⭕➕مهم فقط كاهش وزن نيست
مهم كاهش وزن درست و بدون عوارض و بازگشت هست ... ✔✔✔
براى رسيدن به اندام ايده آلتون کارهای سخت انجام ندهید، بلكه هوشمندانه كار كنيد ... لاغرى رو با بهترين و ساده ترين روش با ما تجربه كنيد ☕️🍃
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Thank you for being understanding of our office closure yesterday for staff training. Here is snippet of Dr. Tobyne leading a case study at our office bootcamp! We are committed to growing and learning new ways to make our patient experience top-notch.
Post 18: Concussions in Pediatric Populations 🤯⚽️🏐🏀
Did you know that you do NOT have to be fully unconscious to have experienced a concussion?
According to the APTA, a concussion is a head injury caused by a bump/blow to the head that can cause a decrease in blood flow to the brain and cause molecular changes. This can be from a fall, sports, etc.
It is important to recognize some common signs and symptoms of a concussion reported or seen in a child. Most of these can be overlooked, as some people think it is normal for kids to fall/bump their heads around (which is OK most of the time!) But if you notice these changes in your child, it is highly recommended you have them checked for a possible concussion.
Treatment for a concussion includes “brain rest” which is allowing a child to relax their brain. This can be done by decreasing stimulating things like electronics, loud sounds, and avoiding contact sports. About 80% of concussions will heal on their own within one month if treated properly. Post-Concussion Syndrome can also occur & further treatment may be needed to help improve balance or dizziness. Physical therapists can help assess your child to make clinical decisions on whether or not it is safe for your child to return to sport. PT’s can also provide vestibular therapy, meaning we can help with balance problems, coordination, and reaction time. -
All content is for educational purposes, not to diagnose. If you have any concerns, feel free to ask questions or consult your primary care physician.
Remember: Baby steps daily can lead to big changes overall! 👶🏻👣
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Disclaimer: Results may vary. In this case, the patient couldn’t walk without the use of a 2x4 piece of wood when he arrived. He was 10/10 pain and worried that he was never going to get better after an accident at work. 2 adjustments later he ditched the 2x4 but wasn’t walking straight. 4 adjustments later he was feeling much better. After 12 visits he feels 110% and is so happy and grateful. It’s so rewarding to be able to help people with their health and wellbeing. But you don’t have to be in that much pain to start feeling better.
Hey guys, guess what!! I’m working with @justcausescrubs as an Ambassador! What does this mean for you? Whenever you need or want to buy scrubs, just use my code, which is Ambsb4xy19st11! The beauty of this company is, they give 50% of the profit from each purchase to a “Just Cause”! AND, you get to choose which of the available causes you want your purchase to go towards. As a NP, I am not required to wear scrubs. But when I’m on the inpatient service, I do wear them to be more comfortable. So why not be helping others while I do it. Many of the scrubs are named for a cancer warrior!! Check them out!
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If it doesn't challenge you it won't change you.
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This was shoved into my vag. It’s a horrible scraping sensation but ya gotta do it. 🐱
@nurses.station with ・・・ @dr.kassardjian ・・・
This is Florence “See See” Rigney, who is the country’s oldest registered working nurse. She is in her 90s, but Rigney can run circles around her colleagues at Tacoma General Hospital, where she graduated from nursing school and has been working at for an incredible 70 years. Seventy years of surgeries and flu shots, scared kids, bedpans, thermometers and all the rest. Seventy!
She is an inspiration. People like her inspire me every day.
I would love for Senator Walsh to ask her in all of those 70 years, how many times during her shift she sat down for a game of cards? —————————————————————————— The Washington State Senate considered a bill Tuesday, SHB 1155, that would provide nurses with uninterrupted meal and rest periods.
Walsh made these comments while discussing a bill that would require uninterrupted meal and rest breaks for nurses. "By putting these types of mandates on a critical access hospital that literally serves a handful of individuals, I would submit to you those nurses probably do get breaks. They probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day," Washington state Senator Maureen Walsh said on Tuesday during a debate on the Washington state Senate floor.
In all of my years working in hospitals I’m yet to find two nurses sitting down and playing a game of cards. Instead of comments such as these, we should be praising and celebrating the sacrifice and the unbelievable hard work nurses do daily, and most of the time they are so under-appreciated, helping patients sometimes on their worst day. I personally am so grateful to have the opportunity to work with such incredible nurses every single day. Thanks to all the nurses out there for ALL you do!
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We added to the Nurses Toolkit box! Think of how cute the visor will look while you're playing cards in your favorite scrubs!
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It's true that food can do much more than provide energy. And when you're sick, eating the right foods is more important than ever.
Resting, drinking fluids and getting proper nutrition are some of the most important things you can do to feel better and recover faster when sick. Certain foods have powerful properties that can support your body while it's fighting an illness. They may relieve certain symptoms and even help you heal more quickly.
After my terrible first semester in college (last post), I went to discuss my grades with my biology professor. 🔬
During our conversation he said “well because English isn’t your first language.”
Huh? I thought 🧐
I’m as LA valley girl as it gets. Perhaps my grammar wasn’t the best, but my accent was American Los Angeles all the way.🌴 I didn’t get it.
I simply replied, “no I was born here.” 🇺🇸 And he just looked at me. Cold.
I left his office hours feeling confused and hopeless. Is my English bad?
Now I look back and understand what happened.
He was trying to intimidate me. Subtly tell me I wasn’t good enough to be a doctor...
Because of my bad grades or...
Because of my bad grammar or...
Because of my immaturity or...
Because of my ethnicity. 🇵🇰 🇮🇳 I get it now.
You see, micro aggressions are subtle.
They tell you you’re not good enough with saying out right you’re not good enough.
My second semester in his class was worse. I left with a C.
But this time I didn’t go to his office hours.
This time I told myself that I’ll be fine,
And that I’m good enough.🙏🏼
Many of us don’t just overcome the hard hours, the pre-Med reqs, mcats- some of us also have other battles, other oppressions- but you can still make it, like I did! 🙌🏼💕
Type in “truth” below if you agree!
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Neurons are powerful cells & love to fire! @rev.med
By maintaining a resting potential-voltage across the membrane, they can fire action potentials. Neuron signaling involves connections between neurons to stimulate or inhibit the activity. This process is a highway for incoming information and process of carrying out a response.
So this talking to one another, happens here at the synapse. There is a presynaptic zone (sending) and postsynaptic zone (receiving). @rev.med
▪️1. Action potentials arrive at the axon terminal and depolarizes membrane
▪️2. Voltage-gated Ca2+ channels open
▪️3. Ca2+ flows in
▪️4. Ca2+ influx signals to synaptic vesicles
▪️5. Vesicles move to the membrane
▪️6. Docked vesicles release neurotransmitter by exocytosis
▪️7. Neurotransmitter diffuses across the synaptic cleft and binds to receptors. @rev.med
*Neurotransmitter binding to receptor opens the Ligand-gated Na+ ion channels, in the post-synaptic membrane. This allows Na+ ions to diffuse (aka facilitated diffusion) from the synaptic cleft into the post synaptic bulb. So once Na+ ions move into pre-synaptic bulb then a new action potential will pass along at the Axon Hillock!
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Antioxidants are compounds produced in your body and found in foods. They help defend your cells from damage caused by potentially harmful molecules known as free radicals.
When free radicals accumulate, they may cause a state known as oxidative stress. This may damage your DNA and other important structures in your cells.
Fortunately, eating a diet rich in antioxidants can help increase your blood antioxidant levels to fight oxidative stress and reduce the risk of these diseases.