How To Create A Medical Care Binder For An Aging Parent
28 September 2015
A medical binder is one of the single most important tools you can have when it comes to managing an aging parent's healthcare. While it's useful if your parent is still independent, it is indispensable if they have a home caregiver that is helping them manage their health. The purpose of the binder is to keep all of their health records in a single place. It is then taken to each medical appointment and available for every visiting healthcare worker.
Knee Replacement? 3 Physical Activities That Will Help You Recover Quicker
10 September 2015
While you may expect to be laid up for a few days or even a week or more after knee replacement surgery, you won't be. Within at least 24 hours of your surgery, you will begin the arduous journey of physical rehabilitation. The process starts with your first attempt to get out of bed and ends when you resume your normal activities without pain and restriction. For most people, this takes approximately 12 weeks, but everyone is different.
Tips For New Prosthetic Leg Patients
25 August 2015
Losing your leg can be an extremely difficult loss to experience. In addition to the intense pain and stress this causes, it can make daily life far more difficult. Fortunately, prosthetics have experienced numerous advancements in recent years that have helped improve the quality of these devices. However, if you have never been around prosthetic legs, you may not understand what to expect from these devices. By using these following tips, you can avoid some routine sources of issues.
Three Ways To Assist A Family With A Member In An Urgent Care Facility
11 August 2015
When someone you know has a family member admitted to an urgent care facility, the family's world can quickly be turned upside-down. As a non-family member, you might want to help the family get through this challenging time, but where to start? Visiting the urgent care facility to offer your support is one approach, but some families are resistant to the idea of an outsider being around during a private family moment.