FAQS About Ambulance Costs And Payments

Medical emergencies occur without warning and can happen anywhere. When someone is severely injured or needs immediate life-saving medical help, calling an ambulance is the best choice. The ambulance arrives quickly with a qualified emergency medical team to get the sick or injured person ready for the ride to the hospital. Like all services, it does cost to use this life-saving emergency service. When an emergency happens, the cost is probably the last thing on anyone's mind. [Read More]

When To See A Neurologist After A Car Accident

After a car accident, you may need treatment from a variety of types of professionals. One type of individual you might need help from is a neurologist. These types of specialists treat those who have suffered injuries that affect the brain, spinal cord, or nerves. If your neurological injuries are not treated, you may be disabled and may experience long-term pain. Types of Neurological Injuries Caused by Car Accidents If you suffer a head injury, you may be suffering from a cerebral contusion. [Read More]

Screen For Common Comorbidities To Prepare For Your Spine Deformity Surgery

Scoliosis is a spine deformity that many people are somewhat familiar with. Someone who has a diagnosis of scoliosis may consider having spine deformity surgery when their quality of life is poor due to the curvature of their spine. However, as with all surgeries, there are a specific set of pre-operative tests that should be done before surgery can be performed to reduce the curvature of the spine in someone who has scoliosis, particularly if the patient has a wide range of unexplained symptoms and complaints. [Read More]

Introducing Stretching Programs In The Workplace

There are many reasons for employers to take necessary steps to ensure workplace safety. Direct and indirect workplace injury costs amount to more than $1bn a week in America, forcing employers to take proactive safety measures. Workplace injuries also negatively impact the economic livelihoods of employees because they cannot work to earn when they are dealing with serious injuries. On-site injury prevention services have comprehensive stretching programs to improve employee safety, health, and performance in the workplace. [Read More]