My name is Melinda Johnson and I suffered with foot pain for many years. I went to see a podiatrist and after an examination, I was told that I had heel spur syndrome. I followed the recommendations of my doctor by doing at home treatments along with physical therapy. I was amazed at how much these treatments helped my foot pain. Living with pain can have a big impact on your life and that's why I started this blog. My foot pain kept me from doing many things that I enjoy and I want to help others who are going through the same situation. As you browse through my blog, you'll learn about home treatments, medical procedures and new advancements in medicine that can help reduce pain. It is my hope that by writing this blog, you can live pain free too.
14 January 2015
There are a lot of people that will try to nurse themselves back to health without ever consulting the doctor. This is usually fine in a lot of circumstances but there does come a time, such as with the flu, that you need to seek professional medical advice. Take a moment to review the following signs that it is time to call for an appointment so you do not have to struggle in pain any longer than you have to.
12 January 2015
If you have recently found out that you are going to need rectal surgery, you are going to want to make sure that you are as prepared as you can possibly be. By following the advice listed below, as well as any advice your surgeon is giving you, you should no longer have to worry about what to expect from the entire process. Stop Smoking No matter how non-serious you think your surgery is, it is still surgery; and, it is best to make sure that you are no longer smoking.
2 January 2015
One of the biggest problems people have is keeping their implants and natural teeth the same color. Since most implants resist staining but natural teeth do not, tooth discoloration and unmatched discoloration are quite obvious when you smile. There are some things you can do to keep your teeth universally the same color, and some you can do before you have implants installed in your mouth. Brush Often, Bleach Never