Treating Pelvic Floor Dysfunction with Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Effectively Treats Many Syptoms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) can be treated with physical therapy to relieve issues with urination, bowels and sexual activity. The pelvic floor is a common name for the group of muscles in the lower pelvic area for men and women. It includes the deepest and lowest abdominal muscles, the deepest spine muscles and the deep fibers of the anterior hip muscles. Common Symptoms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Urinary Problems including leading urgency, hesitancy, bladder and urethral pain Bowel Issues such as constipation, incontinence, staining and rectal pain Sexual Afflictions for […]

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Five Workforce Health Care Trends that Impact Home Care

Top 5 health care trends that will increase demand for home care In January 2014, Crain’s Detroit Business author Lisa Katz blogged about the top trends that will change the healthcare industry over the next decade. Three of the five top factors directly impact the home healthcare industry! Technology, The Affordable Care Act and decreasing Medicare payments will all play a major part in how the healthcare workforce will change. With the overall healthcare industry expected to add 3.2 million new jobs from 2008–2018, it is likely that home care will follow suit. Read the full article here >   […]

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Managing Chronic Pain with a Visiting Nurse

Managing chronic pain is easier with a visiting nurse Living pain-free is important to maintaining your health and happiness, and is a priority to you. It’s a priority for your visiting nurse and home healthcare agency too! From medication to meditation, the skill and expertise of a visiting nurse can help you with managing chronic pain using a variety of techniques. A solid pain management program at home will improve your quality and life and keep you more comfortable. It not only relieves physical pain, but also eases the related side effects such as nausea and anxiety.   Managing Pain […]

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