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Medicare Misconceptions

When I speak with Medicare patients, I often hear some confusion about what Medicare plan they have and what that plan covers. First, Medicare Plan A generally helps cover services provided by hospitals (inpatient services), skilled nursing facilities or home health agencies. The Medicare Part B plan helps cover most other services (such as physician’s […]

Deal of the Month – June 2017

Compression Stockings and Diabetic Socks Buy 1 pair get the second pair half off! Compression socks apply ‘graduated’ pressure. These help in a range of circulatory problems including varicose veins, edema, thrombosis or just leg cramps and discomfort. Athletes may wear compression socks as a way to give themselves additional support for their activities that […]

Deal of the Month Valid May 2017

Protech Control Full Length and 3/4 Quarter Length Powerstep Shoe Inserts & JM Orthotics The ProTech Control orthotic insole offers a firm but flexible arch support and a deeper heel cup with a 2-degree medial post for improved foot control and positioning. Double layer, shock absorbing cushioning for enhanced comfort. A Poron heel pad enhances […]

The Dreaded Shin Splints

Shin splints, I’m sure most everyone has heard this term but not everyone has had to endure this unbearable torture.  When I was a freshman and sophomore in high school I was part of the track team.  I was a long-distance runner, I ran in many of the longer distance races like the 800 meter […]

Do Patients Judge or Don’t They Judge?

May I offer an opinion encompassing both viewpoints:  ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE JUDGES EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING ALL THE TIME!  If one thing has been proven over and over by the human condition: We are very adept at self justification of our own thoughts and reality – we judge positively or negatively why we feel the doctor should […]