How To Give Your Athletic Husband A Birthday He'll Always Remember

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Is your husband a professional athlete? Perhaps he isn't a professional, but he might absolutely love anything to do with athletics and personal fitness. If that's the case, consider focusing on those interests when you plan your husband's upcoming birthday. From planning a special event to arranging for a full body sports massage, here are some ideas on how to give your athletic husband a birthday he'll always remember. A Great Beginning

19 September 2017

Bunion Surgery: Make Recovery More Comfortable Using These Tips And Tricks

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Your scheduled bunion surgery is quickly approaching, so you may be wondering what you can do to make sure that your recovery is comfortable and convenient. Here are a few tips and tricks to consider using that should help make recovery easier on you overall: Pack an Activity Box Because you'll have to stay off your foot while it's in a boot for a few days after bunion surgery, you may feel like you have a lot more time on your hands than usual.

24 August 2017

3 Reasons Your Son Or Daughter Might Benefit From Being Hospitalized To Treat Relapsed Anorexia Ll

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Although the statistics on anorexia aren't always clear and it's generally accepted within the medical community that eating disorders are often misdiagnosed or never diagnosed at all, it impacts many people each year and persons diagnosed with it are at a significant risk of eventual relapse. Sadly, it's not unusual for relapsed patients to have a tougher time with their illness and for the symptoms to be more dramatic. Therefore, if your son or daughter has already been treated for anorexia one or more times and the symptoms seem to be re-occurring, it's a good idea to speak with their physician about the benefits of hospitalization to facilitate recovery.

4 August 2017

How To Care For Your Back When You Work In An Office

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Working in an office means spending much of your day sitting. You may be returning emails, writing reports and doing research and none of that is conducive to having a strong, healthy back. It is possible that you will experience back pain at some point, and potentially be at risk for contracting an illness such as heart disease simply because you sit at work. You can care for your back and keep it strong when you work in an office and here are just a couple of ways to do that.

4 August 2017

Advantages Of Visiting A Physical Therapist Instead Of A Doctor

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For a long list of medical issues, seeing your family doctor or a physician in an urgent care environment is your best approach. However, if you're dealing with some physical health issues, a physical therapist can be better suited to treat you. In many cases, doctors will refer their patients for physical therapy, but if you have a good idea of what issue you're experiencing, you can skip this step and go right to scheduling an appointment at your local physical therapy clinic.

20 July 2017

Medical Equipment You May Need When Recovering From Hip Replacement Surgery

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If you plan to recover at home from hip replacement surgery, then you'll want to have all the equipment in place that you'll need before you come home from the hospital. Your insurance coverage will pay for some items, and others you may need to pay for yourself, especially the things you want for the sake of convenience. You don't always have to buy medical equipment, you may be able to rent it for a month at a time since you'll need it for the short term.

28 June 2017

Spinal Compression Fractures: What To Expect After Your Diagnosis

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A spinal compression fracture is defined as a collapse of the vertebrae in the spine. This condition tends to be more common in people who suffer from osteoporosis, a disease that causes bones to become weak and brittle due to tissue loss. While severe spinal compression fractures may end up needing surgical treatment, many doctors tend to take a more conservative approach initially because many spinal compression fractures can heal on their own within a few months.

9 March 2017