If you’re running short on clients, think about treating short clients for a practice boost. Pediatric therapy can expand the focus of your practice.
Working with children is much different, and in some regards, more rewarding than working... Read More
Many pregnant women are told to ensure they take iron and folic acid supplements when they are pregnant. Why is this highly recommended? Dr. Stephen Mutiso, a consultant obstetrician / gynaecologist explains why.
During pregnancy, women need iron and folate (folic acid) to meet both their own needs and those of the developing baby. If a pregnant woman lacks these essential nutrients, then she is unable to supply them in sufficient quantities to her baby.
Low folic acid before... Read More
Every dog needs to be taught basic canine behavior and with many dog training DVDs available today, a professionally trained pet need not be expensive. By then, they have work at correcting habits that were developed as a puppy. If... Read More
I just wanted to tell you, that I have had 2 babies with cerclages and am working on my third (Im only 6 weeks right now). My first was a McDonald cerclage placed at 23 weeks (I was dialated to 3cm by the time I got to surgery.) I had another placed at 27 weeks (due to effacement the first was not holding and my membranes were poking through) which is uncommon but both my doctor and myself felt it was needed. I had it taken out at 37... Read More
Pregnancy is an exciting time for women, but it comes with many health-related challenges, for both the baby and the mom-to-be. Concerns include everything from what to eat and what not to eat, what medicines you can take or not, and what to do or not to do about the many changes your body is... Read More
Hydrocephalus isnt a term many are familiar with, but Rachel knew what her doctors meant when they told her that her unborn child, who at 20 weeks was too small still to have its sex determined, had the condition. It meant that the child she was carrying, like her previous child, Raquel, would be born with water on the brain.
Hydrocephalus is a condition where excess spinal fluid builds up in the brain cavity, causing pressure and preventing proper development of the brain. Rachels... Read More