Maintaining Good Health Even When You're Busy

  • Bunions: Exposing Common Myths About This Condition

    2 October 2014

    There are many different conditions that your feet can develop over the course of your life, and many of these ailments can be remarkably painful. Fortunately, podiatrists are professionals like those at Center for Foot Care that are trained to treat these problems. While there are many different ailments your feet can encounter, bunions are a very common condition that can cause severe pain and discomfort. Sadly, there are a couple of common misconceptions about this condition that many patients believe.

  • Hypnotherapy For Drug-Free Pain Relief

    2 October 2014

    It's essential that you seek treatment if you are in any kind of pain. Once the source of the pain is found then it's time to make it stop. There are some strong painkilling prescriptions that may help, but there can be some serious side effects. Drug-free pain relief through hypnotherapy is one of the most effective alternative treatments. What Causes Pain? According to the Institute of Medicine Report on Pain, over 100 million Americans have chronic pain.

  • How To Know When You Need A Dermatologist

    2 October 2014

    Your skin is the first thing the world sees of you. In addition to being the most visible part of the body, it is actually the largest organ in the human body accounting for up to ten percent of your body weight. It is also the most important organ. It protects the rest of your body from exposure to the outside world and keeps everything in place and contained within your body.

  • Acupuncture: Natural Pain Relief

    2 October 2014

    Chronic pain can reduce your ability to enjoy life, manage your responsibilities, keep up with work, and interact with those around you. Overtime it can become debilitating and overtake your life. Alternative therapies can be used in conjunction with mainstream medicine and offer you additional modalities to pain management.  Acupuncture Acupuncture has been used for at least 2000 years to relieve pain and treat health related conditions. Using small, thin, and relatively painless needles, acupuncture points on the body are "