What To Expect During Knee Replacement Surgery

19 December 2019
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Arthritis can cause significant pain, but the pain isn't the extent of the damage. Over time, arthritis can wear away the cartilage inside your knee. Cartilage is necessary because it cushions your joint and prevents your bones from scraping against each other. Without sufficient cartilage, you will experience severe pain and likely be unable to use your knee normally. Cartilage doesn't grow back once it's destroyed. If your knee has been irreversibly damaged by arthritis, you may be a good candidate for knee replacement surgery. Read More 

Preparing for Your Infusion with Comfort Items in Place

27 September 2019
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Getting an infusion can be a lengthy process. Whether you are dealing with rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, or an autoimmune disease that requires medication by infusion, you may sit for hours while the medication is slowly infused into your body. To prepare yourself for the infusion, it can help to bring comfort items with you. If you are nervous about treatment, you can bring a friend with you to help ease your stress. Read More 

Is Your High School Athlete Experiencing Knee Pain? What You Should Know

21 May 2019
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When you have a child that is a high school athlete, you want to always be sure that you are supporting them in the best way possible. However, if your child starts to have issues related to their sports endeavors, you might wonder what you can and should do to help them. Knee problems and pain are common complaints among athletes of all kinds. If your child is experiencing such issues, learn some of the important facts about knee pain in student-athletes. Read More 

Understanding And Treating Asthma

5 February 2019
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The flu, a common cold, sinus infections, and respiratory infections can all affect your physical and emotional wellness. While some are more dangerous than others, these illnesses can be managed and treated, ensuring they do not affect your quality of life permanently. Unfortunately, if you develop asthma, the illness will most likely follow you throughout life, since there are no cures. Even though 1 in 13 people have asthma, the condition is not understood well by most people. Read More