PRP Hair Restoration: How Does It Work?

If you experience hair loss, don't worry, you're not alone. Millions of people around the world suffer from hair loss every year. There are many different ways to treat hair loss, including PRP hair restoration. Here's more information on PRP hair loss treatment and its eligibility requirements. What Is PRP Hair Treatment? Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a treatment for hair loss that involves injecting a concentrated mixture of platelets and plasma into your scalp. Read More 

Do Not Just Correct Medical Billing Errors, Avoid Them

Medical billing errors are easier to avoid than they are to rectify. A series of miscalculations, incorrect filings, and other shortfalls can stagnant revenue and lead to financial problems. The billing staff needs to be knowledgeable and efficient to avoid an issue. Verify and Reverify Insurance It should be standard practice to verify a patient's medical coverage when they schedule their visit, but this verification should not be the last one. Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Using A Reiki Practitioner

Reiki is a technique for alternative energy healing pioneered by Japanese healers that is said to promote relaxation and help reduce anxiety and stress. A Reiki healer is said to channel universal energy or qi to help problem areas of the body in order to promote the flow of energy and to achieve healing and recovery. For many people, Reiki has had very positive effects but many remain skeptical. If you are looking for alternative methods of healing, here are a few of the pros and cons of Reiki to consider. Read More 

Who Can Take Prep For HIV Prevention?

HIV prevention has come a long way in recent years. Now, there are medications you can take for ongoing protection from HIV, even if you have sexual contact with an HIV positive individual. These medications work well for men and women, and they're highly effective. However, they are not necessarily the right choice for everyone. Here's a closer look at who can take HIV prevention pills. Those who are HIV negative Read More 

Perks Of Treating Chronic Back Pain Through Physical Therapy

At least 16 million US adults suffer from chronic back pain. Such people cannot easily participate in everyday living activities without using painkillers. Sometimes, these patients even get spine surgery to treat the condition. While most of these surgeries are successful, the patients are often left with lifelong post-surgery complications. Patients who do not want surgery or opioid dependency may seek alternative medical procedures like physical therapy. It is a safe, non-invasive, and natural way to treat chronic back pain without causing further medical complications. Read More