3 Non-Surgical Treatments For Uterine Fibroids

Posted on: 15 January 2016

Uterine fibroids – noncancerous tumors that develop in the uterus – are a very common condition for women. The statistics indicate that between 20 to 40 percent of all women develop uterine fibroids, and it's possible that up to 80 percent of African American develop them. In spite of this, there is no universally agreed-upon best treatment option for the condition. For a long time, a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) or surgery to remove the fibroids from the uterus were the go-to options, and it's still a common treatment option for many women. [Read More]

Tips To Prepare For Your First Chemotherapy Session

Posted on: 13 May 2015

About 14 million people each and every year are informed they have cancer.  If you are one of these people, then an oncologist can provide you with information on your type of cancer and the types of treatments available to you.  A large majority of individuals with cancer are asked to consider chemotherapy.  Chemotherapy is a type of cancer therapy where cancer killing drugs are pumped into the body.  The oncology treatment is highly effective, but there are some side effects that may be quite bothersome. [Read More]

Battling Issues From PCS? 3 Symptoms Physical Therapy Can Help Alleviate

Posted on: 1 May 2015

Post-concussion syndrome, which is frequently referred to as PCS by healthcare professionals and affected individuals, is a complex condition with a wide range of symptoms. Some patients only experience mild headaches or occasional bouts of neck pain, while other people have debilitating symptoms, such as extreme fatigue and migraines, that hinder their abilities to tackle everyday tasks. Currently, there is no cure for PCS, but there are actions you can take to manage your symptoms. [Read More]

Hypokinesia: What Is It And How Does A Sonogram Detect It?

Posted on: 21 April 2015

If your doctor suspects that you have hypokinesia and schedules a sonogram of your heart, you probably have many questions about your condition and diagnostic test. Hypokinesia occurs when your muscles change how they move in your body. When the problem occurs in your heart's muscle tissues, it can be potentially life-threatening because the change in movement can stop your heartbeat. A sonogram is the best tool to diagnose hypokinesia. A sonogram is a detailed and intricate picture or image of the inside of your body, including the heart muscles, heart valves and arteries. [Read More]