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patient positioning - KNOW THIS. So when your patient is suddenly hypotensive, you can trendelenberg them to get that pressure up or do a passive leg raise.

Trendelenberg-the best for pulling up a heavy patient in bed! Patient positioning - KNOW THIS. So when your patient is suddenly hypotensive, you can trendelenberg them to get that pressure up or do a passive leg raise.

Learn the Symptoms of Piriformis Syndrome. Get relief with focused stretching - the Piri-Stretcher® is available here www.miraclestretch.com/?click=p524

Many people suffer from lower back pain that spreads downward to the limbs and feet. This can often be alleviated by doing a deep piriformis stretch – a stretch that releases tight piriformis muscles,

Great infographic regarding your baby's first year with regards to the motor skills. This infographic is a guide to help you and your baby. Also, some ways to encourage your baby each month to help them in their development milestones.

Baby's First Year Infographic – Wondering how quickly baby’s senses and motor skills develop in his first twelve months? We teamed up with The Bump to clue you into what baby’s up to.

compartment syndrome - Google Search

People suffering from compartment syndrome normally feel a deep, constant pain in one part of the body (usually the leg or arms).

ORIF - What is Open Reduction Internal Fixation?: Treatment of an intertrochanteric hip fracture with a metal plate and screws.

ORIF is an abbreviation for open reduction internal fixation, a type of surgical procedure used to repair a serious bone break breaks or a compound fracture.

Stroke of Grace: All In My Head

Difference between Ischemic stroke & Hemorrhagic stroke in a simpler manner. Ischemic stroke is the stroke caused by hypoxia in the brain tissues while hemorrhage stroke is stroke caused by excessive bleeding in the brain