Keeping Our Bodies Healthy
If you have cataracts, you may be ready to get your vision back. One way to do that is through cataract surgery. Cataract surgery removes the cataract from your eyes, helping to restore your vision. Before your scheduled cataract surgery, you’ll need to prepare. Here are four things you need to know about the procedure.
You’ll Have an Artificial Lens
If you need cataract surgery, your eye surgeon will remove the affected lens. Read More»
If you have been experiencing spinal pain, you know that it can affect every aspect of your life, from your work to your home life. Even sleeping can be painful and difficult when you have spinal pain. When you finally break down and decide to go to the doctor for your spinal pain, you may be wondering what you can or should expect from the treatment process. Get to know more about spinal pain treatment options. Read More»
Seeing a psychiatrist for the first time can be both exciting and a little bit scary. If you have been struggling with mental health problems for a while, then this is a very smart, and likely necessary, step. However, there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding the psychiatry profession, and there are is sadly still some stigma associated with seeing a psychiatrist. This can cause a little apprehension, but if you know what to expect during your first appointment, then you can approach it from a calmer, more prepared perspective. Read More»
LASIK surgery is life-changing for so many patients. It is so amazing to suddenly be able to see clearly without glasses or contacts! LASIK has come a long way in recent years and is a very safe option. Eye doctors are also careful to only perform the procedure on patients who are good candidates and are likely to recover well. However, some of the responsibility for a good experience does fall on you as a patient. Read More»
If you’ve been diagnosed with severe scoliosis (abnormal curvature of the spine), there’s a good chance your doctor has presented surgery as a recommended treatment option. While the thought of having spinal surgery done may seem scary, the truth is that a minimally invasive scoliosis procedure known as video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) can often be used to correct this ailment. Using two small incisions, this procedure can be performed under a general anesthetic, with most patients returning home within just a few days. Read More»