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Avoid Knee Replacement Surgery

Avoid Knee Replacement Surgery

Be Aware of the Risks Associated with Knee Replacement Surgery By Physicians Rehabilitation As with any surgery, knee replacement surgery carries risks. There is a chance with knee replacement surgery to experience the following post-surgical complications: . Infection . Blood clots in the leg vein or lungs . Heart attack . Stroke . Nerve damage . Allergic reactions to anesthesia …

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2019 Insurance Options – Some “NEW” Options Available Now!

2019 Insurance Options – Some “NEW” Options Available Now!

By Ulla-Undine Merritt (Dee) National Producer Number (NPN) 8853366 Medicare general Annual Election Period also known as AEP is every Oct 15-Dec 7 with January 1st effective date. In 2019 we had a new Open Enrollment Period where you could have made one Medicare Advantage Plan change or went back to Original Medicare and you could have bought a standalone …

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Neuropathy? Or is it?

Neuropathy? Or is it?

By John Mina, D.P.M. These days we hear more and more about neuropathy. People often attribute all their foot ailments to neuropathy: Burning, Tingling, Numbness, and Pain to name the most common but also loss of balance, swelling, and weakness. The truth is that many of these symptoms can indeed be caused by neuropathy. But frequently the problems are not cause …

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LIFE BEYOND CANCER

While the end of successful cancer treatment is a time for celebration, it can also mean new challenges for survivors. Returning to work and managing the ongoing emotional and physical effects of cancer and cancer treatment often presents unanticipated changes for patients and their families. The key to returning to a normal life after treatment may be found in establishing …

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Failure is a Part of Growth

By Pastor Timothy L. Neptune The Apostle Peter was a bold man. He stepped up when others stepped back. He was often the first to speak in a group setting. Because of his faith, he was able to walk on water. And, like most risk takers, he experienced his share of failures. Faith involves risk. Failure is a possibility. But …

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The Common Illnesses Seen In An Urgent Care Setting

The Common Illnesses Seen In An Urgent Care Setting

By Dr. Alan Goldstein, MD Medical Director, Bonita Community Health Center Inc. Snowbirds, part-timers, and vacationers; no matter how they are defined, many people come to our beloved SWFL throughout the year. Often times they bring various viruses and bacterial infections along with them that can have an impact on our year round inhabitants. While some may have a primary care …

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Alleviating Pain and Postponing Surgery: Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Alleviating Pain and Postponing Surgery: Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Over 116 million people suffer from chronic pain disorders ranging from fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, neuropathy, back, hip and neck pain. Whether trauma or degenerative diseases have caused your pain, the consensus is usually the same; people want their pain to decrease so they can improve their quality of life. Arthritis is One of the Most Common Causes of Pain Arthritis is a …

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Getting Help for Sleep Disturbances is Critical for Your Health: CBD is the Natural Alternative That May Work For You

Getting Help for Sleep Disturbances is Critical for Your Health

Are you getting a good night’s sleep? Do you have insomnia? If you experience sleep disturbances, not only are you less effective at work and with daily activities because you’re exhausted, but it may have significant repercussions on your overall health. If you have trouble falling asleep, or you find yourself waking up during the night, unable to fall back …

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At Last—New Treatment for Muscle, Tendon, and Nerve Injuries Shows to be Effective for People Aged 55+ Even if You’ve Tried Other Treatments Before

At Last—New Treatment for Muscle, Tendon, and Nerve Injuries

By Dr. Scott Gray Back In Motion Sport & Spine Physical Therapy Do you have back pain, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel, tension headaches, a rotator cuff injury, muscle strains, or other forms of soft tissue injuries? If so, there is an advanced treatment method that offers long-term relief, and in many cases, a complete reversal of the condition, it can …

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Binge Eating Disorder, What is the Link and Treatment

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Binge Eating Disorder, What is the Link and Treatment

By Chrisanna Harrington, MA, RDN, LMHC Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a psychiatric disorder that is a direct consequence of experiencing trauma. Experiencing war, working in emergency response areas, sexual, emotional or physical abuse, a threat of death, even childhood neglect can cause changes in the brain. Also, if the traumatic event did not happen to you directly and you were …

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