Focus On Your Total Knee Recovery In A Short Term Rehabilitation Center

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The surgical replacement of your knee joint with an artificial joint will allow you to walk again without pain. But the surgery is only the first step in the healing process. Once you leave the hospital, you’re looking at an average of twelve weeks to gain full use of your knee. Recovering in a short term rehabilitation center allows you to focus on your recovery and not be distracted by activities in your home. Read More»

3 Last Resort Methods To Save A Damaged Tooth From Extraction

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Natural teeth serve more purposes than comfortable chewing and cosmetic appeal. The teeth help keep the underlying bone and gum tissue healthy by encouraging circulation. Whenever possible, a dentist will try hard to save a natural tooth even if the tooth has a decent amount of decay-related damage.  There are a few last resort methods that a dentist can use to try and save your damaged tooth from extraction. Apicoectomy Read More»

3 Ways To Lessen The Stress Of Being A Caregiver

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Being a caregiver can be really demanding and even stressful at times. If you are starting to feel stressed, try implementing at least one of the suggestions below to lessen your stress level. Accept Help The first thing you need to do is accept help. It is so easy to brush-off offers of help when they come your way. If you want to reduce your stress levels though, you need to accept help and let others know how they can help you. Read More»

Easy Steps To Wisdom Tooth Removal Post-Care

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Those third molars, better known as wisdom teeth, often overcrowd and need to come out. That said, dental extraction doesn’t have to be a pain. Removal of the wisdom teeth is a common dental procedure that can prevent future problems, according to the American Dental Association. What happens after the procedure? Home care is a must-do when it comes to your complete recovery. How can you care for your post-extraction mouth? Read More»

Four Tips To Get The Most From Aquatic Physical Therapy

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Aquatic therapy can be the perfect treatment option for certain joint disorders, especially if your balance has been affected. The water relieves the weight and pressure on the joints, allowing for fluid motions and less stress as you move through the exercises. The following tips can help you get the most out of your aquatic therapy. Tip #1: Schedule Enough Sessions Your doctor and therapist should work together to come up with a viable treatment plan, and you may be prescribed some exercises to do daily at home between therapy sessions. Read More»