2 Ways That A Physical Therapist Can Help You Manage Pain

Posted on: 17 September 2015
Dealing with chronic or extreme pain can be very difficult for most people, but there are quite a few healthcare professionals, such as those at Potter's House Apothecary, Inc, out there that can help you manage your pain. One of the most useful professionals when it comes to managing pain is a physical therapist who can assist you by offering in-home therapy and prevent you from aggravating your condition. In-Home Therapy
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Varicose Veins: Treatment And Prevention

Posted on: 5 September 2015
Varicose veins may look scary and threatening, but most of the time, they are veins that are closer to the surface of your skin and this can be caused by a variety of things. Learn more about varicose veins, possible treatment options, and ways to prevent them in the future. What are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are twisted and or swollen veins near the surface of the skin. Varicose veins can be caused by obesity, pregnancy, age, and can be passed down from parent to child.
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Questions Orthopedic Surgery Patients Often Have

Posted on: 20 August 2015
Injuries to your joints can be extremely debilitating, and surgery is often required to repair this type of damage. Luckily, arthroscopic surgery has made it possible for your doctor to perform these procedures using much smaller incisions, which allow patients to experience a much shorter recovering time. However, if you have never undergone this type of procedure, you may benefit from the following answers to common arthroscopic surgery questions.  What Should You Expect Immediately Following Arthroscopic Surgery?
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5 Signs Your Toddler Needs Pediatric Speech Therapy

Posted on: 7 August 2015
If you have a toddler, he or she may find it difficult to pronounce certain words or construct complex sentences. It's normal of preschoolers to mispronounce consonant sounds, such as "th" or "l." The word "math" may end up sounding more like "maf." Likewise, "long" may be mispronounced as "wong." Nevertheless, you should at least be able to understand most of your youngster's words. In addition, if your little one's speech does not show improvement over time, you may want to consider pediatric speech therapy.
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