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Diabetes Treatment Plans: ‘Processing’ Insulin Pump Therapy by Elizabeth S. Posted Wed 17 Mar 2010 9:31am Cigna Healthcare, one of the largest healthcare insurers worldwide offering coverage to millions of people, unveiled their revised medical policy for external insulin pumps on Monday (15 March 2010).  It was not a news event, but it should be — roughly 250,000 people utilize pump therapy for tighter control and greater flexibility.   Nick ... Read on »
Sample of “Dream Therapy” process by DrKathy Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 18 Mar 2009 3:56pm Black Cat Dream/ with Interpretation Sample of dream therapy, how it works. Client sends me this dream: I had the dream last night, thankfully it was fairly simple (lucky you!).There was this black cat, it had a disease, and it had a fish hook hooked through it’s back on top like you would hook a minnow. You know how a cat rubs against your ... Read on »
Fibromyalgia and the Brain: New Clues Reveal How Pain and Therapies Are Processed by Erica Verrillo Posted Wed 19 Dec 2012 8:07pm Science Daily. Nov. 10, 2012 — According to research presented this week at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., pain experienced by people with fibromyalgia may be caused by a problem with the way pain stimuli are processed in the brain. Abnormal pain signal processing may also be related to a lack of r ... Read on »
Occupational Therapy Assessment - Sensory Processing Disorder by Mrs.M Posted Thu 17 Sep 2009 11:24pm Today, my eldest son and I spent a couple of hours at a private OT's office for his initial assessment. This was to be a 3 hr assessment, however for an average 4 yr old...that's asking A LOT....let alone for an above-average 4 yr old. On the 45 min drive to the offices, I just had this feeling of sadness. Pushing that emotion down. Recognizin ... Read on »
Panic Attacks: Mindfulness Therapy Treatment for Anxiety by Peter Strong Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 09 Mar 2011 2:30pm Online Therapy for Panic Attacks   ONLINE COUNSELING THERAPY   Panic attacks and panic disorder affect a growing number of people in the US and Western Europe. Those who do not suffer from panic attacks have a hard time understanding how unbearably painful panic anxiety is for those who experience ongoing panic attacks. To the victi ... Read on »
Gene Therapy in Ophthalmology Update 15: First Gene Therapy Treatment Approved! by Irv Arons Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 06 Nov 2012 4:35pm As I first wrote back in July ( Update 12: First Gene Therapy Approval on the Horizon ), the first approval of a gene therapy application in medicine was expected soon. It has now been accomplished. On November 2nd , the European Medicines Agency gave final approval to a gene therapy approach to treat a rare genetic disease. The therapy, given ... Read on »
New ME/CFS Treatment: Manual Physical Therapy by Sue J. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 03 Feb 2013 9:57am A series of articles was recently posted on the Research 1st website (a highly recommended source for the latest news in ME/CFS research) that prompted me to tell you a bit of what I know about an exciting new way to help even severely disabled ME/CFS patients. Dr. Peter Rowe, a well-respected pediatric CFS/OI expert at Johns Hopkins, has deve ... Read on »
Putting the Treatment Puzzle Together: Where Music Therapy Fits by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted Tue 11 Sep 2012 8:30am Ever since I started my business, I’ve made reaching out to professionals in related fields my number 2 priority (after giving my clients top notch music therapy treatment, of course!). Many of the questions I receive from the therapists, physicians, and educators are similar: what is music therapy, does it work with x, y, z, what does a sessio ... Read on »
Mastectomy Therapy: Physical Therapy using Lymphatic Therapy for Pre and Post Mastectomy Surgery by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 21 May 2012 11:57am Many of our clients come to Healthy Being Wellness Center managing breast cancer.  We often provide pre and post surgical education and lymphatic therapy to assist their bodies in recovery and obtaining optimal health.  It is absolutely essential for the breast cancer patient to understand the process their body is undergoing as t ... Read on »