19 March 2015
When normal daily activities, such as carrying groceries in from the car, cause you to be out of breath, you may be seeing symptoms of asthma. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 18 million people in the U.S. have asthma. The symptoms often start out gradually, but can become severe enough that simply walking across a room is a challenge. Learn how to spot the signs of asthma, and see your family doctor before this disease takes your breath away.
13 March 2015
If you're a physician looking to expand the ways you can provide excellent care to your patients, one of the areas you should examine is including medical imaging in your practice. Having access to your own imaging equipment can speed up the diagnostic process as well as guarantee that the quality of the images always meets your standards. The cost of the equipment, however, can be a significant impediment to achieving this goal.
18 December 2014
If you operate a bustling chiropractic office, then you probably know how tough it can be to keep patient records, appointment scheduling, billing and more neatly organized. Fortunately, there are plenty of software programs out there that can help you keep things running smoothly in your office. You could be unsure of which program to invest in when there are so many options out there, but looking for these four simple yet important features can help you make the right decision for your chiropractic practice.
15 December 2014
While there is nothing that can keep every member of your family from catching a cold virus all winter, there are natural steps you can take at home to help make illness an occasional thing in your home this winter and not a constant problem. 1. Humidify Your Home Adding humidity to the dry air in your home is one step that produces several positive effects that can minimize illness in your family.
6 November 2014
If you have chronic back pain, you understand the daily struggle. It's difficult just to do basic tasks such as clean, cook, and take care of children. Some pain medications work well for some chronic pain patients but don't work well for others. Sometimes people are on pain medications for so long, they stop working, and higher doses would be dangerous. Now, chronic pain patients who are having trouble find medications that work sufficiently may be able to get a pain pump.