Monthly Archives September 2018

5 Common Chronic Pain Conditions In Women And How Therapy Can Help

Millions of women worldwide suffer from chronic pain. In fact, up to 59% of chronic pain sufferers say it has an impact on their overall enjoyment of life.

There are many different conditions that cause chronic pain, and some of these conditions can be treated with physical and psychotherapy. Here are the five most common conditions that cause chronic pain in women and how different therapies can help alongside painkillers.

  1. Chronic pelvic pain. Chronic pelvic pain is any non-menstrual cycle related pain that occurs in the pelvic or vaginal area. This type of pain can last for six months or longer. One way to help reduce chronic pelvic pain is by participating in 20 minutes of daily mindful meditation.
  2. Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia can cause all over aches, pain, fatigue, and cognitive diff...
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Walk In Clinics for the Modern Patient

Americans today face a number of medical maladies, ranging from back pain to rashes to fever to the flu, and these are just the minor ones. Some emergencies such as serious chest pain or a fainting spell call for an ER visit, but for many maladies milder than that, prospective patients have a more convenient option: a walk in clinic. A minor injury or infection can be dealt with at a medical clinic rather than a hospital’s ER, and clinic care of this type is often the best option. Of course, one should consult his/her primary care physician whenever possible, but otherwise, a walk in clinic is a strong option.

Finding the Right Care

Urgent care clinics and walk in clinics have a number of advantages to them. For one thing, they are common: urgent care medicine is practiced by around 20,000 physicians today, and the clinics can be found in nearly any small or large urban center. Retail walk in clinics, for example, can be found at such retail centers as Walgreen’s, Target,

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I Don’t Have Health Insurance And I’m Scared What Medical Options Do I Have?

You don’t have enough money for health insurance. You’re starting to notice the onset of a chronic condition or you’re worried about whether or not you’ll be prepared for flu season. Who can make sure you’re getting the coverage you need?

A family clinic can fill in the gaps without breaking your bank. Family medicine is a field that stretches across the country to help families, couples and individuals of all shapes and sizes. Insurance being such a complex entity doesn’t help when you’re feeling unwell or fearing for the future, after all. The family clinic can come in the form of a walk-in location a few miles away or an urgent care setting just downtown. No matter what you’re going through, you have options.

Let’s simplify the health insurance process by looking at what a family clinic can do for you and yours.

A Significant Portion Of Americans Don’t Have Insurance

A sad reality today is the state of health insurance in the United Sta

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