From The Woman’s Clinic, first off, congratulations. Second, here are a few of the new things you are going to want to be aware of as you continue entering new eras of life.
Health & Wellness
https://www.twc-ms.com/service...Life sure gets busy as we get older. With that busyness comes increased stress and often less of a focus on your own health. Those changes can increase long-term health issues like high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, and cancer. With the right habits, you can minimize your chances of experiencing long term health issues.
During this time, some priorities shift in terms of health. While younger, most wellness issues revolve around discovery and establishing a routine healthcare habit. As you begin building your own lifestyle and settling into your own life in your 20’s and 30’s, The Woman’s Clinic is here to help you make the best decisions for your health.
From a young age, physical health needs to become a priority for every woman. The choices made, habits created, and scheduling of regular checkups to know what is happening in your body are of utmost importance to make a lasting impact on your health as you enter adulthood. The Woman’s Clinic has some specific advice for women from 16-24 years old.
It’s true, calcium does help prevent osteoporosis. But there are many other ways you can protect your bones from this disease. The best form of defense begins when we are children, but if you’re past that stage in your life, there’s still hope.
The eggnog is flowing, the champagne is bubbling, and Uncle Craig is showing off his newest holiday cocktail. With all the choices, just like with food, it can be easy to justify overconsumption. So how do you decide where to indulge and how much is too much?
The Woman’s Clinic is happy to offer patient visits again in both our Jackson and Madison offices. We have provided Obstetric and urgent Gynecologic care and are now carefully adding back less urgent patient visits.
This week is dedicated to motivating women to focus on their health. Women have unique health issues, and with a few overarching habits and focus points, you can help improve the way you feel and your overall health.
It’s safe to say that most people will experience bloating at some point. And if not familiar with what’s happening, it’s easy to become emotionally distressed about it. In most cases the discomfort is harmless. But it’s important to know if it’s more serious.
Right now more than ever, more and more physicians are relying on technology to assist with patient care as a way to expedite appointments and continue practicing social quarantine as advised by healthcare professionals and government officials in response to the COVID-19 virus. These virtual appointments allow us to continue meeting with patients to assess their level of need before coming in for a face-to-face appointment.