How Physical Therapy Can Help Patellar Tendinitis Caused By Muscle Imbalances

If your kneecap feels tender or swollen, and you experience pain when jumping or bending or straightening your leg, you should visit your doctor to get checked for patellar tendonitis. Patellar tendinitis is a condition where the tendon that connects your shinbone to your kneecap (patella) becomes inflamed. Patellar tendonitis is often caused by repetitive movements, such as jumping up and down when playing a sport. However, Patellar tendinitis can also be caused by muscle imbalances. Read More 

3 Types Of Anesthesiology Careers And What They Entail

Anesthesiology is a field of medicine that involves relieving pain before, during, and after surgery. Anesthesiology has many specialties within it. If you aim to work in the medical field of anesthesiology, here are three careers you can pursue.  Anesthesiologist  An anesthesiologist is a doctor (DO or MD) who specializes in anesthesiology. But before becoming a licensed anesthesiologist, you will have to: Attend four years of undergraduate studies Spend four years in medical school Spend four years in residency after medical school  Hence, it takes an average of 12-14 years for a person to become a professional anesthesiologist. Read More 

Is A Non-Surgical Fat Removal Right For You?

Non-surgical fat removal procedures can be a great alternative to traditional cosmetic surgery. It offers many benefits and generally has good results for healthy people. However, many people do not know much about what to expect from these procedures. There are some things that these procedures can and cannot do. Keep reading to learn more about Coolsculpting techniques and results and whether you are a good candidate for it. What Is Coolsculpting? Read More 

How Might Your Vision Change After A Brain Injury?

After a brain injury, many people experience changes in their vision. This can be a difficult adjustment, but fortunately, help is available from skilled optometrists. Continue scrolling to learn some of the common vision changes that may occur after a brain injury, as well as strategies for coping with them. 1) Double Vision Double vision, also known as diplopia, is a common vision problem after a brain injury. It occurs when the eyes no longer work together to focus on an object. Read More 

What Patients Should Know About The Types Of Root Canals

Most dental patients hear the term root canal and think of the basic procedure. They may also be concerned about what the root canal process actually is, as well as other aspects of the process such as healing time. What patients may not know is there are three types of root canals. If you are a dental patient and you are expecting to need a root canal, here are the three types and what you should know about each one. Read More