Maintenance Tasks Completed Daily For Your Hearing Aids

If you have just started using hearing aids with the last few weeks, then your audiologist will provide you with information on how the aids work. And, you may learn about some of the tasks that should be completed on a regular basis to keep the aids in great condition. Some of the things that you should do must be completed on a daily basis. Keep reading to learn about these tasks. Read More 

The Many Uses Of Cold Laser Therapy

Cold laser therapy is a very versatile, non-invasive therapy, and it's also something you can use at home. There are FDA-approved devices that you can purchase at a medical supply store and even at some pharmacies. But once you have a cold laser device, how can you use it? Take a look: To Help Ease Arthritis Pain Cold laser therapy is really helpful for reducing inflammation. It stimulates blood flow to the tissues you use it on, and this helps all the extra fluid drain away from the inflamed area. Read More 

How Hormone Replacement Helps Young Men With ED

Erectile dysfunction or ED is a devastating problem that often takes many men by surprise. For example, younger men may not think that they have any risk of ED and that they are in the prime of their sexual life. However, there's a good chance that they may end up suffering from a hormone imbalance that destroys their ability to get an erection. If they do, it may be necessary to get testosterone replacement therapy. Read More 

How Physical Therapy Can Restore Function And Improve Mobility One Step At A Time

When you are in pain, you begin to use compensatory strategies to walk that decrease your pain temporarily. This adaptive strategy ends up causing you more problems over the long term because you begin limping or walking in ways that use your muscles, joints, and ligaments incorrectly. A physical therapist will be able to assess your gait mechanics and identify areas where you have strained your muscles. Through manual therapy, stretching, exercises, and education, your physical therapist will help you recover function you have lost by dealing with the cause of your pain. Read More 

The Ins And Outs Of Cauliflower Ears, And How They Can Be Surgically Restored

If you're interested in combat sports such as boxing or wrestling, or heavy contact sports such as football or rugby, you've probably seen your fair share of cauliflower ears in your time, and may even have one yourself. However, anybody who has suffered some kind of blunt trauma to the ear, for instance during a car crash or an accident at work, can develop a cauliflower ear, and the resulting distortion of the affected ear can be a big knock to your self-confidence. Read More