A Mom's Priority: Pediatric Healthcare

FAQs About Knee Stem Cell Therapy

Knee pain may occur due to injury or muscle damage due to aging. Additionally, conditions such as osteoarthritis may cause severe knee pain. The common treatments you may turn to include pain medication and physical therapy. However, these treatments may not eliminate knee pain permanently. Therefore, consider knee pain stem cell therapy. But, you need to know as much as possible regarding the procedure to make an informed decision. Fortunately, these helpful FAQs will provide insights on knee pain stem cell treatment.   Read More...

Rheumatoid Arthritis And Osteoarthritis: Similarities And Differences

Arthritic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis share both similarities and differences. If you have rheumatoid arthritis, then your care may be managed by a rheumatologist. Conversely, if you have osteoarthritis, your primary care physician or orthopedic doctor may be the appropriate healthcare provider to manage your condition. Here are some similarities and differences between rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.  Similarities Both rheumatoid and osteoarthritis cause joint pain and inflammation. They can also cause morning stiffness, limited range of motion, and decreased flexibility.   Read More...

What To Expect From A Substance Abuse Program

Admitting that you need substance abuse therapy is a big step. Once you realize that you need help you are halfway to getting back to a normal life. However, if this is your first time in rehab you may be feeling apprehensive and nervous. You are probably not sure what to expect. Here's an overview of what will happen when you are admitted to a substance abuse rehab program. The Check-In Process   Read More...

Kids Eye Exam: Everything You Need to Know

Is your child having difficulties with reading, writing, or doing schoolwork? Have they expressed that their eyes seem to tire easily or work harder than other kids their age? Do they often squint, complain of headaches, or get eye infections frequently? If so, it may be the prime time to consider pediatric eye care. Children may not be aware of their own vision problems, so it's up to parents to observe their kids for signs that they need an eye exam.   Read More...

How Might A Dermatologist Treat Warts?

If you have warts on your hands, feet, or other parts of your body, then it is a good idea to visit a dermatologist. Yes, there are over-the-counter treatments for warts, but they can take a while to work, and they don't always work for more stubborn warts. Here are some of the treatments a dermatologist might administer for your warts. Cryotherapy Cryotherapy is the treatment dermatologists will recommend for most small to medium warts.   Read More...