Patient resources

At Victoria Clinic we see a huge variety of different ailments and conditions. In our role as Healthcare Providers we believe we have a duty of care both for clinical visits but also for people that have concerns at home.

On this page, you'll find several links to pages about common medical conditions.

Our pages have information for both children and adults. While they can provide helpful insight, it's important to remember that they're not a substitute for tailored medical advice. If you have a health concern, visit your GP for professional help.

If you have any urgent or serious need please click here to contact us today or we hope you get some valuable information from our Medical Information page.

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Learn more about common medical conditions

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Respiratory Conditions

Respiratory conditions can affect people of any age. On this page, you'll find information about three respiratory conditions that often affect young children: bronchiolitis, rheumatic fever, and croup.

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Urinary Tract Infections

On this page, you'll find information about urinary tract infections in people of all ages.
You'll also find links to places where you can find out more about urinary tract infections.

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Gatsroenteritis

Gastroenteritis is an infection of the gut (intestines). In most cases the infection clears within a few days, but sometimes it takes longer.

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Constipation in Children

Constipation is a very common problem for children. Regular soiling (often mistaken for runny diarrhoea) may indicate that a child has bad constipation with impaction (a blockage of faeces). 

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Constipation in Adults

Constipation means either going to the toilet less often than usual to empty the bowels, or passing hard or painful poo (also called faeces, stools or motions).

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Eczema

Atopic eczema is an inflammation of the skin, which tends to flare up from time to time. There is no cure but treatment can usually control or ease symptoms.

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Concussions

Concussion can be serious. A Blue Card is issued by the referee to a player if they have an injury that causes concussion or is suspected of concussion. If a Blue Card is issues a series of mandatory steps are to be followed.

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Quit Smoking

Is someone close to you quitting smoking? Your support and encouragement can be very important as they try to quit – here are some tips on how you can help.

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