Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

  • Post-Amputation Rehab: Why It's Necessary

    When you have been in a severe accident, a war zone, or have a disease that requires that one or more limbs be amputated, you might be surprised when your doctor prescribes injury rehab for a missing limb. After all, the limb is gone, so why rehab? Actually, rehab in this situation is quite necessary, and here is why. Ghost Limbs Many people report still feeling a whole limb when the limb is not complete.

  • Bioidentical Replacement Therapy Could Save The Life Of A Young Woman After Ovarian Cancer

    The development ovarian cancer is never a good sign for a young woman. However, it is probably the most traumatic for young women. These ladies may end up losing their ovaries, going through menopause, and suffering from suicidal thoughts. However, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy may be a great way to help. Ovarian Cancer May Require A Hysterectomy Young women who suffer from ovarian cancer are stuck in a very difficult position.

  • 4 Tips for Buying the Ideal Hearing Aids

    Not being able to hear as you once did can create a lot of anxiety and confusion. The key to getting your life back and dealing with others effectively may largely rest on hearing better. The only way to achieve this goal in many cases is by relying on hearing aids to do so. Being aware of specific tips to help you make the right purchase is sure to be in your best interest.

  • 4 Reasons to See a Podiatrist

    Since sore and tired feet seem to be so common, you may wonder when foot problems should be checked out by a podiatrist. It's not a good idea to ignore foot pain. Although you may experience it often, it doesn't mean it's normal. Here are some times it's a good idea to see a podiatrist. When You Have an Injury or Sore That Doesn't Heal If you have diabetes, you should see a podiatrist any time you have a sore or cut on your foot.

  • Spending Too Much Time As A Veterinarian Running On False House Calls? What To Do

    Are you a livestock veterinarian that spends a lot of time on calls to farms and barns, and sometimes you are called out when it's only a false alarm? If you are, and if you could send the others in your office to determine if the situation is an emergency, you want to get the right tools to prepare your staff to make the proper assessment. If you get veterinarian students, assistants, or other medical professionals that are used to working with animals, have them trained to use these things and have them assess the animals before you drop everything in your practice to see what is going on.

  • About Me

    Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

    I have worked in a supportive role in the medical industry for over 20 years, and I have been amazed at the advances in medicine that have been made. While it is always great to hear about a new medication that helps cure a disease or a new surgical procedure that can help someone live a normal life again after an injury, I have been especially amazed at the research that has shown just how much our physical and mental health are connected. Since I keep on top of all of the amazing medical studies being performed and I know others are too busy to hunt them down themselves, I decided to start a blog to share my favorite health tips for keeping both your mind and body healthy.