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Anterior Approach Total Hip Replacement

Anterior Approach Total Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement surgery is regarded by orthopedic surgeons to be one of the greatest orthopedic inventions in history. This procedure predictably improves function and relieves pain in patients who suffer from debilitating hip pain due to osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, avascular necrosis (when the ball of the hip loses its …

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Help Keep Dad Vital this Valentine’s Day

Help Keep Dad Vital this Valentine's Day

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone with numerous important functions throughout the body. In addition to its well-known roles in male reproductive health including sperm count and libido, it also has an anabolic effect on the growth and maintenance of muscle mass and bone density. Recent research suggests that …

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Stress Management Techniques

stress management

Stress is created by our reactions to situations, rather than the events themselves. We can’t always control events that happen in our life, but we can control how we respond. Here are some helpful tips for how to manage and prevent stressful feelings: Visualize a scene that is pleasant, soothing, or brings back happy memories …

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Help! I’ve Fallen And I Can’t Get Up!

fall prevention

By Denise Pott, LCSW, Assistance Home Care One January day as I was headed off to work at a midtown hospital, I had just turned the corner onto my subdivision’s main street when my eyes caught something off to my right. Although it took me a second, I quickly realized …

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TIME FOR A CHANGE!

By Jean Huelsing RN (Founder of Camp Jump Start®) As the New Year begins, many of us will resolve to change some of our not-so-good habits. One of the most popular resolutions is to lose weight and get in shape. We believe that if only we were a few pounds …

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Hormone Balance & Alzheimer’s

Every 67 seconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Two thirds of these are women. Though early symptoms are typically difficulty remembering new information, the deposition of beta amyloid plaques and tau protein tangles build inside cells and eventually cause the death of neurons that control memory, …

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Bursitis Pain?

Bursitis Pain?

Do you suffer from joint pain and swelling? Have you been diagnosed with bursitis? Do you feel like no matter what you try, you can never get relief from your symptoms? New medical advancements may be the answer to eliminate your pain. Certain factors can make you more susceptible to …

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American Generosity Moving Forward

American Generosity Moving Forward

By Jean Huelsing RN (Founder of Camp Jump Start®) What a year it has been! Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria, the wildfires in northern California and manmade atrocities have kept us glued to television, computers and cell phone screens recently. We watched the horrific events unfold in real time …

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