Recovering From A Tear In Your Rotator Cuff

Posted on: 12 December 2015

Your rotator cuff is a complex arrangement of tendons that protect your shoulder while allowing a full range of motion. A tear in one of these tendons often requires surgery to restore your shoulder to its normal functionality. Here is what you need to know about the treatment of this injury and what to expect during your recovery from it. A Simple Injury That Requires a Long Recovery Period The tendons in the rotator cuff attach various muscles to the bones that make up your shoulder.
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Currently Available Stair Lift Designs

Posted on: 27 November 2015

When a physically-challenged person or senior citizen has trouble going from one floor to another floor in their residence, a stair lift can help them negotiate the stairs. Stair lifts can carry a person up and down stairs in a safe and secure manner. Here are the design options of currently available stair lifts for your consideration.  Types of Stair Lifts There are many types of stair lifts to accommodate the abilities of different people and the designs of different staircases in residential homes.
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The Benefits And Drawbacks Of Dental Implants

Posted on: 9 November 2015

If you need to replace one or more teeth, then there are several options available to you, such as implants, bridges, and dentures. Here is an overview of implants to help you get a better idea of when you might want implants and when they might be a bad idea: Cost - One of the biggest concerns for many people will be the price tag. Unfortunately, implants do cost the most out of any option per tooth and can end up costing several thousand dollars each.
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4 Tips For Air Travel With An Oxygen Tank

Posted on: 25 October 2015

Are you dependent on an oxygen tank? Do you have a trip planned that involves a flight? For many people with oxygen tanks, flying can be an anxiety-inducing experience. The tank can be bulky and may be difficult to handle on a crowded plan. There's also the fear that the flight could be delayed or extended, putting a strain on your tank's battery. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to minimize these concerns.
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