Making Decisions About Home Care

  • Exposing Dental Implant Myths And Misconceptions

    1 August 2016

    Having had the luck of losing one of your teeth can be a frightening experience due to the implications that it can have for your appearance. Not surprisingly, there are any people that will want to have the missing tooth replaced as quickly as possible. However, making informed choices about replacing missing teeth can be difficult if you do not have a sufficient knowledge about the available replacement options. Having the following myths about dental implants refuted will help you to be informed about addressing this issue.

  • Care For Your Wheelchair And It Will Care For You

    19 July 2016

    Given how much you depend on your wheelchair everyday, it is essential that you take good care of it so that it can take good care of you. Your caregivers and family members should do everything they can to help out, but only you can make sure that your wheelchair is properly cared for. Know Your Wheelchair Make sure to read the owner's manual for your wheelchair. While there are some general rules for caring for your wheelchair, your owner's manual will provide you with specific instructions on how to make sure that it remains in good shape.

  • 2 Acne Remedies You Can Try At Home

    5 July 2016

    Having acne can make you feel self-conscious and unattractive. Additionally, the bumps and cysts that often present with acne can be painful to the touch. Many people suffer from acne during periods of hormonal change, such as puberty. However, acne can be controlled. Here are a few acne remedies you can use at home to help clear your breakouts: Bentonite Clay Bentonite clay can be used as a mask or a spot treatment to help get rid of acne.

  • Adopt These Strategies To Lessen Your Risk Of A Neck Or Back Injury In A Car Accident

    4 July 2016

    Being in a car accident puts you at a serious risk of injuring your neck or back. While your local chiropractor should be able to eliminate your pain and restore your mobility, it can often be a challenging period in the weeks and months following an accident. Safe-driving techniques are integral to staying out of trouble on the road, but you'll occasionally encounter an instant in which an accident is unavoidable — perhaps you lose control of your vehicle due to a flat tire or you see a motorist run a red light.

  • How Stress Might Be Triggering Your Psoriasis

    4 July 2016

    Living with psoriasis can be uncomfortable and embarrassing, but did you realize that you might be inducing the flare ups you experience simply from the stress you have in life? Stress is a huge trigger for psoriasis, and having psoriasis can make you feel more stressed. If you want to reduce the frequency and severity of your psoriasis flare ups, you may want to learn how this is connected and find ways to treat your stress.

  • Treatment Options For Pelvic Floor Prolapse

    21 June 2016

    If you suffer from urinary incontinence, pain during intercourse, or feelings like your female parts are placing too much pressure on your vagina, you may suffer from something called pelvic floor prolapse. This condition affects women of all ages, but is more common with older women and those that have given birth to babies. Your gynecologist can diagnose this condition and offer options for treating it. Here are three things to understand about it.

  • Three Ways To Make Your Physical Rehab A Success

    6 June 2016

    If you're about to start physical therapy, chances are you've been researching clinics and techniques. But don't forget that successfully treating a condition or recovering from physical trauma involves more than just showing up to the rehab clinic and going through the motions. Any time you undertake physical therapy, you're undertaking a rebuilding process that benefits from close examination and involvement. Here are three ways you can make your physical therapy sessions more productive and successful.