Orthotics are specialized supports that you insert into your shoes. They are meant to adjust the way your shoes fit and the way that you stand. If you're having foot problems like soreness, corns, or bunions, then it is fairly obvious that you may benefit from orthotics. However, some signs you could benefit from orthotics are less clear and easier to overlook. Take a look at those signs below. Lower Back Pain [Read More]
FAQ About Blurred Vision From Cataracts
Does your elderly loved one have a difficult time watching television and reading books due to blurred vision? Although astigmatism is a common eye condition, it is possible that your loved one is suffering from cataracts. The reason is that cataracts are common for elderly adults, but surgery can be performed in many cases to improve the clarity of vision. An ophthalmologist can examine your loved one's eyes to make a diagnosis, such as by looking for cloudiness in the lens of his or her eyes and performing several tests. [Read More]
Infertility Testing: When Should I Go In?
If you are a couple that is hoping to have a child, you may wonder how long you need to wait before seeking the help of an infertility specialist. There are several reasons why any couple could experience infertility including age, medical history, past trauma, congenital abnormalities, dysfunction, or a plethora of other reasons. Most people should try for at least a year before they seek infertility services. However, for those over the age of 35, they may want to find help after just 6 months. [Read More]
What To Know Before A Medical Malpractice Exam
You may find it stressful to be sent in for a malpractice evaluation by an independent doctor. These exams often occur during stressful periods, and they can add to the long list of things already on your plate. Still, they are an important component of any malpractice case. It's normal to have some questions about what your exam is going to be like. If you still have questions, here's what you should know to be prepared. [Read More]