3 Reasons To Utilize Orthopaedic Surgeon Videos

Posted on: 28 February 2017

One of the most useful resources at your disposal, if you are an orthopedic surgeon, is orthopedic surgery videos, mostly because of the various ways in which they can help you expand your knowledge base. Listed below are three reasons to utilize orthopedic surgeon videos. Learn New Procedures One of the biggest reasons to utilize orthopedic surgeon videos is the fact that it will out you to learn new procedures that you can use for the benefit of your own patients.
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3 Smart Tips For Preventing Hernia Re-Injury

Posted on: 7 November 2016

Hernia surgery can't always be avoided, but you can keep recurring instances of hernia injury to a minimum. First and foremost, always follow the advice of your doctor so that you what your physical limitations are immediately after surgery. Some lifestyle changes may also be necessary so that you can fully recover after hernia surgery and ward against re-injury, but these adaptations will allow you to live pain free. 1. Minimize Bending, Lifting and Exerting Yourself Physically - Your surgeon will probably tell you that you should avoid heavy lifting, bending at the waist, or just generally pushing your body too hard in the days and perhaps even months after you have been operated on.
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Gel Polish - How To Keep Your Nails In Good Shape

Posted on: 22 January 2016

If you want a long lasting manicure, then you should think about investing in shellac or gel nail polish. The polish is likely to last at least two weeks without chipping. However, if you want your gel polish to last longer than two weeks and if you want your nails to remain healthy, then you will need to do a few things to make sure that you care for your nails properly.
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Your Teen And Concussions: How To Help Your Young Athlete Heal

Posted on: 23 September 2015

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2009 nearly 250,000 adolescents and children visited the emergency room after a sports-related head injury. If your teenager is an athlete, one of the your biggest concerns as a parent is probably the risk of a concussion. To ensure your teenager receives the care they need, it is vital to educate yourself about the symptoms and risks associated with concussions:
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