Physical Therapy Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises That Can Correct Your Urinary Frequency Problems
19 April 2016
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.
3 Ways That A Foot And Ankle Specialist Can Help
4 April 2016
One of the most useful medical professionals to consult is a foot and ankle specialist, mostly because any issues with your feet and ankle can cause problems with a variety of other parts of your body. Listed below are just a few of the ways that a foot and ankle specialist can help you.
One of the biggest reasons that many people see a foot and ankle specialist is to determine if they can take up running.
Three Lesser-Known Uses For Medical Cannabis
21 March 2016
Every since President Nixon declared his War On Drugs in the 1970s, marijuana has been a topic of debate among recreational users, those who believe cannabis has medical value, and the people who still view marijuana as a dangerous drug. With the recent changes in the law regarding the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, there has been a lot of buzz around just what this "drug" could be useful for when it comes to medical treatment, and it no doubt leaves you with questions as an onlooker.
3 Things You Need To Know About Poikiloderma Of Civatte
3 March 2016
Poikiloderma of Civatte is a skin condition that affects middle-aged or senior women. It's characterized by dark patches on the neck. Here are three things you need to know about Poikiloderma of Civatte.
What are the signs of Poikiloderma of Civatte?
If you develop Poikiloderma of Civatte, you'll notice red or brown patches on the sides and front of your neck. In some cases, the sides of the face and the chin can also be affected.