20 November 2018
If you have been diagnosed with a deep vein thrombosis (DVT), then you may be scared about what this means. Vascular surgery can be scary, but there are a number of treatments that can be used to minimize the risk of an embolus developing. Keep reading to learn about two of the more common ones. Blood Thinner Medication DVTs are blood clots that form in the deep veins of the body and the majority of them develop within the legs.
9 October 2018
The average American spends a significant portion of his or her day at work. Being faced with deadlines and having to deal with cranky customers on a daily basis can be a source of stress in the day-to-day lives of employees. Massage has been proven to help alleviate some of the adverse physical side effects that can be brought on by stress. Bringing massage into your office by hiring a traveling masseuse can help you enhance the lives of your employees and increase their productivity over time.
13 September 2018
Dealing with chronic pain on a daily basis can take its toll on you mentally and physically. If you want a change for the better, consider interventional injections. They can provide pain relief for an extended period of time. To ensure these injections work out, remember these tips. Know If You're a Good Candidate Just because you're in pain doesn't automatically mean you should get interventional injections. This type of care is reserved for pain in specific parts of your body.
30 June 2018
One reason that some ill or injured individuals fail to see prompt medical is that they have concerns over how they are going to pay for it. However, one way that you can alleviate the financial strain of an unexpected doctor's appointment is to visit the urgent care instead of the emergency room. You can visit the urgent care for multiple medical ailments that need prompt medical treatment but aren't necessarily emergencies, such as cuts, illnesses with high fevers, or muscle strains.
24 May 2018
Physical therapy has great potential to help ease pain, increase flexibility, and help you recover from injuries. Each session will be supervised by a professional, and you'll probably find yourself doing exercises at home as well. But physical therapy is about more than just repeating certain stretches and exercises, and to get the most out of your sessions, you should play an active role in communicating with whoever is supervising you, documenting your symptoms and improvement, and asking the right questions.