Top 4 Reasons To Lease Medical Equipment For Your OB/GYN Practice

8 July 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you have an OB/GYN practice, you will need a variety of equipment in order to provide proper prenatal care as well as women's health services. Opening a new medical practice can be very expensive, which is why it is often recommended to lease some medical equipment instead of buying it outright. Whether you need an ultrasound machine or a fetal monitor, leasing can be a great solution. Some of the top reasons to lease medical equipment include: Read More 

How To Treat Your MS Flare-Ups For New Patients

21 June 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

When you are new to Multiple Sclerosis or MS, you might not know what to expect during the course of the disease. There are times after a period of remission, in which you don't feel any pain in your limbs, you might get a flare-up. Flare-ups are caused by inflammation in your nervous system. This can damage your nerve cells and prevent signals from being carried to various parts of your body. Read More 

Six Health Issues That Can Be Detected Early In An Eye Exam

27 February 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you aren't having trouble with your vision and/or your prescription glasses seem to be correcting your vision well, you may not think that you need to go to your eye doctor for a regular exam. However, an eye exam also can help detect potential problems in your overall health before they become apparent via other types of medical tests. Sometimes, these abnormalities are apparent, such as the color of your cornea; other times, they are only visible using special equipment. Read More 

Senior Care News: 2 Changes in Nursing Home Policy for Residents and Families to Look Forward To

14 February 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If a senior you love currently lives in a nursing home or assisted living facility, then you likely know that that there are many government regulations in place that ensure that seniors stay happy and healthy in the facilities. Just like other regulations and laws, they can change over time, and for the first time since 1991, CMS, or the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, has updated nursing facility regulations to provide patients and families some great new benefits. Read More 

6 Tips For Making Your Prosthetic Work For You

13 February 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Doctors who work with prosthetics understand that it is not always easy to transition. For many people, it is difficult to use prosthetics at all. Fortunately, there are some ways you can ease into using prosthetics. 1. Take a shower before bed. Hot water can actually cause you to swell up a little bit, which can make it difficult to fit a prosthetic. If you are trying to get up and go in the morning, this swelling can make it especially difficult to do that. Read More