Bill Silva

  • 3 Common Scalp Issues

    Every day, many people suffer from scalp issues. Do you have a dry, itchy scalp? Is your scalp consistently the locus of discomfort? It could be the case that you're suffering from a scalp related issue. Here are some of the most common scalp related issues and how to go about treating them. Allergic Contact Dermatitis This issue occurs because you are having an allergic reaction to something that is touching your scalp on a regular basis. [Read More]

  • How Fat Extraction From Liposuction Is Used To Enlarge Or Reshape Sexual Areas Of The Body

    Have you always wished you were more well-endowed in the genital region rather than chubby in your mid-section? Ladies, have you ever wished your labia had a fuller, more youthful look, and that you had less abdominal fat? Maybe you wanted a rounder, larger derriere? You can accomplish all of the above through liposuction and fat extraction of your own fat cells, and here is how. Bigger Bum Some ladies want a bigger bum, or a rounder derriere. [Read More]

  • What To Remember When You Have A Cut

    Lacerations, or cuts, happen all the time. Whether it's a tiny paper cut or a cut from a knife while chopping vegetables – they happen frequently. Since they are so common people often think about them as a minor problem. No, a cut isn't a life threatening emergency, but it can spiral into a more serious concern if it is not cared for correctly. Make sure you know how to properly care for your cut as well as how to monitor the healing process. [Read More]

  • Should You Run To The Gym If You'Re Feeling Run Down?

    You finally got into your groove of a regular fitness routine, and you love it. You find the post-workout endorphin high invigorating and you can't pass a mirror without admiring the results of your devoted efforts. This can lead to discouragement when the day comes that you feel just a touch under the weather. Everyone gets sick or run down on occasion, and you are not alone in being reluctant to break your workout routine. [Read More]

  • Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy | A Closer Look For Moms-To-Be

    A swollen midsection, aching back, and general pains that come along with housing a growing baby can make pregnancy one of the most uncomfortable experiences you ever have as a woman. If you have always counted on a chiropractor to help you out when you have general musculoskeletal issues, you may be thinking that nine months is far too long to do without a visit --especially at a time when you feel like you need it the worst. [Read More]

  • 4 Tips For A Smooth C-Section Recovery

    Bringing a new baby into the world is a very exciting event, but it can also be physically trying. If a woman requires a Cesarean section (C-section) to deliver her child, she may experience a longer postpartum recovery period compared to a vaginal birth. A C-section is major abdominal surgery, but there are several things that a woman can do to help ensure a smooth recovery. If you will need a C-section in the near future, use the following tips: [Read More]

  • 3 Medications That May Worsen Your Asthma Symptoms

    If you have asthma and notice a worsening of your symptoms, your non-asthma medications may be to blame. Certain drugs can affect lung function, promote airway instability, and decrease your respiratory rate. Both prescription and over-the-counter medications can exacerbate your asthma, however, do not stop taking them without discussing it with your physician. Here are three medications that may worsen your asthma symptoms of coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and increased sputum production. [Read More]

  • Dancing In The Pain: Understanding Flexor Hallucis Longus Tendonitis In Ballet Dancers

    Some injuries are nearly unique to ballet dancers, and flexor hallucis longus tendonitis is one of them. The condition is painful and can disrupt your dance routine. However, understanding what causes the ailment and what symptoms to watch for may spare you from being sidelined on the dance floor. What is flexor hallucis longus tendonitis? The flexor hallucis longus tendon is a muscle in the calf that helps to provide power to the foot. [Read More]

  • Physical Therapy Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises That Can Correct Your Urinary Frequency Problems

    If you are an older woman and you have bladder issues such as urinary incontinence, physical therapy treatments aimed at retraining your urinary muscles can fix this problem that frequently sends you running to the bathroom to empty your bladder. Running to the bathroom only increases the downward movement of urine. Right then, urine spills on your undergarment clothing and onto the toilet seat. You can stop bladder issues of urinary frequency by performing physical therapy-directed pelvic floor muscle strengthening exercises. [Read More]