How A Sports Foot Injury Is Treated

Posted on: 17 September 2019

If you have injured your foot while playing sports, you will need to make sure that you are getting the proper sport injury treatment services. This way, you will not only heal quickly, but properly, and this will allow you to get back out on the court or field in no time at all. Until you are able to get back out there and play the game you love, you will want to focus on the following ways in which foot injuries should be treated.
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Swimmer's Ear 101

Posted on: 23 July 2019

With much of the nation experiencing some of the hottest days of summer thus far, heading to the nearest watering hole to go swimming is a common recreational activity. Unfortunately, getting "swimmer's ear" is a distinct possibility. Here is what you should know about this painful condition. What Is Swimmer's Ear?  Swimmer's ear is an infection of your ear canal. This is the long narrow tube that runs from your outer ear to your eardrum.
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Indica vs. Sativa: Not All Medical Cannabis Is Created Equal

Posted on: 19 June 2019

If you have never purchased medication from a medicinal cannabis dispensary before, then it's likely you are concerned about which strain will best meet your needs. For example, you may want to achieve one of the following things specifically: mental relaxation an increased appetite a reduction in pain better-quality or longer sleep Thanks to the advanced plant genetics and specialty breeding programs today, you have a wide variety of different strains to choose from.
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Is Foot Pain Affecting Your Career As A Waitress? Arthritis Treatment May Be Necessary

Posted on: 15 May 2019

You've been a waitress for over 20 years and you're proud of your career. However, you've been experiencing a lot of foot pain lately and aren't sure why. You stay in good shape, eat healthy, and stretch your feet every day. Unfortunately, you could be developing symptoms of foot arthritis that need a foot doctor to properly manage. Foot Pain Can Be Hard to Handle When foot pain starts affecting you during a work day, you're going to struggle to finish with your shift.
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