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Ways to Encourage Your Patients to Make Better Health Choices

Ways to Encourage Your Patients to Make Better Health Choices
One of the most challenging aspects of medical care is helping patients make lasting lifestyle changes. It’s one thing to tell a patient what to do, but another to help them succeed in changing their behavior for the long term. Instead of feeling frustrated about non-compliance, use proven behavioral science techniques to encourage cooperative behavior in your patients. Support your patient and their family when they make positive health care decisions that are consistent with their needs. Try the following steps to impact your patients’ health positively. Therapy techniques will help you beco......
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How To Know If You Have a Failed Hernia Mesh Operation?

How To Know If You Have a Failed Hernia Mesh Operation?
According to studies, hernia repair surgeries are one of the most common surgeries performed worldwide. The United States Food and Drug Administration says that an estimated 2.3 million inpatient abdominal hernia repairs were performed from 2001 to 2010, an estimated 567,000 of which were performed in an emergency. There are several different types of hernia repair surgery. This includes among others, Herniorrhaphy, Hernioplasty, and Herniotomy. The most popular surgery among these is hernioplasty — a hernia repair surgery involving the use of mesh. The most common products used in surg......
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Breast Augmentation: Myths Vs. Facts

Breast Augmentation: Myths Vs. Facts
The health and wellness industry can be filled with a lot of misleading info. Although most of us have no idea where those myths actually originated from, a lot of people end up believing them. Breast enhancement is no different. Whatever you call it (breast enlargement, implants, ‘boob job’) separating the truth from fiction can be tricky. To clear things up a bit, we’ll go over some popular myths about breast augmentation surgery, and dispel them with concrete facts. Myth: A Surgeon Will Deliver Similar Results to All Patients The fact is that even when two women go to the same surgeon ......
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How Do I Tell My Patient Her Baby Is Dead? 4 Things To Keep In Mind When Delivering The Bad News

How Do I Tell My Patient Her Baby Is Dead? 4 Things To Keep In Mind When Delivering The Bad News
Nobody likes bringing bad news to a patient, especially when the bad news involves the death of a newborn. Thousands of children die the moment they are born. Although it is rarely the fault of the medical practitioner's, a mother's grief knows no bounds. When handled incorrectly, this can lead to a long legal battle with the patient. Consider these things when telling your patient the bad news regarding her newborn: 1. Don’t make them wait A lot of times doctors will often hem and haw and take a very long time to break the news to the parents in the delivery room. Most will cite that they are......
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Massage Therapy Versus Chiropractic Care: What’s the Difference and When Should You Get Them?

Massage Therapy Versus Chiropractic Care: What’s the Difference and When Should You Get Them?
 Exercise will always be one of the things that will always be recommended for a healthy lifestyle. It’s more than just an activity that you do to stay in shape, it’s something that you should always be sure to do. And well, getting fit, and staying fit isn’t an easy task. It involves a lot of hard work as well as dogged dedication and discipline. It also involves a strength of character to power through the pain. After all, muscles develop by their repeated break down and rebuilding. And you do this by putting them under tension for a set period of time. The Source of Soreness The repe......
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