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I felt very comfortable during the treatment and my practitioner helped to get the best result with manipulation. I was thrilled with the results and ...*

I booked for some waxing. The therapist was lovely. Very professional, quick and friendly. I will certainly return. Thank you ...*

Excellent service the people are very professional and knowledgeable. You will get a good explanation about the procedure. Establishment is very clean...*

best wax quality I've seen!...*

Antony was great - his recommendation on using an alkalising treatment worked like magic- felt immensely better after 3 sessions. Also recommend the l...*

Parkland Natural Health Clinic reviews

Parkland Natural Health Clinic reviews

Tonsillitis

Acute tonsillitisAcute tonsillitis is a general acute infectious disease primarily affecting palatine tonsils. The inflammatory process may involve other areas of the lymphadenoid pharynx and larynx as well - the lingual, laryngeal and nasopharyngeal tonsils. The infection process can be exogenous (more often) or endogenic (autoinfection). As to infection transmission, it can be either airborne or alimentary. Endogenic infection involves the oral cavity or pharynx (chronic inflammation of the palatine tonsils, caries, etc.). This kind of infection may be prompted by suppurative diseases of the nose and sinus. The disease is usually promoted by staphylococci, streptococci (especially haemolytic) and pneumococci. There is certain evidence that the disease may promote quinsy featuring viral aetiology. Among precipitating factors are local and general hypothermia and decreased organism reactivity. Quinsy usually affects children of both school and pre-school age, as well as adults up to 35-40 years of age, especially in autumn and spring. Patients usually run a high temperature, suffer from malaise and feel pain when swallowing. They also complain of pain in their joints, headaches, periodic fevers, etc.

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