Treatments That Might Help Your Whiplash Injury Heal

Posted on: 25 July 2017
A whiplash injury can cause quite a bit of neck pain. You could be in pain immediately or the pain may not start until hours later. Each case of whiplash is different. The degree of your injury and the length of your recovery depend on how badly the muscles, tendons, or ligaments in your neck are injured and on the general condition of your neck and spine before the accident. It could take several weeks to completely heal.
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Planning A Spinal Compression Surgery Recovery So That You Can Get Moving Faster

Posted on: 4 July 2017
Learning that you need to have spinal surgery can be a frightening venture into an unknown place, but you will soon be back on your feet. With proper care, you will actually feel much better after spinal compression surgery than you did while suffering from sciatica, a small fracture in your backbone, or even to correct a severe curvature of the spine. Your posture will be better, you will feel less stress on your lower extremities, and your back will become more flexible.
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Does Your Child Have Roseola?

Posted on: 24 May 2017
A cold is not the only common illness your child can experience by the age of two. Roseola is an infection that most children have that usually does not require any medical treatment. However, there are some children who develop complications that require immediate intervention. If your child is showing the symptoms of roseola, here is what you need to know.   What Are the Symptoms of Roseola?  Roseola is a viral infection that usually does not cause symptoms.
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What You Need To Know About Flossing

Posted on: 25 February 2017
At the end of a long day, it might sometimes feel like a struggle to even brush your teeth, so flossing seems like it's out of the question. Don't have this type of mindset. Flossing isn't just a helpful suggestion. It is a way to protect your oral health today and into the future. Make sure you aren't minimizing this important step. Why It's Important In a nutshell, flossing is an important part of keeping tooth decay and gum disease at bay.
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