Transforming An Ordinary Wheelchair With Custom Pediatric Wheelchair Parts

Posted on: 28 January 2016

If your child has to rely in a wheelchair for their mobility needs, it can be difficult to make the medical device more attractive to a youngster. Even though most pediatric wheelchairs offer bright color choices and special design features, there is always a little room for customization. If you are on the lookout for wheelchair accessories that can transform the wheelchair your child already has and make it more suitable for their personality, there are a few cool custom accessories you should check out. [Read More]

4 Tips For Coping With A Stillbirth

Posted on: 28 January 2016

During pregnancy it is very common for parents to be very excited for the new arrival, and to have many hopes, wishes, and dreams for their growing baby. So when a child is stillborn, it can be emotionally devastating. Dealing with the death of a loved one is always difficult, but it can be even harder when your child did not get a chance to experience life. Coping with a stillbirth is a long journey, but the following tips may be helpful: [Read More]

4 Benefits To Choosing An In-Home Care Provider

Posted on: 11 January 2016

When a loved one starts to need more help on a daily basis, it's time to think about getting professional care. Some families have a hard time choosing between enrolling their loved one in a facility or looking at other options. Home care can be a great way to get extra help. Take a look at the following information to better understand the benefits of choosing an in-home care provider.  [Read More]

Aesthetics Of Regional Anesthesia: Deciding Which To Use During Knee Arthroscopy

Posted on: 24 December 2015

If you're about to undergo knee arthroscopy, you know you'll have a choice of anesthesias to choose from, mainly local, regional, and general. Your doctor may have a particular one that he or she prefers to use, but if you have a choice and you choose regional, you may have a further choice to make. There are different types of regional anesthesia that differ in how long the anesthetic is applied and where it is applied to. [Read More]