Making Decisions About Home Care

  • Reprogramming The Human Body For Better Healing: Therapies That Can Help

    9 October 2018

    Illness and disease causing the body to revert to a disabled and non-functional state is not how anyone sees his/her life going. However, modern science and technology are constantly pushing the limits of technology and treatments for all kinds of diseases. Some of these treatments are grounded in real research and science and may actually help you feel better and battle your health concerns. These treatments are said to "re-program" the way the human body operates so that disease and illness cannot follow through on their "

  • 3 Things To Discuss Senior Care Assistant At The Nursing Home

    11 September 2018

    If you have a loved one in a nursing home or assisted living facility, then you know how important it is that he or she receives the best medical and psychological care. Whether your loved one has a chronic medical condition or is cognitively impaired, you should be kept well-informed on his or her progress by the senior care assistants and nursing staff. Here are three things to discuss with the senior care assistants who are caring for your loved one.

  • Considering A Vasectomy? 3 Things You Need To Know Before Getting The Procedure

    29 June 2018

    A vasectomy is a way to ensure that you don't have children. A vasectomy ensures that your semen does not contain sperm, thus preventing you from getting a female pregnant. A vasectomy is a medical outpatient procedure. Before getting a vasectomy, it is important to fully understand the implications and impact of getting a vasectomy. A Vasectomy Will Make It Hard to Have Children A vasectomy is designed to make it difficult, if not impossible, for you to have children.

  • How Does Physical Therapy Help Patients With Long-Term Pain?

    22 May 2018

    Physical therapy is often thought of as a remedy for people with sports injuries or acute ailments. However, if you suffer from long-term, chronic pain, you can also benefit from seeing a physical therapist. Even if your condition is not curable, here are three improvements you can expect to experience when you see a physical therapist for your chronic pain condition. 1. Reduced Pain If you are tired of taking pain relievers to manage your pain, you may want to see a physical therapist.

  • Was Your Baby Born Prematurely? How To Help Strengthen Their Lungs Once They Come Home

    22 April 2018

    If your baby was born prematurely and was on the ventilator, there's a possibility that they'll develop bronchopulmonary dysplasia, or BPD, which a form of chronic lung disease. This condition is caused when the lungs are damaged due to extended periods of time on a ventilator. One way to reduce dependency on the ventilator, and to protect your preemie's delicate lungs, is to use liquid ventilation.  This type of ventilation places a specially-designed liquid into your preemie's lungs to help keep them open and to allow them to heal.

  • Varicose Vein Treatment Questions And Answers

    22 March 2018

    Varicose veins can be an unpleasant and embarrassing problem to develop. While it is somewhat common, it is a reality that patients will often find that they are unaware of their options for handling this issue. Learning more about this type of circulatory system issue will help you to more effectively combat the side effects and cosmetic issues caused by this problem. What Causes Varicose Veins To Form? Individuals will often assume that varicose veins form due to the blood vein collapsing.

  • Four Reasons Industrial Facilities Need Nursing Case Managers

    27 February 2018

    In the course of a regular day in your industrial facility, it's possible that people are hurt while working with heavy equipment. Insurance and proper management can be in place for these situations, but a case manager on duty all day can also be beneficial. If you're unsure that your industrial facility can use a nursing case manager, consider these reasons. Document Completion When injuries happen, it's important to start taking action right away.

  • 2 Reasons To Take Your Child To A Pediatric Cardiologist

    11 January 2018

    A pediatric cardiologist is one of the most useful resources for any parent to utilize, mostly because they will be able to discover and head off any potentially fatal or dangerous heart conditions as early as possible. A pediatric cardiologist is a type of doctor that has chosen to focus all of his or her education and experience on illnesses that specifically target a child's heart. Listed below are just two of the many reasons to take your child to a pediatric cardiologist.

  • Why Your Child Should Have A Primary Care Pediatrician

    22 November 2017

    Having children is one of the greatest gifts that life can bring, especially for couples who have worked hard to make it possible. Although there is a lot of joy with becoming a first time parent, you must also consider the health of your child. There will likely be many medical needs as your child grows up, even if they are simple. The best way to handle a child's medical needs is by finding a primary care pediatrician that he or she can go to throughout the years.

  • 3 Things You Should Know Before You Get Your First MRI

    6 November 2017

    Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI for short, is a type of scan that can reveal a lot about the inside of a body. Whether your doctor wants a look at your nerves, spine, or brain, an MRI imaging can help show your doctor what's going on inside. However, if you've never had an MRI before, there are a few things that you might not expect that you should know about MRI scans.