2020

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Choosing Better Medical Care

Do you remember the last time you realized that you were having serious health problems? I have never been someone who was completely in-tune with their own health, which is probably why I began focusing more on getting enough exercise and dieting properly. I started working with my doctor to get things on track, and I was really impressed with how many different options there were to help me to improve my health. This blog is all about choosing better medical care and knowing when to take hold of your health. Check out this blog to learn how to manage your own health.

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Try These Things Before Seeking Surgery For Your Back Pain

6 November 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you suffer from ongoing back pain, you may be thinking about having surgery. And in some cases, surgery can be your best choice for lasting relief. However, surgery can be expensive, is associated with a long recovery time, and does have some risks. As such, you should try some of these non-invasive approaches and treatments before you resort to surgery. Chiropractic Care Some patients visit the chiropractor once. Their back pain comes back a few days later, so they may think the chiropractic adjustment did not work. Read More …

Signs You Are Ready For Weight Loss Surgery

9 October 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Being overweight is bad for your health. Weight loss surgery is an effective method of weight management for those who qualify. Below are some of the signs that indicate you can benefit from the surgery. You Have a High BMI Your body mass index (BMI) is a ratio of your body's mass to your height. A BMI between 18 and 24.9 is healthy. You qualify for weight loss surgery if your BMI is over 40. Read More …

Intense Facial Pain? Look Into Trigeminal Neuralgia

8 September 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you are experiencing a facial pain from simple activity, like brushing your teeth, talking, or eating, you might have trigeminal neuralgia. The trigeminal nerve is a nerve in your face that is responsible for facial sensation and some motor functions, and trigeminal neuralgia is a condition where this nerve response is impaired. While some people experience mild trigeminal neuralgia, this condition can become more intense and cause more frequent spasms over time, so it's important to get it treated. Read More …