4 Perks To Choosing An Assisted Living Facility

Posted on: 18 January 2016

As your elderly love one continues to age, he or she may require more daily care assistance. It can be difficult knowing when it's time to get help. If your loved one is no longer enjoying a regular quality of life, it may be time. Choosing to have your loved one live in an assisted living facility can be a great option. Take a look at the following information to better understand the perks to choosing this type of care facility. [Read More]

How To Naturally Relieve Pain From A Crick In Your Neck

Posted on: 1 January 2016

If you experience sudden neck pain, it could be a crick. A crick in the neck usually occurs form sleeping in the wrong position, but is also caused by muscle spasms, issues with facet joints (the joints that control the spine), or nerve irritation. The pain may run into the shoulder blades and back, which prevents you from turning your head. Here are some home treatments for getting cricks out of your neck. [Read More]

Tips For Spending The Holidays With Loved Ones In An Assisted Living

Posted on: 16 December 2015

If you have a loved on who is in an assisted living facility, you might worry about how to best spend the holidays with him or her. You want to make sure that you spend enough time with that person so that he or she feels loved and appreciated during the holidays, but not make the day feel forced or uncomfortable. Here are some tips for spending the holidays with a loved one in an assisted living facility. [Read More]

Are You New To Running With Foot And Shin Pain ? Don't Stress And Get Treatment Fast

Posted on: 1 December 2015

If you have been getting out and running a lot and you are starting to feel an aching pain in your feet or shins after you start running, you could be developing stress fractures. This is common when you start exercising suddenly and if you don't take the time to stretch properly, and you want to seek treatment right away.  The treatment for your pain will be based on the severity of the problem, and you should consult a podiatrist or sports medicine professional. [Read More]