What is integrative health? Treating more than an illness
Specific techniques and practices can help ease patients' stress and discomfort.
Parkinson’s patients reclaim abilities with therapy programs
“I didn’t realize I was talking so softly before. Now I can speak out and be heard."
Natural death: Practical information for this phase of life
Just as we are all unique in how we live, we are also unique in how we die
Lymphedema therapy helps patients manage symptoms
The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that helps the body get rid of toxins and waste materials. Lymphedema is when the lymphatic system breaks down and allows the buildup of fluid in one or more of a patient’s arms or legs. The swelling that results from this buildup can range from […]
Chronic wounds specialized care: Focus on long-term healing
Patients with chronic wounds face the complicated task of managing specialized care on an ongoing basis. And while there’s a lot of patient involvement in wound management, there are specially trained nurses who can provide extra support for patients with chronic wounds, an ostomy (surgically created opening) or continence conditions. “A lot of times when […]
Cancer diet: Don’t just survive cancer; thrive at the table
Cancer may change the way you can taste and eat food, but you can still enjoy eating.
Physical therapy options for pelvic floor pain, incontinence
Cancer treatments can affect the pelvic floor.
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