Causes And Treatment Of Neck And Back Pain

If you have ever suffered from back or neck pain, you know that it can be very debilitating. If the pain is bad enough, just getting up from a chair or couch can hurt and trying to get through the day may be a struggle. There are treatments for pain like this but they vary greatly because the cause of the pain can be very different. Here are some things you can do if you have back or neck pain and some of the things that can cause it: Read More 

Baby On Board: 4 Steps To Take For A Healthy Pregnancy

If you're pregnant, you know that you need to visit your OBGYN as soon as possible. Early medical care can help ensure a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby. However, you might not know that a healthy pregnancy requires additional support from several other healthcare providers. In fact, you should actually have an entire team of healthcare providers during your pregnancy. To help get you started on the path to a healthy pregnancy, here are four things you should do: Read More 

It’s That Time Of Year: How To Keep Your Kids Healthy During The School Year

During the summer, it's easy to keep track of your kids and ensure healthy habits. However, once your kids go back to school, all bets are off. You have no way of knowing if they're doing things that could jeopardize their health, such as climbing to the top of the jungle gym and letting go. While accidents do happen, and kids do get sick, there are some things you can do as a parent or guardian to make sure your kids stay healthy during the school year. Read More 

Four Things To Consider Before Getting A Facelift

Getting a facelift or any type of facial cosmetic surgery can help you to look more youthful, and it can sometimes also help to boost your self-esteem. However, there are a few things you should take into consideration before you get a facelift. Use this guide to help determine if this option is right for you: What Are The Realistic Results? Your plastic surgeon should be able to help you understand what the expected results will be. Read More 

Exercise-Related Reasons to Visit Your Family Doctor

Getting regular exercise is integral to maintaining your health, but you may occasionally notice exercise-related issues that concern you. While you should seek emergency medical treatment for issues such as shortness of breath or broken bones, you can also rely on help from your family doctor for other concerns. In some cases, this physician will refer you to a specialist. For example, you might be sent to a podiatrist if you commonly develop heel pain while exercising. Read More