• Understanding PRP Injections and How to Prepare for Them

    16 September 2020

    If you have a tendon injury or an ailment that has affected your connective tissues, then you do have some new treatment options available to you. One of these treatments includes administering PRP injections. These injections can be provided at your doctor's office with a little bit of preparation. Keep reading to find out more about them and how you can prepare for your injection appointment. What Is a PRP Injection?

  • Speech Testing Completed by an Audiologist

    14 August 2020

    Your hearing may start to fail as you age. If you feel that your ability to hear has affected the way that you communicate with others, then it is time to take a hearing test. These tests will allow your audiologist to understand whether you can understand speech like you should. To test speech hearing, the audiologist will do the following things during the hearing test. Volume Testing To begin your test, your audiologist will instruct you to step inside a booth or separate room.

  • Take Steps To Remedy Erectile Dysfunction

    12 December 2019

    Erectile dysfunction is a condition that can affect men at any point in their lives. The causes can be either mental, physical, or a combination of the two. If you notice that you have difficulty getting an erection or sustaining it during sexual activity, it's likely that you have ED. Taking the right steps can help you find the root cause of your erectile dysfunction so you can remedy it. You should do these four things:

  • How Athletes Can Protect Their Feet

    10 October 2019

    As an athlete, you need every single part of your body to excel at your sport. However, you should pay special attention to your feet. A foot injury can put you out of commission for weeks or even months. Here are four things you can do to protect them. 1. Wear proper shoes. Shoes protect and support your feet. The right shoes can prevent injury, but the wrong shoes can change your gait in harmful ways.

  • Severe Pelvic Pain May Be A Sign Of Endometriosis. Here's What You Need To Know About It And What You Should Do Next

    16 September 2019

    Endometriosis is a fairly common gynecological condition, and it's capable of causing severe pelvic pain along with other symptoms such as constipation and difficulty urinating. It occurs when stray endometrial tissue is located anywhere other than the inside of the uterus. While it's currently unknown why endometriosis happens, treatment is typically successful at reducing the symptoms that it causes. If you have been suffering from severe pelvic pain, read on for some more information about endometriosis, its other associated symptoms, and what you should do next.