Top 4 Conditions Treated by an Orthopaedic Doctor

Posted on: 19 August 2016

Certain injuries and conditions affect a person's musculoskeletal system. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, this includes everything from your bones, muscles, and nerves to your joints, ligaments, and tendons. The following list of conditions are some of the most frequent conditions that are treated by this specific type of doctor.  Achilles Tendinitis There are several reasons a person may experience achilles tendinitis, with the two most common being sports-related injury and the aging process.
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Three Reasons To Switch To Medical Cannabis Oil And Lotion For Body Pain

Posted on: 3 August 2016

If you deal with pain, especially joint pain or issues with your back and neck, you may notice that it gets harder to move as time goes on. If you are on medication for your pain and you live in a state that has approved medical cannabis, you may be interested in trying medical marijuana for your pain issues. There are a number of ways to receive treatment via cannabis, however, one of the ways that you may want to take cannabis for pain is through oil and lotion.
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Answering Questions Concerning Non-Surgical Weight Loss

Posted on: 22 July 2016

Being severely overweight can be a source of low self-esteem and potentially serious health complications. Sadly, there are many people that will struggle with maintaining a healthy weight. Some individuals might fail to appreciate the benefits of receiving professional treatment for weight loss. However, these individuals may not be sure of what they should expect from these programs, and if this is true for you, the following answers to a couple of questions about non-surgical weight-loss programs may help you to better evaluate this option.
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Tips For Controlling Medical Equipment Costs

Posted on: 12 July 2016

If you are the manager of a hospital or another large healthcare provider, you likely spend a ton of money on medical equipment. Medical equipment is expensive because a lot of it required years to develop, is perfectly calibrated, and is specially made. This can cause your medical equipment costs to get out of control. Here are some tips for making sure that you don't blow your budget but manage to get everything you need to provide a superior level of care.
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