part of the body, and they have to last you a lifetime. Most foot conditions can be detected, treated and managed successfully.
Keep your heart healthy - quit smoking, reduce alcohol and cholesterol intake, and eat a low sodium diet.
Men's health needs are different than women’s in many ways, so it’s important for a man to see his doctor regularly.
Mental health topics covering anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorders and addictions.
Healthy eating is an essential part of daily life at any age, whether it’s a healthy eating plan to manage a disease or to maintain a healthy weight.
Obesity is a condition in which a person carries so much excess weight that it begins to negatively affect their health.
Orthopedic surgeons treat congenital disorders, traumas, infections, tumours, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis or sports injuries.
Fitness and exercise are critical for the prevention of disease and rehabilitation following injury.
Physiotherapy helps people improve function and mobility, prevent injury, and rehabilitate after injury.
Elder care may include treatment for osteoporosis, dementia, and nutrition and lifestyle changes.
Sports medicine covers broad topics related to treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise.
Shingles is a common condition that occurs during the aging process - typically occurring over the age of 50.