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Looking after your back during pregnancy

Backache during pregnancy is very common, and you are also at greater risk of back injury. Learn how to protect your back to prevent both injury and discomfort.

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Backache in pregnancy

There are several things you can do to help prevent backache from happening during your pregnancy, and to help you cope with an aching back if it does occur.

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Dental injuries – tooth loss - Better Health Channel

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Resilience & Recovery - The Trauma and Grief Network (TGN)

After a traumatic experience, getting back up on your feet and into daily life can be challenging for everyone, including children and young people

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The strengths of children and families

The strengths of children and families can help them to get through tough times.

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Sprains and strains - Better Health Channel

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Physiotherapist: parents & kids guide | Raising Children Network

Your child might see a physiotherapist to improve his movement, to help an injury get better, or to get back into physical activity after an injury.

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Spinal Cord Injury - Healthy Lifestyle | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Eating well and keeping active are important for health and help to achieve and maintain a healthy weight

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Abusive Head Trauma (AHT) | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Abusive Head Trauma (AHT) is a form of non-accidental brain injury

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Back Care - Looking after your back - for parents and carers | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Children with a physical disability may need physical assistance from parents and carers for their daily care

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