Leap Into The Future: 3 Extremely High Tech Mobility Devices
5 February 2015
With physical disabilities affecting more than 17 million adults in the United States, the demand for mobility equipment improvements definitely exists. Although crutches, walkers and wheelchairs meet basic mobility needs, people often crave something a little more high tech in this fast moving world. As a result, manufacturers are imagining up innovative devices that will change the way people with physical disabilities move through their home, workplace and city streets. Read on to learn more about three futuristic devices coming to the marketplace soon.
4 Tips To Prepare For A Tooth Extraction
29 January 2015
If you are going to have a tooth extraction or wisdom teeth removal and you are not sure what to expect, or the whole process makes you nervous, there are ways to prepare for the recovery. Knowing what to expect can make you more comfortable and help speed up the healing process.
Buy The Right Foods
After your extraction, you may not want to go shopping, because it is common to feel tired.
Heel Spurs And Plantar Fasciitis: Common Causes Of Foot, Heel, And Ankle Pain
20 January 2015
If you enjoy running each day but are starting to feel pain in your foot, heel, and ankle, there is a chance that you might have heel spurs. There is also a chance you might have plantar fasciitis. These two problems often appear together, but there are ways to treat them. Until they are treated by a podiatrist, you may have to stop running because it may hurt too much.
Six Questions To Ponder Before Choosing A Knee Walker
15 January 2015
If an injury to your lower leg, ankle or foot has made it difficult to remain mobile, you might want to consider using a knee walker or knee scooter. Some advantages to using a stable knee walker, as opposed to using a cane or crutches, are having your hands free and being able to rest or elevate your affected limb. Before you choose a knee walker, here are six questions to ponder: