After joint replacement you will need pain medication to help with the pain from surgery. As a physiotherapist I see how important pain management is to how well you will recover. Patients who told us they struggled with pain management after surgery said they didn’t know how to get the… Continue Reading Managing pain after hip or knee replacement
– There have been so many times when my doctors have not believed me when I told them that I was in pain. The first one happened when I was 15 years old and during basketball practice, while running wind sprints, I started to feel this horrible horrible pain in… Continue Reading My Doctor Didn’t Believe My Pain
How are you doing? It’s a simple conversation under the most complex of circumstances during brain surgery. Serena Kelly is the first patient in Canada to receive a procedure known as deep brain stimulation for treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. Sunnybrook surgeons guided by her brain images have inserted… Continue Reading A possible new treatment for PTSD
Good day. Cerebral Palsy is what I’m going to talk today about. Cerebral Palsy is a very common disease affecting 2.5 children of a thousand It is a lesion of the central nervous systems which is non progressive but what progresses is the results of the lesion on the musculoskeletal… Continue Reading What is Cerebral Palsy Causes and Treatment – Prof. Nicola Portinaro Orthopedic Surgeon
Hello, I am Mike from Surgtech Academy and today I’m going to demonstrate a few skills I call second skills or accessory skills. The reason I call them second skills is because they only take a second to complete. Today I’m going to cover loading and unloading a scalpel blade,… Continue Reading Loading a scalpel, needle holder, and sponge stick
(warm piano and strings music) (dark, enchanting music) – [Announcer] We have Dr. Ryan F. Osborne and the surgeons of Osborne Head & Neck Institution. (panelists clapping) Dr. Ryan is a key ENT surgeon and head of surgical team who has come all the way from USA for this camp.… Continue Reading INDIA Medical Mission Part Two
The prostate is a walnut-size exocrine gland of the male reproductive system. It is located just below the urinary bladder where it wraps around the first part of the male urethra. Prostate gland produces a milky fluid that is expelled into the urethra to mix with spermatozoa during ejaculation. The… Continue Reading Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) and Treatments, animation.
TRYING TO BALANCE DIET, EXERCISE, AND OVERALL LIFESTYLE. THIS MORNING ON ASK A SPECIALIST – WE’LL TALK ABOUT THE OPTION OF BARIATRIC SURGERY WITH DOCTOR CEDRIC LORENZO – BARIATRIC SURGEON AND THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF THE QUEEN’S COMPREHENSIVE WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM. AND STEPHANIE ALO – WHO HAD THE SURGERY… ROSS:… Continue Reading Bariatric Surgery as a Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes – The Queen’s Medical Center – Ask a Specialist
Hey It’s Fei Today I’m gonna show you my recovery frome my acne scar, age spots and mole removal laser treatment Which you can watch here Starting with day one of recovery Which is the day after I got rid of the stickers. These bandages are similar to Hydrocolloid Acne… Continue Reading Results of ACNE LASER TREATMENT! Before + After!
Back pain is a huge problem. If you look at the statistics, it affects 90% of the population in the world at some point in their lifetime. It’s a huge problem, not just in our country, but worldwide. There are other diseases, they get a lot more press, you see… Continue Reading New device to treat spinal stenosis offered at UCLA