2 Reasons To See A Pain Management Specialist

Posted on: 31 May 2017
One of the worst parts about having any type of chronic pain is being able to alleviate the pain enough to actually be able to have a decent quality of life. Thankfully, a major pain management specialist can help you deal with your chronic pain issues and a variety of ways, such as the two listed below. Help You Sleep More Easily One way that a pain management specialist can help you out is by helping you to sleep more easily.
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3 Signs Of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction In Women

Posted on: 25 May 2017
The pelvic floor muscles in women are designed to support and assist in the function of the bladder, vagina, rectum and uterus. Unfortunately, many women find that over time, their pelvic floor muscles do not function as they once did. Luckily, there are treatment options, such as certain exercises that can be performed or even pelvic reconstructive surgery. If you have pelvic floor dysfunction, your doctor can talk to you about your options.
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Tips For Alleviating Your Baby's Cold Symptoms

Posted on: 19 May 2017
If your baby is miserably sick with a cold, then you will be pleased to know there are many things you can do to help them feel better. While there is no cure for the common cold, you can take simple steps to alleviate your baby's cold symptoms by following each of the following tips: Tip: Use a Nasal Aspirator to Remove Excess Mucous When your baby is sick, they are unable to clear their own mucus by blowing their nose, so you need to help them with the process.
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Painful Hands? The 4 Most Common Conditions Treated With Hand Surgery

Posted on: 11 May 2017
Referrals to specialists for hand surgery are on the rise, thanks to repetitive stress injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome. From 1990 to 2000, the incidence of referral rose by 36 percent, according to an audit published in The Royal College of Surgeons of England. At the time of the audit, the most recent to date, the trend showed no signs of stopping. People are performing more delicate tasks that involve rapid and repetitive motions of the small muscles in the hand, which is contributing to the need for more advanced hand surgeries.
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