3 Parts Of A DOT Physical

11 December 2020
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If you are going to drive certain kinds of vehicles, you have to have a special license. Part of the requirements of having those specific licenses is having a valid physical on record. The physical has to be done to the Department of Transportation's specifications, not just any physical. That means that you need to find a medical provider who can perform one of these physicals. So, what is going to happen in one of these physicals? Read More 

Therapies for Autoimmune Diseases

22 September 2020
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If you have been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, then you've probably been prescribed some medications like immunosuppressants and corticosteroids. These medications can make a huge difference in how you feel from day to day, but they do not erase your symptoms completely. If you would like some additional relief, then it is a good idea to look into complementary therapies. These are mostly natural and lifestyle-based remedies that won't directly treat your autoimmune disorder but will help ease the symptoms. Read More 

How Your Primary Care Doctor Can Help You With Weight Loss

26 May 2020
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When you are hoping to lose weight, you may feel overwhelmed by the process. There is much to do and think about, and changing habits and daily routines can be tough to say the least. You may be wondering who and what can help you in your attempts to lose weight. One of the resources available to you that you may not have thought much about is your primary care doctor. Read More 

Helpful Tips For Successful Vestibular Balance Rehabilitation

21 February 2020
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Being dizzy and falling often due to a vestibular balance disorder can be scary. Fortunately, physical therapy rehabilitation is commonly prescribed for people who are diagnosed with a vestibular balance disorder. If you've been diagnosed with a vestibular balance disorder and have been prescribed physical therapy, here are a few important things you can do to ensure progress with your vestibular balance rehabilitation. Discuss Your Medication  Certain medications can cause vestibular balance problems, so you'll need to discuss your medications with your physician, both over the counter medicines and ones you've been prescribed. Read More