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2 Essential Oils To Help Treat Muscle Soreness During Physical Therapy

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If you are suffering from motor issues, then physical therapy can help to improve any joint stiffness and lack of movement. Physical therapy is usually intense and it requires months of consistent practice before you notice large improvements. While the process often yields great results, it can also result in muscle soreness. The more severe your arthritis or motor issues are then the more soreness that you may experience. The soreness can be difficult to endure, luckily, there are a few essential oils that you can use to ease muscle soreness during physical therapy. Read More»

Restaurant Servers: How to Avoid Foot Damage

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If you are a restaurant server, you might enjoy working a fast-paced job and meeting new people on a daily basis. However, one thing  you might not like is the impact on your body. For example, being on your feet all day long in a restaurant setting can lead to discomfort at the end of the day. It can even cause permanent damage to your feet if you aren’t careful. Luckily, following a few tips can help you prevent foot damage and can assist you in being as comfortable as possible while you’re working – and after you get off work. Read More»

Three Reasons Why Your New Hospital Executives Should Go Through Biomedical CAPA Training

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If your hospital has recently hired some fresh business college graduates, or you have some more experienced executives starting their new jobs, there are probably several types of training you still want them to complete before they can fully engage in their responsibilities. Among those trainings, you may want them to complete a biomedical CAPA training. Here are three good reasons for making sure your hospital executive staff has either had this training, completes this training before starting their jobs, or refreshes this training and understands how it applies to the work you expect them to do. Read More»

Alternative Ways To Alleviate Aches And Pains

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If you struggle with any chronic aches and pains, you may want to consider some alternative methods of pain relief in conjunction with your medical treatment plan. These options are not recommended as a substitute for medical treatment, but may expedite recovery and healing when you are using them in a collaborative approach with other treatment modalities. Talk with your provider about conditions that can be alleviated with the following holistic options: Read More»

The Types Of Supportive In-Home Care Provided By Visiting Nurses And Health Care Workers

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When you think of “assisted living,” you probably think of nurses helping the elderly. While that is true, and probably the most common type of assisted living, assisted living facilities and nurses help many other groups of people too. If you or a family member requires more care than everyone around you can give, age and/or physical ailment is no barrier. Here are the other patient groups that assisted living nurses and supportive, in-home care can help. Read More»