Plantar fasciitis might be the cause of your heel pain. This condition is often caused by overuse or repetitive motion. It's common in runners, but you can also get it by walking or standing for many hours a day at your job. Here are some more symptoms of plantar fasciitis and some treatments a podiatrist might suggest to speed healing. Signs You Could Have Plantar Fasciitis One common sign of plantar fasciitis is when you experience heel pain when you first start moving after resting a while and then the pain is relieved as you stay active.
12 February 2019
If your teenager's doctor has just informed you that they have asthma, feelings may be swirling in your mind. You may feel profound relief because you understand what's been troubling your teenager, but become scared about their ability to manage it. How can you support your teenager as they adjust to their asthma? Tell People Most teenagers like to remain private about their personal health issues. Your own teenager might be adamant that no one find out and that everyone treat them "
7 January 2019
You are ready to take your MCAT and start your medical career but are feeling very concerned about your ability to study because of your dyslexia. Thankfully, getting an MCAT tutor can help you get through your studying and succeed on this vital test. Dyslexia Can Challenge Your MCAT Success Individuals with dyslexia struggle to read properly and may even have difficulty retaining written information. However, you've found ways to study that work for you and have become a brilliant student with a promising career in any field you choose.
4 December 2018
If you are having serious erectile dysfunction issues, then it may be time to speak with your doctor about a medication that can help. However, if your condition is more on the mild side or if you have just started to experience issues, then you may be able to improve your ED problem through exercise. Keep reading to learn how this can be helpful and also to understand the types of exercises that you should do.
18 October 2018
Temporomandibular joint disorder is a difficult condition to have. In addition to the pain and stiffness that the jaw can undergo, some people experience jaw locking. When jaw locking occurs, you can't open your mouth or can only open it the tiniest bit. This situation is typically painful and frightening. If you've had your jaw lock before or simply want to avoid it ever happening at all, give these tips a try.
19 September 2018
If your child is recovering from a traumatic brain injury, they're going to be dealing with the aftermath for many years, and so will you. Knowing that your child is going to be released from the hospital following their traumatic brain injury is exciting. It can also be stressful and worrisome, especially when you realize that there won't be a complete medical staff available to help keep your child safe. Here are some simple tips that will help you help your child while they adjust to life after their injury.
26 July 2018
If you're seeing a chiropractor for the first time for any physical issue, you want to know exactly how you should handle yourself during the appointment. You can count on the chiropractor to ask you a number of questions and explain how he or she will treat you, but you might be wondering about how you should approach speaking during the adjustment. Here are some dos and don'ts to keep in mind when visiting a chiropractor like those at Hiler Chiropractic & Neurology.
29 May 2018