Travel jobs are not just for doctors, nurses, and therapists. Nurse practitioners and physician assistants are also in high demand for either temporary or permanent travel jobs. The demand is so high that the nurse practitioner willing to travel usually finds him or herself in a very strong position, financially and professionally. As a travel… Continue reading 3 Qualities of the Travel Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) fortunate enough to live in states that now recognize a broader scope of practice for NPs benefit through having so many more career paths to choose from. They are not confined to only the old traditional nurse practitioners jobs assisting doctors in their private practices or working at hospitals. They can now… Continue reading 3 Things to Think About Before Opening an NP Practice
Over the last 18 months, we have witnessed the birth of mobile medicine made possible by the growing on-demand economy. Companies are setting up new technology-based enterprises taking advantage of internet mobility to connect doctors with patients using smartphones as the intermediary. Now the doctors have competition. Nurse practitioners are also climbing aboard the on-demand… Continue reading Nurse Practitioners Climbing Aboard the On-Demand Train
A few weeks ago, we published a blog post discussing the question of whether nurse practitioners would contribute the same financial volume to hospitals and hospital-owned medical groups by taking the place of doctors in providing primary care. It was a fascinating thing to research. Now, new data from the University of California, San Francisco… Continue reading Nurse Practitioners and the Cost of Primary Care
Doctors that sign up for PRP and stem cell therapy training at the Advanced Regenerative Medicine Institute, do so for several different reasons. Among them is a desire to offer patients suffering from chronic pain some sort of relief beyond long-term pain medication. Chronic pain is a serious condition that affects millions of people. It… Continue reading 5 Ways Chronic Pain Negatively Affects Life
The emergence of nurse practitioners (NPs) as advanced practice caregivers in the 1940s and 50s was the direct result of a doctor shortage. Along with nurse anesthetists and midwives, NPs were thought of as assistants to medical doctors that acted as an extension of private practice. So much has changed over the last 70 years… Continue reading Nurse Practitioner Career Paths: There Are Many
A study of patients undergoing total knee arthroplasty, known in layman’s terms as total knee replacement, has revealed that patients often develop psychosocial problems that lead to never fully recovering. Among those problems are depression, anxiety, persistent pain, and sleeping disturbances. Findings from the study are very important given the increasing number of seniors undergoing… Continue reading Psychosocial Problems Another Downside of Knee Replacement
Dental veneers adhere to the front of the teeth. They are used as a way to improve the aesthetic appearance of a person’s mouth. The patients who have discolored or fractures on the teeth usually choose to get dental veneers. As soon as you make a decision to get this treatment, you can start getting… Continue reading What Is The Process Of Dental Veneers Placement?
Dental implants help restore a natural look to your smile by providing permanent replacement of the teeth. Since they’re anchored in the jaw bone, the implanted teeth feel and look like the natural ones. The success rate of dental implants is approximately 95 percent. You can be approved for the dental implants if you’re willing… Continue reading What is the Procedure of Dental Implants?
What is a Root Canal Treatment? The teeth are made up of many parts, that is, not only that strong white structure that delineates our smile, in fact, are much more complex than we think. To know what the root canal is, we must know how the teeth are formed, in addition to that white… Continue reading What is Root Canal Treatment and Its Procedure?