Being born with a disability or having it creep up at any point in life is something no one deserves. The thought of becoming a person that needs help from another begins to take a toll after a while. Also, having to limit what you can and can not participate is emotionally draining.
With the help of bright minds advancing technology at such a rapid rate, the stress of not feeling “normal” is becoming less and less. Traditional hearing aids are very visible, however, now invisible hearing aids allow patients to enjoy hearing and enjoy life. Instead of being stuck with a generic version that everyone has, hearing aids are implanted depending on someone’s preferences. Medical professionals have figured out ways to upgrade hearing aid materials, surgery procedures, all while maintaining similar financial investments.
BTE (behind the ear) is a little bit more discreet than the traditional hearing aids. The receiver is much smaller, and fits comfortably behind the ears. While it is still visible, not many people are able to notice it. CIC (completely in canal) and IIC (invisible in canal) are the testaments to how medical advancement is progressing. Both of those options are even more discrete than the BTE.
Orthopedic medicine is improving rapidly thanks to advancements in the research of certain injuries and conditions. When you find yourself with an injury that will require a lengthy rehabilitation, it is nice to know that researchers are constantly looking for ways to improve your orthopedic health.
Better Quality of Life
When a chronic condition takes hold of your life, you might feel as though things will never get better. Luckily, it is possible to improve your quality of life by undergoing treatment at a medical facility. While there is a chance that you’ll never return to 100%, there is a very good chance that things will improve.
Living with constant pain is incredibly difficult, but there are ways that this pain can be managed. Orthopedic doctors are able to work directly with their patients in an attempt to reduce this pain and ensure that these patients are able to cope with things on a daily basis.
In some situations, a complete recovery is possible. This is particularly common with injuries like muscle tears and bone fractures, as they can be strengthened to their original state. Of course, none of this would be possible without the recent advancements that have been made in the industry.
Chronic pain has a number of sources, like arthritis, back pain, disc injury, knee pain neuropathy, sciatica, shoulder pain and spinal stenosis. If surgery, drugs or injections have not helped to alleviate your pain, you may want to investigate other options. Practices that offer noninvasive treatments, like Laser Tech, will pick the right treatment for you. Here are some of your treatment options.
Computer-Guided Multi-Laser Therapy System
This uses cold penetration laser technology that interacts with the tissues to help the body heal itself and increase blood supply to the area. The body will release chemicals that will relieve pain and inflammation.
Super Traction Decompression System
(TDS) This treatment is an effective and noninvasive option for treating lower back pain, degenerated or herniated discs, sciatica and spinal stenosis. It decompresses the area so the disc pulls back from the nerve and that reduces pain.
Electron Bio Transducer
All living things have a frequency and damaged tissue is no different. This treatment resonates at the same frequency as the tissue and that transfers energy to help the body heal. It is especially helpful for nerve pain.
LaserNeedle Trigger Point and Pain Therapy
This treatment does not use needles. It is called that because it concentrates the laser to pinpoint the area of pain or trigger point. A trigger point is an area in the muscles that is tight and causing pain.