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.
8 April 2018
Back pain can be debilitating no matter when it occurs. However, when it happens during pregnancy, it can be especially problematic because most pain-killing medications are off-limits when you are pregnant. If you are pregnant and back pain is leaving you frustrated, here are some tips for dealing with the situation. Swimming When you are swimming gravity is suspended, and you are weightless. You don't have to be the best swimmer around, paddling up and down in the water will take a lot of weight off your spine and relieve your pain.
13 March 2018
Prostate cancer is a disease that can strike a man at just about any point in their life. If you are a young man on the road to starting a family, getting diagnosed with this disease is a scary situation. However, a second opinion specialist can help tweak your treatment in a variety of ways and make it more effective. Common Risk Factors You May Not Meet If you believe that you have been misdiagnosed with prostate cancer, you should know that it is a possibility.
28 January 2018
When you were a child, your parents were in charge of finding you the appropriate medical care, but as your parents reach a certain age, the tables turn, and you can be left searching for the proper doctors and care providers. If you are faced with the task of finding a primary care provider for your elderly parent, it can seem a little overwhelming because this provider has to be a good fit for both of you even though you may not live in the same house.