The Stages of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Diabetic Foot Care

According to the Arthritis Foundation, 1 in 4 adults in the United States suffer from some form of doctor-diagnosed arthritis. And one of the most devastating forms of the disease is rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Unfortunately, there is no cure for this disease but there are treatments available to reduce inflammation and pain, improve the function…

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5 Reasons to Choose a Private Practice Over a Hospital Practice

As large healthcare systems are dominating the provider landscape, patients continue to search out private practices to meet their healthcare needs. If you are considering whether a large healthcare system is really the right choice for you and your family, here are five reasons why you should consider a private practice. 1. Quality of Care…

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Sensory Neuropathy in Diabetics: What You Should Know

Nerve Pain-Problems

Sensory neuropathy is a serious condition that could seriously affect your health, especially if you suffer from diabetes. Not only could you experience pain and numbness in your feet but if you’re not careful, it could lead to serious complications. But what is sensory neuropathy? And how can you protect yourself from serious harm? NEPA…

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Hope for Non-Healing wounds

Hope for Non-Healing wounds

An open sore on the foot, ankle or leg is called an ulcer. It may be shallow, confined only to the surface of the skin. Deep ulcers can involve full thickness of the skin, muscle, tendons, and bones. Ulcers are common in people with diabetes and individuals with compromised blood circulation or simply age. When…

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