Choosing a Health Care Provider Who Matches Your Parenting Philosophies
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Choosing a Health Care Provider Who Matches Your Parenting Philosophies

Hi, my name is Katlyn. As a mum of four kids, I take their health very seriously. However, I also take my own parenting philosophies seriously. Because of that, I have always attempted to find doctors and health care providers who resonate with my style. That includes everything from their thoughts on how often to prescribe medication to how they speak to my children. If you want tips on finding the perfect healthcare provider, please explore these posts. They contain everything I have learned over the years, and I hope my experiences can really help other mums and families! Take Care, Katlyn.


Choosing a Health Care Provider Who Matches Your Parenting Philosophies

  • 3 Signs it is Time to see the Urologist

    14 December 2015

    As you get older, you may begin to have issues you did not experience as a younger man. In many cases, the problems are easy to deal with, but in some cases they will require additional investigation and treatment. Three of the most obvious signs it is time to visit a urology clinic can be found here. Erectile Dysfunction When you begin to experience erectile dysfunction, it may be a sign of a bigger health problem.

  • Could physiotherapy help your autistic child?

    13 November 2015

    When you have a child who suffers from autism, you want to be able to do absolutely everything in your power to help them live in a normal way so that they can progress through their young lives successfully. While autism is often thought of as a behavioural condition, many of the behaviours of autism have an effect on how a child uses his or her body. So, for example, frustration can be expressed by repetitive motions such as hitting the floor over and over again.

  • 4 Useful Hand Exercises to Aid Stroke Recovery

    27 August 2015

    If you've recently suffered a stroke or care for someone that has, you'll know all too well that regaining strength in your hand and arm muscles is of the utmost importance. After a stroke, the brain's primary learning centre is damaged and consequently, new neural patterns are created to help the patient relearn basic movement in their hands and fingers. Performing daily hand exercises can help restore this lost function, assisting the brain in its mission to rewire the circuits responsible for movement and flexibility.

  • Three Common Causes of Neck Pain

    21 August 2015

    Neck pain is a common problem and it can adversely affect your lifestyle due to limited mobility, discomfort and even inability to perform normal tasks. This condition can be manifested as sharp pain or dull muscular aches. In some cases, you may not be able to move the head fully, which can be very frustrating. There are different causes of neck pain in most people but it is rarely a symptom of a serious, underlying medical condition.

  • 2 Ways Rheumatoid Arthritis Can Impact Your Hearing

    31 July 2015

    As an inflammatory autoimmune disease, rheumatoid arthritis can affect several parts of your body, not just your joints. In addition to having an increased risk of developing heart disease, dental problems and osteoporosis, those with rheumatoid arthritis are also at risk of developing sensorineural hearing loss. This type of hearing loss is linked to autoimmune diseases and can occur when the cochlea or auditory nerve is damaged. Here's an overview of two ways rheumatoid arthritis can impact on your hearing and the treatment options available: