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What Does Recovery Look Like After a Labral Tear Surgery?

Labral tears are injuries to the disc of cartilage that surrounds the socket of the shoulder joint. Otherwise known as SLAP (Superior Labrum Anterior and Posterior) injuries because they occur to the top of the labrum, these injuries are typically the result of...

The Pros and Cons of Pregnancy Massages

Therapeutic massage has many benefits from reducing stress and encouraging healing in soft tissue injuries to enhancing performance and improving quality of life. It stands to reason that during pregnancy, a massage would be beneficial. Prenatal massage therapy is...

Is Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Abnormal?

A heavy period isn’t necessarily an abnormal period. Some women’s menstrual flow can naturally be heavier than others and still be considered normal. Also, an individual woman’s period may change in many different ways (timing, duration, flow, etc.)...

The Bed Bug Battle: How To Prevent and Treat Infestation

Bed bugs are notoriously difficult and expensive to get rid of because they multiply so quickly and can live in any warm, dark area. Although insect infestation is often associated with unclean conditions, the truth is that anyone can bring home bed bugs. Bed bug...

When To Have a Shoulder Arthroscopy

If you have a soft tissue injury to the shoulder and your pain does not go away with non-surgical treatment methods, your doctor may suggest shoulder arthroscopy to address your condition. A shoulder arthroscopy is a commonly performed procedure that has been in use...

Yeast Infections: When to See a Doctor

No one really likes to talk about vaginal yeast infections, but it’s estimated that 75 percent all women will get one at some point in her lifetime. It’s also known as candidiasis, for the fungus Candida that causes the infection. Candida is normally found in the...

Recovery After A Torn Meniscus

If you’ve never heard of a meniscus, it is a crescent-shaped structure in the knee made of cartilage that acts as a shock absorber between the shinbone and thighbone. You have two menisci in each knee, and they help stabilize and cushion the joint. Even though...