“Do ordinary things with extraordinary love” Mother Teresa In Yilpara, a homeland three hours drive from Nhulunbuy, a young male came in to see the Physiotherapist in our temporary clinic, his complaint was that he was unable to play his guitar
Red, green, blue; the colours were vivid and raw creating a sense of magic and wonder. A part of me felt like I was in another country or world and I had to remind myself, this is my beautiful country.
Student experience: Week 1 Location: SOS Health Foundation Probono Physiotherapy Clinic Salvation Army, Melbourne Project 614, 69 Burke Street, Melbourne As a physiotherapy student having recently completed clinical placements in several major hospital institutions, I found that patients would present
Escaping the cold in Melbourne is a great reason to head up north. Last weekend Nikki Capp, SOS Board Director, and I did just that. And although the warmth was appreciated, the Palm Island Spring Festival provided an excellent opportunity to
A beautiful place with many contradictions On 11-16 June, SOS Health Foundation made a second visit to Palm Island; a beautiful place with many contradictions. Situated 65 kilometres north west of Townsville, North Queensland, Palm is arguably, the largest discrete
Back In Motion Health Group staff ventured into Nhulunbuy A team of seven Back In Motion Health Group staff ventured into Nhulunbuy (Gove) in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. They have been offer their services to the Mission Aviation Fellowship and the