rural and remote Indigenous health.
Education and Training
University of Papua New Guinea MBBS
Michael Willoughby Nixon's Expert Contributions
Probably a tines/fungal infection - Need a week of antifungal cream. READ MORE
See your GP to exclude a hernia READ MORE
It stimulates the antibody immune system to the HPV virus which causes cervical cancer. Doses should be given before they become sexually active READ MORE
Sounds like you have found the cure - stop smoking weed - or any cigarettes! READ MORE
He needs to see his DR and get some blood tests to find the cause. READ MORE
Normal healthy diet - If overweight, then address this issue, make sure to get good sleep and be emotionally well. If not conceiving, see your Dr. for a review of your hormone status. READ MORE
Please address his hydration issues first - Make sure he's drinking normal amounts of fluid. If regularly dehydrated, he should have a blood sugar test to exclude diabetes. Fluids to start at 20mls per kg straight away and repeat a couple of hours later. READ MORE
This is from Google and is reasonably correct: •Severe acne, oily skin and hair •Hair loss •Liver disease, such as liver tumours and cysts •Kidney disease •Heart disease, such as heart attack and stroke •Altered mood, irritability, increased aggression, depression, or suicidal tendencies READ MORE
C spine dysfunction? READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- Family amedicine
- Papua New Guinea
Professional Society Memberships
What do you attribute your success to?
Love Of People and Hard work!
Teaching and speaking
Rural nurses- Aboriginal Health Professionals, medical students, junior doctors and registrars
Hobbies / Sports
- Jogging, Walking, Movies
Favorite professional publications
- New England Journal of Medicine
- Royal Darwin Hospital
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- How is Conjunctivitis Diagnosed?
Nowadays, many people self-diagnose and use alternative methods to cure themselves of illnesses. They research on the internet, looking for the right fit for the symptoms they are experiencing. They then look up the treatment options for the condition they believe they have, often opting for...
- Is Your Child at Risk of Osgood-Schlatter Disease?
Our body is a machine and any wear and tear occurring in any of the parts of the body can impair overall body functioning. One of the common types of pain felt by a number of people is pain associated with the knees. There are various forms and causes that could be related to knee pains, one of them...
- What Is Infectious Bursitis?
Human beings have approximately 150 bursae in their bodies. These are sac-like fluid filled organs that are located between the joints in muscles, bones, and tendons. Bursae are mostly found in the knee, buttocks, ankle, shoulder, or hip. They are also the most commonly affected areas. Bursitis is a...
- Is Oral Thrush Contagious?
Mouth ulcers are a common occurrence and normally get healed with time on their own. However, there could be times when you would notice a strange rash that is white in color inside your mouth. This condition is known as thrush. It is a condition that is triggered by an infection, which is a result...
- How is Arthritis Diagnosed?
Arthritis is the common term used to describe over a hundred types of ailments that affect the joints. There are several causes of arthritis including physical wear and tear, autoimmunity, infections, and faulty metabolism, among others. Arthritis is a progressive disease with no known cure.Common...
- What Causes Blisters and How to Get Rid of a Blister
Blisters can occur for numerous reasons. Although they are not often serious, the appearance of blisters itself can be very off-putting. A blister is a fluid-filled bubble that develops under the skin. The watery liquid under the blister is often clear, which is called serum.When blisters break, the...