As a medical practice, your job is to interface with patients and help them recover through various ailments. This comes with a healthy amount of paperwork which can bog down you, your patients, and the rest of your staff. Luckily, chiropractic EHR software is there for you and your patients. Replacing the traditional filing cabinet, EHR helps keep all your patient's sensitive information safely on a computer so it cannot be misplaced. [Read More]
Tips To Make Dental Implant Recovery Easier
Having dental implants installed is a serious dental procedure. Many people are surprised just how uncomfortable recovering from this procedure is and the number of symptoms they have to deal with. Bleeding and gum discoloration are just two of the symptoms you should expect during recovery. While they are unavoidable, there are measures you can take to make dealing with the following issues more manageable. Bleeding Bleeding after your dental implant procedure is normal. [Read More]
Don't Let Running Kill Your Joints
Running is an excellent form of exercise. Running can help you burn calories and keep your heart healthy, making you feel better all around. However, if you aren't taking the right precautions, running can also do a number on the joints in your knees. Joint damage can cause discomfort, mobility issues and may even require surgery to correct. Learning how to protect yourself is important: Follow A Healthy Diet What you eat can also serve as a form of protection for your joints. [Read More]
Is It Appropriate To Give Holiday Gifts To Private Nursing Agency Workers?
The holiday season is thought of as a time for giving. It's a time when people want to do something to thank those who help them throughout the year. Nurses, home health aides, and personal caregivers who work for private nursing agencies are no exception. But knowing what is considered the proper etiquette for holiday tipping and gift giving isn't always clear. Ask the Agency When you're not sure whether it's okay to give a home health care worker a gift, contact the nursing agency and ask about the organization's policy relating to employees accepting gifts and gratuities. [Read More]