Why Now is the Time to Build Out “Surgery Nurse Services”

Why Now is the Time to Build Out “Surgery Nurse Services”


Are you a third-party healthcare administrator? A healthcare plan provider looking to take on more clients? Or even a clinician wanting to attract greater numbers of patients? Regardless of where you fit into the patient-facing, healthcare spectrum, "surgery nurse services" is likely something that you're hearing more and more about.

5 Ways to Get Patients to Adopt Technology

5 Ways to Get Patients to Adopt Technology


Are you a case manager at a claims or insurance company trying to get patients to engage with a digital program? Or perhaps your clinic offers impactful technology that patients just aren't engaging in? Maybe you're a healthcare administrator debating a third-party technology to improve patient satisfaction or lower costs,

Can CBD /Marijuana Help with Musculoskeletal Pain?

Can CBD /Marijuana Help with Musculoskeletal Pain?


With marijuana widely legalized across the US, and completely legalized in Canada, may people are considering using cannabis (for a variety of reasons) for the first time. With the prohibition coming to an end, people who didn't have access, or were fearful of marijuana are reconsidering. This is especially true

Driving After Joint Replacement Surgery: When is it Safe?

Driving After Joint Replacement Surgery: When is it Safe?


For many adults, driving a vehicle and feeling independent go hand-in-hand. After joint replacement surgery, driving represents freedom, progress, and a return to your new normal. In short, getting back into the driver's seat is a major and meaningful milestone. So, when is it safe to drive after a hip

Depression After Spinal Surgery & How to Overcome it

Depression After Spinal Surgery & How to Overcome it


Feeling depressed after back surgery catches a lot of people off-guard. Postoperative depression isn't something that's widely discussed at appointments, in hospital handouts, and even between patients. However, a lot of people who have spine surgery report feeling depressed or have symptoms of depression during their recovery. A study by

Scar Tissue Massage After Back Surgery

Scar Tissue Massage After Back Surgery


Scar tissue massage after back surgery can be very beneficial to patients. Whether you've had a laminectomy, discectomy (microdiscectomy), spinal fusion, vertebroplasty or kyphoplasty, scar tissue is an evitable part of recovery. In fact, scar tissue after back surgery is a normal part of healing. As your incision site and

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