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  • Physical Therapy Can Be Different For Women

    4 January 2021

    Male and female bodies are different, so why would you expect your physical therapy not to reflect this? For many women, physical therapy addresses a variety of conditions that primarily impact women. For example, women often come to physical therapy to learn more about addressing pelvic floor issues. So, how does physical therapy differ for women compared to men? These are some of the things physical therapy will address that are more specific to the female body.

  • Four Benefits Of LASIK Eye Surgery Worth Your Consideration

    30 November 2020

    Being dependent on eyeglasses or contact lenses can be a burden on those who have vision problems. For some, eyeglasses can be cumbersome or affect how they look cosmetically. Others don't want the additional care that is needed when using contact lenses. Due to these factors, laser vision correction as an ideal solution to patients with vision problems. What Is Laser Vision Correction? Laser vision correction is commonly referred to as laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) surgery.

  • When Should You Get Tested For Covid-19?

    30 October 2020

    COVID-19 is a very real and very serious pandemic affecting the entire world, and although it's been around for several months now, there are still a number of questions concerning this virus. One of the questions you may have asked yourself is when should you go and get tested. With the symptoms presenting like a cold, allergies, the flu, or even a sinus infection, you may question if you have COVID-19.

  • 3 Things That Can Trigger Atopic Dermatitis

    30 September 2020

    Atopic dermatitis, also called eczema, is a challenging skin condition that causes raised, scaly, dry skin. While common in children, adults can also struggle with recurrent dermatitis, especially if they aren't familiar with their individual triggers. Here are three different things that can trigger atopic dermatitis in kids and adults.  1. Food Allergies Trying new foods can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but unfortunately, it can also trigger allergic reactions in some people.

  • The Basics of Cold Laser Therapy for Your Dog

    27 August 2020

    Especially if you have a dog with chronic health problems, you know what it's like to make repeated visits to the veterinarian's office. While modern medicine can do a lot for animals, and medications can help provide comfort and symptom management, it's also important to take advantage of other treatment options. One of the things you should talk with your veterinarian about is the benefit of cold laser therapy for your dog.

  • How Postmenopausal Fractures May Be Treated

    16 December 2019

    One of the scariest prospects for any woman after the onset of menopause is a fracture. This is especially the case when thinking about possibilities like damage to joints, hip injuries, or a vertebral fracture. If you've suffered a postmenopausal fracture, it's a good idea to learn about the available treatment options. Here are 5 choices you might end up discussing with a doctor. Preventative Measures It can feel a bit patronizing to hear about prevention after a fracture has occurred.

  • 3 Ways Your Feminine Care Might Be Causing Problems

    16 October 2019

    Although there are many reasons for gynecological issues, such as discharge, unusual odors, or itching, sometimes the underlying problem is your feminine care. Sometimes the efforts to make your vaginal area cleaner can backfire and cause new issues. Douching There are many douches on the market and they often combine ingredients like water and vinegar. The belief is douches will help cleanse the vagina, but this is untrue and can actually contribute to problems.