Did Your Husband Have A Stroke?

Posted on: 28 April 2020

Did you awake one morning to find that things weren't quite normal with your husband? As he talked, maybe his speech was slurred. It might be that his face looked totally different to you. Then maybe it hit you like a ton of bricks that your husband had had a stroke during the night. Even if you called 911 right away, you might have found once you got to the emergency room that your husband didn't get there quite fast enough. [Read More]

A Look At The Four Main Types Of Non-Surgical Hemorrhoid Treatments

Posted on: 28 April 2020

No one likes to talk about it, but many people have the issue at some time in their lives. Hemorrhoids are swollen veins that surround the rectum, and they can get irritated with too much straining. While most people will see a hemorrhoidal flare-up subside soon after they realize they have a problem, there are other unfortunate souls who develop hemorrhoids that never seem to go away. Even though hemorrhoids are literally and figuratively a pain in the butt, they are actually relatively common to treat. [Read More]

4 Reasons Therapy Is A Big Part Of Substance Abuse Treatment

Posted on: 28 April 2020

When you're addicted to drugs or alcohol, it's something that takes over a big part of your life. It can be hard to function normally and get things done. It can also have a serious strain on your personal and professional relationships. If you're wanting to make big changes and want to get help for your substance abuse problem, you may be thinking of seeing treatment. A big part of any drug or alcohol treatment program is therapy. [Read More]

How Is Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery Superior?

Posted on: 27 April 2020

Your spinal cord controls much of your body's ability to move. Your brain sends electrical impulses to the nerves in your spinal cord, which then tell the muscles in your body how to move. Spinal injuries can be devastating, but modern medicine has given doctors the tools to correct many spinal injuries surgically. Whenever possible, minimally invasive spine surgery should be preferred. It can lead to better outcomes and fewer side effects for patients. [Read More]