Parents have fallen in love with 3D ultrasounds, largely because they reveal much about their unborn child's appearance. Older ultrasounds were not nearly as clear and the baby's features were rarely discernable. Some modern ultrasounds are nearing the look of a portrait, with the baby's features being easy to determine. As enjoyable as that experience is for parents, the real advantage of a 3D ultrasound is in the medical realm.
- Pes anserine bursitis is a specific form of knee bursitis that affects the medial part of the knee. Fortunately, most episodes are acute, but in some people the pes anserine bursa can be chronically inflamed. There are several treatment options to minimize or eliminate pain and improve functionality. Use Compresses The type of compress you do will depend on the exact problem related to your bursitis. A cold compress can help reduce inflammation.
- If your doctor has diagnosed you with osteoporosis, that means you have a higher risk of fracturing a bone. You can work with your doctor to determine the right supplements, dietary changes, and medications that will help keep your bones strong and healthy. However, another important part of managing osteoporosis is preventing a fracture by reducing your risk of falling. Here are some tips that can help. Exercise Regularly Regular exercise is important for a variety of health reasons, and it can even help you prevent falls.
- Many people choose to get liposuction because it is a great way to sculpt the body and get rid of problem spots. However, liposuction isn't for everyone. Instead, there are certain stipulations that you must meet in order to be a good candidate for liposuction. Here are some things you need to know. 1. You Must Be Within Pounds Of Your Goal Weight It is a common misconception that liposuction is a way to lose weight.
- If you have been living with back pain, spinal fusion surgery may be the relief you have been seeking. This surgical process fuses the problem vertebrae together into a single solid bone so that you know longer have the alignment and pain issues that you had previously. The following FAQ can better help you understand the procedure. What conditions may necessitate spinal fusion? Generally, spinal fusion is used for diseases or conditions that result in degeneration of the bones or disks, or for those that cause damage or chronic pain to the spine.