Outsourced Medical Billing: Benefits For Medical Practices

Whether you're getting ready to launch a new medical practice or you're just looking for ways to streamline operations in an existing one, you shouldn't underestimate the benefit of outsourcing your medical billing services. Unfortunately, many practitioners don't realize how beneficial it can be to turn over billing services to a third party because they value the control they have over the in-house process. However, there are a few reasons why it's often best to work with a medical billing service instead. Read More 

FAQs About Custom Orthotics For Heel Spurs

If you suffer from heel spurs, you may wake up each morning with tight, sore heels and arches. The pain may ease up somewhat throughout the day, but it will still be present, at least now and then. One of the best things you can do for heel spurs is be fitted for custom orthotics. Here are some questions you might have about that process. Where do you get custom orthotics? Read More 

Everything You Need To Know About Total Joint Replacement Post-Op Rehab

When you undergo a total joint replacement surgery, the post-operative rehabilitation process is just as important as the surgery itself. In fact, many surgeons will not even release their patients to go home until they have started on the road to recovery in a physical therapy program. Here's what you need to know about total joint replacement post-op rehab. What is total joint replacement? Total joint replacement is a surgical procedure in which the damaged parts of a joint are removed and replaced with new, artificial parts. Read More 

Keep Germs At Bay While Waiting To Be Seen By Your Doctor

If you need to be seen by your doctor for an annual exam, vaccinations, or a minor injury, you may be concerned about coming into contact with other patients who are highly contagious. Use the following tips to protect yourself while waiting to be seen by your doctor. Schedule An Office Visit For The Morning Office visits that take place at the beginning of the day may result in fewer patients waiting in the reception area. Read More 

3 Signs You Need To See A Urologist

Every informed person knows when it's time to visit a primary care physician, dentist, and similar commonplace practitioners. But very few men can tell if they need to see a specialist, more importantly, a urologist. If you don't know, a urologist is a medical expert who focuses on issues affecting theurinary tract, which consists of the ureters, urethra, and bladder. Some of the signs that indicate you should see a urologist include: Read More