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What is a concussion?

What is a concussion?

A concussion is technically a type of traumatic brain injury, with the terms concussion and mild traumatic brain injury used interchangeably within the medical community. A concussion can therefore be defined as, “a traumatic brain injury induced by biomechanical...

COVID-19 Testing for travel

COVID-19 Testing for travel

COVID-19 Testing for travel  With international travel ramping up WiSE is happy to help you get on your way. WiSE has been accredited by the International Airline Transport Association (IATA) to issue travel PCR tests.  A PCR test looks for fragments of...

Healthy Habits to Maintain as Borders Reopen

Healthy Habits to Maintain as Borders Reopen

After a year of strict quarantine policies and closed borders, the world is slowly attempting to return to normal. Australia recently announced its plans to reopen international borders starting November, according to reports from ABC News. Other countries in the UK,...

Pneumonia, want to avoid it this winter?

Pneumonia, want to avoid it this winter?

Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs caused by either a viral or bacterial disease. The lungs become inflamed as your alveoli (tiny air sacs) become filled with fluid, causing an infection to arise. During winter Pneumonia...

Should you ice after an injury?

Should you ice after an injury?

Over the past 5 years, there has been a topical debate over whether we should ice after an injury or not. In 1978 we used the acronym RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation,) to treat any soft tissue injury. This acronym has evolved over the years to PRICE...