31 July 2018
There are many different causes for hearing loss, and those experiencing it will encounter it as many different ways — but regardless of how it begins or progresses, it can be categorised into one of three broad 'types' of hearing loss. A hearing test can help to diagnose any of these and may help you to identify whether or not you're experiencing a problem. Here's a run-down of what each type consists of to give you an idea.
30 June 2018
If your parent suddenly announces that they are going to buy a mobility scooter, then your relief at the thought that they'll get around more easily may be tinged with trepidation that they could hurt themselves or somebody else when they ride around. This may be really worrying you if your parent hasn't operated such equipment before or shows all the road sense of a headless chicken. Mobility scooter training may make your parent a safer user and make you feel a little better.
26 February 2018
Knee scooters are supposed to prevent pain and discomfort, but sometimes they do the opposite. If you feel achy or fatigued after using your scooter, here are 3 potential problem spots that could be the cause. The Height is Wrong A good knee scooter is height-adjustable because everyone's body is different. If the height of your knee platform isn't adjusted to your body, you won't be putting the right amount of weight on your 'good' leg.
5 September 2017
Generally, the supply expenses for a healthy dental office should be between four and six percent of the total overhead. If your dental supply percentage is extremely high, here are four possible reasons why and ways you can reduce it. Read on for further insight. You are paying overboard A key reason why your dental supply bills are spiraling is that you're paying overboard. If you can purchase the same dental supplies at a lower price, why don't you?