Nanoknife Cancer Surgery: New Hope For Pancreatic Cancer Patients
10 November 2018
If you or a loved one have been recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, you should know about an exciting new treatment that is far less invasive than traditional surgery—the NanoKnife. Here is a primer on how this amazing technology works.
What Is The NanoKnife Procedure?
Some tumors grow in areas which are impossible for a surgeon to safely remove, making them inoperable by conventional methods. For example, the pancreas is hidden deep in the human body.
8 November 2018
Each year, thousands of people receive rhinoplasty surgery. Commonly called a "nose job," rhinoplasty may be performed solely for cosmetic reasons, or it can help correct a medical issue. Here are some of the benefits of this popular procedure.
Restoration of a Fractured Nose
When the nose is broken, it may shift to the side, causing the face to look less uniform. Additionally, the hidden components of the nose may be damaged and require surgical repair.
Renal Vein Thrombosis And CKD: Treating This Notorious Pairing
3 October 2018
There are many types of health problems that can affect the health of a person's kidney. One of the most common of these is renal vein thrombosis. Fully understanding this problem – and how it begins – can help you better understand your treatment methods and prevent chronic kidney disease or CKD from temporarily or even permanently affecting your life.
Renal Vein Thrombosis Can Trigger Kidney Failure
Renal vein thrombosis is a health problem that triggers when blood clots appear throughout various veins in your body.
After Your Accident: Why Get Physical Therapy?
30 August 2018
After your accident, you may have refused to see any health care providers because you simply didn't consider injuries to be serious. As you recover, though, physical therapy should be an activity to think about. Why?
Most immediately, therapy is likely to relieve pain from the vehicle accident. Injuries of all kinds can affect the way you sit, move, walk, and go about daily, regular activities. Your therapist will learn some data about your life to help you with a comprehensive, thorough exercise and treatment plan.