Products like car seats, walkers, jumpers and floor seats can lead to an issue referred to as Container Baby Syndrome due to the inability to activate important muscles. Read why babies should have time outside of these devices.
As fall sports are in full swing, it is important that you know what to do in the case of an ankle sprain. This injury is one of the most common we see here in the Sports and Orthopedic Physical Therapy department. Unfortunately, what often begins as a mild injury can quickly become debilitating if it is not managed correctly. Here is what to do if your athlete experiences an acute ankle sprain.
A woman’s first visit to an adult GYN practice is a great opportunity for her to take further ownership of her gynecologic health as she transitions to another stage in her life. An adult GYN provider treats women’sbreast and pelvic health issues and associated surgical needs, hormonal issues, pregnancy and postnatal care.
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Hydronephrosis: A Defense Mechanism for the Kidneys
Oct 04, 2018
Hydronephrosis is a radiology term describing fluid buildup within the kidney. It is like a defense mechanism for the kidney when urine is slow to drain. Stretching of the kidney allows the backpressure of urine to be more evenly distributed. This may help to limit or slow down some of the potential damage to the kidney from urine backing up abnormally. Read More
Labial Adhesions: The Gynecological Problem You Haven’t Heard About
Oct 10, 2016
When the inner lips (labia minora) of the vagina become stuck together, it is called a labial adhesion. This is typically seen in girls between the ages of 3 months and 6 years old. Labial adhesions can partially or completely block the opening to the vagina and the urethra (where urine comes out). Read More
Once your child has been successfully potty-trained – ‘taking care of business’ should get easier – but what if the accidents keep happening? When a child over the age of four has frequent daytime urinary accidents, and there doesn’t appear to be an underlying medical Read More
Is your child urgently running to the bathroom and having urinary accidents? Is your child experiencing urinary tract infections (UTIs) or pain with urination? Urinary problems and UTIs occur in many children and can affect family, social and school life. Read More
When my wife was pregnant with our three children, we chose not to know the sex prior to birth because we wanted it to be a surprise. It was one of the greatest joys in my life when I announced to the world that my son and daughters were born. Read More
As a pediatric urologist, I am often asked to see and treat children with various forms of urinary incontinence. This means a child doesn’t have control over his or her bladder, resulting in a daytime accident two or more times per month. Read More