• A New Way to Move: Tips for Physical Therapy After a Total Joint Replacement

    Having a total joint replacement is a life-changing event that comes with an extensive healing process. As part of your recovery, your doctor will recommend you attend a physical therapy center consistently. Working with your therapists, you will gain a better understanding of how your body can now adapt to your joint replacement as well as advice on how to improve your overall healing. Here are three things to keep in mind as you begin your physical therapy in the healing process of your joint replacement.
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  • Possible Causes Of Incontinence In Women Who Have Not Given Birth

    It's common for women who have given birth to suffer from urinary incontinence afterward. Birth weakens the pelvic floor muscles, which can make it harder for a woman to hold her urine. But what if you're a woman who has not given birth, and yet you're still struggling with urinary incontinence? Here are some possible causes of your condition.  Constipation When was the last time you defecated? How often, on average, would you say you go number two?
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  • About Your First Visit To The Male Urologist

    A male urologist is a specialist whose scope of practice revolves around the male urinary tract, as well as the reproductive system. They diagnose and treat things like bladder, kidney, and adrenal gland issues, fertility problems, and more. Sexual health, such as erectile dysfunction and reproduction concerns are a couple of common reasons why men go to a urologist. If you are going to be seeing a urologist for the first time, then you will want to know what you can expect during your visit.
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