3 Important Purposes Of Child Well-Visits

New parents often have a lot of questions about parenting, and one of the questions might relate to well-visits for their child. When you have a new baby, you should be prepared to visit your pediatrician many times for well-visits, and these visits are designed for many purposes, including the following three: Monitoring growth and development Well visits occur more frequently before the age of two, and after that they generally occur only once each year. Read More 

Eye Love You: Three Tips For Your Child’s First Eye Exam

Good vision is vital for your child's growth and development. After all, it is how your child sees and learns about the world around them. In order to ensure your child is seeing properly, you must take your child to an optometrist starting at age three. If you haven't had your child's eyes examined yet—and you are scared about the visit—use these three tips to help keep your child calm, cool, and collected during the appointment: Read More 

Vision Therapy: When Your Child Needs More Vision Correction Than Glasses Can Provide

In the year 2012, about 6.5 million pairs of eyeglasses were sold to patients under the age of 14. Poor vision can have a significant impact on the quality of life for a young child. Being unable to see clearly can make learning in school much more difficult, which could negatively impact a child's occupational opportunities in the future. If you find that eyeglasses just aren't cutting it when it comes to improving your child's vision, you might want to ask your optometrist about vision therapy. Read More 

How Do You Know If Your Foot Is Broken?

The top of your foot is hurting and you don't know why. You don't want to rush to the doctor's office if it's nothing that a little ice won't fix. You don't want to ignore it, either, if you should be making that doctor's appointment. How do you tell? Learn more about the signs that may mean that you've broken your foot. Your Foot Pain Came On Slowly The human foot has 26 bones in it, and a whole lot of cartilage, tendons, muscles, and nerves connect all of those bones together, so trying to figure out why part of that bundle is hurting isn't easy. Read More 

The Benefits Of Electronic Health Records

Medical facilities and hospitals of all types are required to document data about their patients. This includes past medical history, lists of current medications, and exam notes. While many facilities still operate by keeping paper health records, this can take a lot more work and can easily get disorganized. Investing in electronic health records offers many benefits. Take a look at the following information to learn more about these advantages.  Read More