How Physical Therapy Can Help Relieve Lower Back Pain

Posted on: 28 February 2023

Physical therapy exercises can be a great way to help relieve lower back pain. Your physical therapist will work with you to develop an individualized exercise program based on your fitness level, medical history, and current condition. These exercises have been designed to stretch and strengthen the muscles around your lower back and improve flexibility to reduce strain on the area. Read on to learn more about how physical therapy can help you manage and reduce your lower back pain. [Read More]

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction: Causes, Symptoms, And Treatments

Posted on: 10 January 2023

Your eustachian tubes are small tubes that connect your ears to your throat. They help maintain optimal pressure in your ears and help promote the drainage of secretions. Eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD) is a condition that refers to the blockage or inflammation of your eustachian tubes. If you have ETD, your eustachian tubes may not open and close as they should. ETD has various causes and your family care doctor will recommend the proper treatment for your eustachian tube dysfunction based on the cause. [Read More]

The Main Benefits Of Undergoing A Hemorrhoidectomy Surgical Procedure

Posted on: 8 December 2022

Hemorrhoids can be an inconvenient, embarrassing, and painful condition from which to suffer. They can make everyday living more challenging and cause you to suffer discomfort while undertaking routine tasks like driving or sitting down at your desk at work. You also may find little to no relief for them when you use over-the-counter topical gels and creams. Instead, your solution to treating this condition successfully can involve undergoing a hemorrhoidectomy surgical procedure. [Read More]

Diagnostic Workup To Rule Out Urinary Tract Infections

Posted on: 7 October 2022

If you develop frequent urinary symptoms, you may need to visit a urology health center to determine the cause. Frequent urinary symptoms are often the result of urinary tract infections, also known as bladder infections. They can also be related to dehydration, urinary retention, and pelvic floor dysfunction. Here are some things you can expect from your diagnostic workup at the urology health center.  Symptom Discussion When you present to the urology health center with urinary symptoms, the healthcare provider will need to discuss them with you. [Read More]