How To Help A Loved One With Congestive Heart Failure

Finding out your loved one has congestive heart failure can be a troubling time. The question is, what can you do to help your loved one and the rest of our family survive this debilitating disease process? Family Support Your loved one needs your support now more than ever. Laughter is known to be the best medicine when someone is anxious or depressed due to recent diagnoses from their physician. When someone is told they have a life threatening illness they often become withdrawn, depressed about missing out on future events, and anxious that their end is drawing near without them being able to do things they have always dreamt of doing. Read More 

Visiting a Medical Spa? Here Are a Few Services You May Have Access to

If there is one place you would choose to go for some rest and rejuvenation, it would most definitely be a spa. From massages to facials, the services offered by the average spa are comprehensive enough that pretty much anyone can find activities that will help them walk away feeling relaxed. However, if you want to take your rejuvenating experience to the next level, a medical spa is the place to visit. Read More 

Laser Treatments May Be The Solution For Your Varicose Veins

If you've decided to get treatment for your varicose veins because you don't like the way your legs look or because your veins are painful, then you may want to consider having laser surgery. A laser can be used to zap tiny surface veins and it can also be used to eradicate deeper, bulging veins. Here's how laser treatments work. Laser Treatments For Spider Veins Spider veins are near the surface of your skin. Read More 

Tips For Addressing Plantar Fasciitis Pain

If you've been diagnosed with plantar fasciitis, you may have been advised to tape your foot for extra support. Athletic tape can help you avoid straining or tearing your plantar fascia. It also helps to keep your foot partially extended, which can reduce the recurrence of pain in the mornings, a common problem with this condition. Here is a look at some basic tips to help you tape your foot on your own. Read More 

Having Hip Replacement Surgery? Here’s How To Make Recovery More Convenient

Having your hip replaced is sure to provide you with a better range of motion and a strong body overall when all is said and done, but you'll likely have a period of recovery time to face before all of the benefits of surgery are realized. Here are a couple of things you can do to make the recovery process more convenient: Pack a Hospital Bag It's helpful to pack a bag to take with you to the hospital upon admittance for your surgery so you have access to supplies and resources that will help make the transition of leaving the hospital and heading home more comfortable and convenient. Read More