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Care to Share

Creating a healthier community.

Your health and the health of your family are the most important things in the world. But there's a lot of misinformation out there, and getting healthcare ​support you can really trust isn’t always easy. That’s why Buderim Private Hospital created ​CARE to ​SHARE  - a video series aimed at providing simple information, inspiration and support from our passionate team of ​healthcare professionals.

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Bosom Buddies – Mythbusting the causes of breast cancer

There’s a lot of conflicting information out there about the causes of breast cancer but there are a few things you don’t need to worry about.
Breast surgeon Dr Lisa Creighton puts your mind at ease about bras and deodorant, and offers some important health tips for busy women.


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The raw facts about sushi and pregnancy

Answers to the burning questions that all pregnant women want to know. Am I allowed coffee or alcohol during pregnancy? Do I really have to avoid certain foods? What else do I need to know to have a healthy pregnancy?

Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr James Orford, has the answers for you in our latest video.

The beat goes on – exercising after a heart attack

The thought of exercising after a heart attack can seem a little daunting but there’s a raft of reasons why cardiologists recommend it as a way of assisting with recovery and preventing a recurrence.

Our Exercise Physiologist gives some easy tips to get back on your feet through a cardiac rehabilitation program.

Fun-knee bone

There’s nothing fun-knee about arthritis. Not only are the symptoms uncomfortable but the condition itself can be extremely debilitating.

Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr George Parker, explains that arthritis isn’t simply part of getting older and how you can benefit from early intervention.

Buderim's hospital beginnings

Since 1980, our not-for-profit hospital has proudly cared for hundreds of thousands of people from across the Sunshine Coast.

Clinical Director and Nurse, Rae Priaulx, fondly explains how one woman’s vision of establishing a local healthcare facility has become a reality.

Hands, shoulders, knees and toes

There’s a lot involved in planning for an orthopaedic procedure such as a knee or hip replacement. 

Hear from Dr Steve Lawrie, our Chairman of Orthopaedics about things to consider before your surgery and how we can support you.

You’re so vein

For some of us, spider or varicose veins are just a part of getting older. But can you prevent them? And does crossing your legs or not matter?

Vascular surgeon, Dr Karl Schulze, tells us some practical ways to avoid developing them in the first place.

The A to DDD of breast care

Top tips on how, when and where we should be looking after our ‘breast’ friend.

​Dr Emma Secomb, Breast and Endocrine Surgeon, reassures us that while we should know our own body, we don’t have to be the expert and go it alone.

Take the pressure down

High blood pressure, or the ‘silent killer,’ affects around 50% of the population.

Cardiologist, Dr Alana Harris tells us how you can get your heart healthy. Watch the video now.

The truth about bacon for brekky

Bacon for breakfast is generally considered an indulgent treat. But is this brekky classic really that bad for you?

Dr Ian Baxter; Bariatric, Laproscopic and General Surgeon, explains.

Mummy, daddy, how are babies made?

Want to know when your best baby making days are? Are you already TTC (trying to conceive) and need some reminders on how to maximise your chances?

Waste no more time trying in vain, watch our Obstetrician, Dr Kelvin Larwood.

Maintenance for men - prostate cancer and men's health

Heard a lot about prostate cancer but still not clear on what's what?

​Get the facts from our Urologist, Dr Tony Gianduzzo.

How is clinical depression different from feeling sad?

We’ve all had tough days. And we know being sad is bound to happen. But when does sadness cross the line and become clinical depression?

Psychiatrist, Dr Dhushan Illisenghe, explains.


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