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Tips For Getting Used To Your New Prosthetic Foot

If you are about to receive your first prosthetic foot, you might not be fully aware of just what it is that you can expect. The more you know about what to expect and how you can easily get used to having it, the quicker you will adjust to having it. To do that, you will want to learn about the following information: Know The Signs Of A Prosthetic That Doesn't Fit Right Read More 

Shoulder Replacement A Year Ago And Hurting? 2 Tips To Help You Manage Pain

If you had a shoulder replacement a year ago it is normal to feel some pain for a year or two after the surgery. This is especially true while you lift your arm or use it in an awkward way. If you are having this problem, there are things you can do to help you manage the pain, two of which are listed below. Visit a Pain Clinic Talk to your doctor about sending you to a pain clinic. Read More 

Neurology Issues To Expect After Getting Hit By Lightening

If you get struck by lightening, or even indirectly hit by lightning, you are more likely to have brain damage than burn scars. In most cases, you need to see a neurology specialist, to help with your recovery. Here's a look at some of the issues you may face. Neurocognitive Changes In many cases, your brain changes when it goes through an intense event, such as being hit with significantly more electricity than is used in any household appliance. Read More 

Wondering Why Your Medical Practice Is Failing? Do These Things

If you are a healthcare professional losing patients, but you are unsure why, there are some things you want to do right away to determine the problem. You need to find out why you are struggling to retain your patients, and if anything is going on in the community or around you that is dragging people away. Here are some of the things that can guide you to find out what is going wrong with your practice, and to help turn things around. Read More 

Why Over-the-Counter Medications Are Vital to Your Convenience Store Inventory

If you are thinking of starting a small convenience store, you are likely going over what your inventory will be. Providing customers with some basic health and medical supplies is a good place to start—especially OTC medications. These Products are in Demand—Especially in the Evening According to a 2014 report, more and more convenience store locations are popping up since customers don't want to deal with the hassle of larger stores. Read More