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Gap Free Orthotics

A local Brisbane podiatry clinic is offering an amazing deal on orthotics at the moment.  Basically, if you have health insurance that covers orthotics and podiatry, they will fit you with custom orthotics without an out of pocket gap.  These Gap Free Orthotics are available for adults and children and are made with the same degree of professional assessment and care that all of their patients enjoy.  With orthotics at this clinic costing up to $640 and at some nearby podiatry clinics charging $1200 or more, this is a great offer.  We spoke with Stephanie, the owner of Walk Without Pain, to find out if there was any information we should know about.  Stephanie tells us that most of the orthotic types that they can provide will be covered.  This includes hard polypropylene and softer EVA style orthotics as well as devices that are handmade in their own lab.  She recommends a visit to the webpage www.walkwithoutpain.com.au/gap-free-orthotics to see more information about the terms of the offer. It is not surprising to hear that this offer is particularly well liked by parents of growing children who may need to replace the orthotics yearly as their kids grow.  Other people who take up the discount want to have a few pairs of orthotics at any one time, perhaps one for joggers and one for formal shoes. Some people have even brought in their existing orthotics from other clinics to be ‘copied’ for less than their regular podiatrist cha...
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How tattoos can go from Body Art to a Hair Loss Solution with Scalp Micropigmentation!

Body art tattooing and cosmetic tattooing have a similar appeal but until recently - very different markets. Body art tattoos was once the domain of inmates and sailors, a sign of strength or gang allegiance. Im more recent decades body art tattoos have transcended gender, class, race and stereotype to be a part of mainstream culture. Cosmetic tattooing was created to assist women who had over plucked their brows, to then being a "wake up make up" concept where eyebrows, eyeliner and lip were tattooed to take away the need to apply make up in the mornings. Cosmetic tattooing also branched out into paramedical tattooing, where breast cancer survivors could have their breast reconstruction process finalised with tattooed areola. It then expanded into being used to disguise scars, with flesh coloured pigment being used to blend scar tissue in with the flesh tones. In terms of tattooing coming to fruition as a hair loss solution, it was first used to cover up large and conspicuous hair transplant scars. This is where hair transplant doctors would take a strip from the back of a clients head, and then cut the strip into tiny pieces and use the healthy follicles from the strip to transplant into a clients scalp where hair no longer grew. Scalp Micropigmentation was used in this instance to disguise the scar, which was always a few shades brighter than the rest of the scalp, from the scar tissue. The Scalp Micropigmentation was utilised to create tiny pigment based re...
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