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Occupational therapists assess and treat people who have limited ability to carry out everyday activities because of illness, injury or circumstance.
Medical radiation technologists use x-ray and other imaging equipment to take images of injuries and diseases.
Psychotherapists help individuals, couples or groups identify, understand, and manage emotional and behavioural problems.
Naturopaths help restore balance to the body and mind through special diets, herbal remedies, spiritual healing, massage or essential oils.
Chiropractors help people reach and maintain good health and wellbeing through the care of the spine and nervous system. Chiropractors adjust the spine to correct nerve, muscle and joint disorders.
Paramedics assess and treat people who are seriously ill or injured, and transport them to hospital if necessary.
Radio presenters introduce music, and present or host programmes on the radio.
Acupuncturists give general health advice and treat patients using therapies such as electronic and needle acupuncture, cupping, skin scraping (gua sha), the heating of acupuncture points (moxibustion) and tuina (massage).
Tattoo artists use sterilised skin-piercing equipment and ink or jewellery to decorate people's skin.
Biomedical engineers design, build and maintain medical equipment, artificial body parts and computer programs to help treat disabilities, diseases, or injuries.