Hip, Hip, Hooray!: The True Story of a Bi-lateral Total Hip Replacement Patient: A Serious, Technical and Sometimes Humorous View on What You Can … of a New Hip, or 2, and a New Life!
I wrote this book to let people who are living with chronic hip degeneration know there is a way to rid themselves from the pain. I call it a modern-day miracle, the hip replacement. This book takes the reader through the time leading up to the decision to have the surgery. It takes you through […]
While taking a humorous look at health, grandparenthood, computers, and social issues, How to Succeed… answers such pressing questions as: What brand of yogurt guarantees you will live to 110? Can older people really shop online, or is the “submit order” button visible only to users under 30? . . . More >>
This model has a comfortable head rest that is adjustable for providing the appropriate incline for treatment, and features an adjustable pneumatic hand held pump designed to apply up to 50 lbs of traction. The pumps are patient friendly and provide precise treatment for a variety of conditions. The neck wedges swivel to accommodate different […]
This complete guide helps caregivers, family members, and stroke survivors understand the day-to-day issues faced by care providers. It guides readers through every stage of care, from explaining different kinds of strokes to understanding . . . More >>
Aging Into Disability
A stoke is a brain damage cause by lack of blood flow to a portion of the brain. It results in permanent damage to the brain tissue – and in many cases permanent disability for the sufferer. There are many physical consequences like speech disability, and paralysis. Additionally, stroke survivors often deal with the psychological […]
You may never feel your ducks are all in a row for retirement, and you may be right. You can’t be too careful about making sure that there are no overlooked details in the planning process. We mostly worry about whether we’ll be able to maintain a comfortable lifestyle, but the problem is that maintaining […]
Have you ever heard that you can be over educated? Scientists have found a link between extremely educated people and mental illness.
Chronic joint pain can be caused by any number of reasons. Sometimes there is an infection of the body, and it reaches one or more joints and infects that area too. Other times your body may be ill in some way, or the immune system is out of balance or weakened. Chronic joint pain can […]