Glaucoma is a type of eye disease that causes vision loss due to its way of damaging the optic nerve – the nerve at the back of the eye that connects to the brain. In the United States, around three million Americans have this eye disorder. It is also the second leading cause of blindness […]
If you are experiencing pain while doing usual daily tasks and recreational creativities, maybe physical therapy is just what you need. Especially tailored by a licensed therapist, physical therapy encompasses a wide range of treatment procedures that address movement discomforts. Comfort Home Health Agency in Pinellas, Florida, offers one of the best In-home rehabilitation services […]
Diabetes can negatively affect eye health over time, leading to blindness. Anyone with type 1, 2, or gestational diabetes can develop such a health problem. But, with proper low vision programs and preventive measures, this can be managed, avoided, or even reversed. As of 2022, around 37.3 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes. One […]
Transitional care service provides coordination and continuity to ensure health care continuity and prevent further complications.
Age is just a number. Although it’s true that we may be kids at heart, not when it comes to our bodies. Think of your body as a machine. The older it gets, the more prone it is to errors and becomes dysfunctional at some point. Even if you perform regular maintenance, nothing lasts as […]
Are your usual daily tasks difficult to perform? Have you had an injury or are you physically incapable? If yes, you may benefit from physical therapy. Physical rehabilitation is performed by a physical therapist. It is the kind of care that helps you ease pain and help you function, increase flexibility, and allow you to […]
What is In-home health care? In-Home health care services are health aid care attended at the comfort of your own home. There are various home health aide services which include doctor care, nursing care, personal care, medical social services, medical services or medical care, Companion care, rehabilitation therapy, and personal care assistance to name a […]
As they age, their own health starts to deteriorate. They’re no longer as mobile as they once were. They may become disabled and may not be able to get out of their homes frequently.
Physical therapy can help seniors retain their independence, whether they are managing a long-term illness or just want to improve their general health and mobility. The goal of physical therapy is to help restore and improve functionality, reduce pain and increase mobility for better strength and balance.
Home Health Care Is In Demand With the recent events tied to the COVID pandemic we have seen the CDC recommend social distancing, face coverings and shelter in place orders. One of the major concerns in the health care industry is the at risk patient populations. These patients are the ones in short and long term care facilities. We have reports of these facilities becoming COVID hot spots due to the confined nature. These circumstances have driven patients to utilize home health in order to by-pass short term care facilities.