4 Helpful Tips For Helping A Senior Recover From A Stroke

Posted on: 24 March 2015

A stroke occurs when blood flow to your brain stops and can lead to permanent disability if it is not treated right away. Although a stroke can happen at any age, it is more common in the elderly. According to the American Stroke Association, the risk of suffering a stroke doubles for each decade after age 55. If your elderly loved one recently suffered a stroke, you can help him get better. [Read More]

4 Tips For Success After Gastric Bypass Surgery

Posted on: 9 March 2015

Are you considering gastric bypass surgery? If you're very obese, then surgery could be a great option. It reduces the size of your stomach, which means it will take less food to make you feel full. Gastric bypass surgery isn't a sure thing, though. There are some people have the surgery and initially lose weight, but soon return to their original weight. To avoid having that experience, you'll need to change your habits. [Read More]

Why You Should See A Sports Medicine Doctor

Posted on: 26 February 2015

Whether you are involved in sports as a profession, for your own physical fitness, or just for the sheer fun of it, there might be a time when you need to visit a sports medicine doctor. However, do you know when those times might be? If you are not aware as to when you should see a sports medicine doctor, continue to read. Sports Related Injury A lot of problems can stem from a sports related injury. [Read More]

What To Expect After Cataract Surgery

Posted on: 16 February 2015

Do you have cataracts or have a family member with cataracts? Will you be going in for cataract surgery soon? Whether you'll be talking to the ophthalmologist about it or you've already discussed the surgery with them, here is some useful and interesting information that you might like to know about what to expect: Local anesthesia: One of the most popular cataract surgeries today, called phacoemulsification, frequently uses only a local anesthetic. If the patient is nervous about this and don't want to see the surgery happening, the ophthalmologist may also offer general anesthesia as an option. [Read More]