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The Magic of Massage Therapy

I was going through intense physical therapy to recover after surgery, and every day I went to bed with sore, achy muscles. Finally, my physical therapist suggest I give massage therapy a try. Massage therapy really helped me relax and unwind after a hard day at physical therapy, but I think it also helped speed my recovery. It helped with blood flow and circulation, and I really felt much better after every session. I liked it so much that I kept going even after I was fully recovered. I started this blog to talk about the magic of massage therapy. It really helped me, and I believe that it can really help others as well. If you’ve been wanting to learn what massage therapy is like and how it helps, you’ll find the answers here on my blog.

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How IV Infusion Pumps Protect Your Coma Patients From Undernourishment

Caring for coma patients can be a real challenge due to their unique care demands. They cannot make decisions for themselves about their food and require you to take care of all their nourishment needs via intravenous injection. Therefore, it is wise to seriously consider the benefits of a high-quality IV infusion pump for managing this problem and improving your care of coma patients. Failure tomanage the nutrition of a coma patient properly could result in serious issues, including the death of a patient. Read More 

3 Tips For Choosing The Bariatric Surgery That Is Right For You

Bariatric surgery is an important tool for many people who cannot lose weight on their own, especially people who are at high risk of mortality because of their weight. Choosing the right type of bariatric surgery services is an important decision to have the best chance of success. 1. Consider Your Starting Weight In many cases, the recommended surgery will depend on your starting weight. People who do not have a tremendous amount of weight to lose, such as less than 200 pounds, might be recommended to have the vertical sleeve gastrectomy (VSG). Read More 

3 Tips For Preparing For Your Eye Exam

The key to seeing your best rests in having a routine eye exam. Doing this will allow you to know the state of your vision, and it's possible for many potential issues to be found. However, as with any type of medical testing, you may be a bit anxious about the entire process. This makes it especially important to know specific tips to allow you to prepare for this appointment in advance. Read More 

Working With Medical Professionals To Reduce School Absences

As a parent, you do all that you can to ensure that your kids are happy, healthy and strong. You work to keep up with the household, you do your best to transport every child to the different activities that they take part in. You take your kids in for their regular medical exams and you provide them with healthy food to eat each day. After all of this, you would think that your kids would be able to make it to school each day. Read More 

3 Important Patient Chart Audit Tips For Hospital Managers

An important part of the billing process for hospital managers is analyzing patient charts. Doing so can help identify medical errors and maximize reimbursements. Although these audits may seem complex to carry out, they don't have to be if you consider these useful tips: Create Systematic Policies  To make patient chart audits less time-consuming and stressful, you need to create systematic policies for all of your staff to follow. This way, errors and miscommunication will be less likely to occur during the audit process. Read More