About To Become A First-Time Parent? 4 Ways A Chiropractor Can Help Your Newborn
6 June 2016
If you're about to become a first-time parent, you're probably confused about all the care your little one will need. You might even be worried about all the decisions you'll need to make regarding the care your little one will receive. One of the decisions you'll have to make will be how to ensure that your little one is healthy and developing properly. That's where infant chiropractic care comes in. Your baby's health and development can be enhanced with the help of an experienced chiropractor.
Recovering From Arthroscopic Repair Of A Torn ACL
23 May 2016
You felt your knee pop when you fell and you immediately had pain and swelling in your joint. A torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a common knee injury. The orthopedic surgeon will do arthroscopic surgery to repair the torn ligament, which is a much less invasive procedure than traditional knee surgery. You'll still be faced with several weeks of recovery to gain back the full use of your knee. Here is what you can expect immediately after the repair and during the weeks following.
Tips To Help You Manage Your Medications And Medical Supplies At Home
7 May 2016
If you take more than one medication a day, you may know how it feels when you realize you have forgotten one. You might also know how it feels to have an interaction when you are given a new medicine or how it feels to run out of supplies like diabetic syringes. Follow these tips for getting the most out of the medications you take daily and and for always having the supplies you need.
Helping Your Child Become More Comfortable With Getting Shots
24 March 2016
One tough thing to deal with as a parent is a crying child who is afraid of going to the doctor because they don't want to get shots. You might wonder if you can do anything to make the experience less stressful. Use the following advice to help you calm your child so that getting shots goes quickly and more easily.
Explain the Procedure Beforehand
You might not want to trigger a bout of tears by telling your child that you're going to the doctor for a shot, but it is important that your child not feel ambushed when they arrive at the doctor.