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Is Physical Therapy Worth It After Surgery?

By |2024-02-19T13:40:47-05:00February 19th, 2024|Nursing, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

Before scheduling your surgery, especially if it's not a straightforward and quick procedure, it's important to consider physical therapy after surgery and anything associated with it. Why? Because this therapy not only aids in a swift and complication-free recovery but also provides long-term benefits.Some patients report delayed or chronic issues after surgery, which may be [...]

Neurological Conditions Caused by Hypothyroidism

By |2024-02-12T12:53:48-05:00February 12th, 2024|Neurological Diseases, Rehabilitation|

Improper thyroid functions are known to cause mental health issues, including anxiety, restlessness, and memory problems. They also cause difficulty with mental clarity, focus, and sleep, though no two people experience identical symptoms. Though concerning, long-term hypothyroid problems may cause neurological conditions, such as stroke or mental decline. The best way for you to avoid [...]

How Long Does Fatigue Last After Heart Attack?

By |2024-02-05T12:37:56-05:00February 5th, 2024|Nursing, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

Unexplained fatigue before a heart attack is one of several symptoms. During your recovery, you likely expect such issues to disappear. Unfortunately, extreme tiredness doesn’t always go away, sometimes worsening after a myocardial infarction and lasting for several months. Luckily, several methods for reducing the problem are available, regardless of the severity of the condition.An [...]

How Do You Know If You Have A Neurological Condition?

By |2024-02-05T12:42:22-05:00January 30th, 2024|Neurological Diseases, Rehabilitation|

The signs of most diseases start slowly, and neurological conditions are no different. The symptoms often go unnoticed, failing to trigger any concern that something is wrong. However, a simple headache or brain fog may often be an early indicator of a serious medical condition. Such neurological problems occur at any age, from childhood to [...]

What Causes the Destruction of the Joints

By |2024-01-22T11:34:38-05:00January 22nd, 2024|Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

The causes of joint destruction are diverse and often multifactorial, influenced by a combination of chronic inflammation, and lifestyle factors. There are numerous underlying health conditions that can cause joint damage and explain why this condition has become so widespread. Below are some key factors that can cause joint issues, but whether your symptoms [...]

What Causes Delayed Healing After Abdominal Surgery

By |2024-01-08T11:37:43-05:00January 8th, 2024|Nursing, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

Delayed healing after abdominal surgery can be caused by various factors, though normally healing starts within a few days. Patients’ responses to surgery can also vary, depending on their age, chronic conditions, alcohol use, medication or other issues. However, it is necessary to seek medical assistance to prevent further complications.In some cases, rehabilitation is crucial [...]

Can Therapy Help Years After a Shoulder Fracture?

By |2024-01-02T11:28:32-05:00January 2nd, 2024|Rehabilitation|

Therapy after a shoulder fracture should begin immediately to reduce the risk of complications, some of which could be permanent. It’s also essential to complete rehab to ensure the best results, rather than quitting it in the middle. Of course, healing is still possible when restorative therapy is delayed. It’s still never too late to [...]

Deep Open Wound: Avoid Mistakes For Swift Healing

By |2023-12-18T14:33:49-05:00December 18th, 2023|Nursing, Rehabilitation|

If you are dealing with a deep open wound, it's important to take prompt and appropriate action to ensure proper care and minimize the risk of complications. Avoid delaying as it can lead to serious consequences. Lack of appropriate wound care may result in delayed or impaired healing.When a wound is severe, complex, or requires [...]

Walk Daily for Diabetes and See What Happens

By |2023-12-11T12:34:30-05:00December 11th, 2023|Nursing, Rehabilitation|

The hardest aspect of diabetes is keeping your blood sugar under control. Spikes are often triggered by refined sugar or when you eat too much, not soon enough, or from stress. Those decadent holiday meals and snacks also alter blood sugar levels, making weight management impossible. Luckily, one of the best activities for those with [...]

5 Signs of End-Stage Heart Failure You Shouldn’t Ignore

By |2023-12-04T11:56:01-05:00December 4th, 2023|Nursing, Rehabilitation|

The signs of the end-stage heart failure can vary, but a few are common among those with this disease. Also, it is crucial to be aware of those less common ones in order to avoid ignoring them as heart issues can be dangerous.Cardiac treatment is required to help manage these symptoms to increase the individual’s [...]

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