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State of the Art Therapy for ALS Patients

state of the art therapy

A diagnosis of ALS can be crushing for a formerly healthy person. ALS, or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a progressive disease which kills nerve cells and ultimately cause complete disability. There is no known cure for ALS, and people who have it slowly lose all of the ability to…

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Respite Care Funding May Increase

Respite care

Respite care is an ancillary but very important part of any patient’s overall healthcare. However, because it seems only indirectly related to a patient’s health, funding hasn’t been plentiful, and it often comes out of the caretaker’s pocket. This also means that it isn’t being used to the degree that’s necessary tor pure efficiency, since…

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Hospice Care and Technology

Hospice Care and Technology

With technology becoming an ever-more prevalent presence in our lives, hospice care has joined in the revolution and is bringing aspects of technology into they way patients are treated in care and at the end of days. Efficient Administration for hospice care As in most other fields, technology is helping in hospice care administration and…

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Medicare for all?

Medicare Bill

The Medicare system in the United States currently covers the healthcare needs of people over the age of sixty-five. Various federal and state lawmakers have tried, mostly unsuccessfully, to create universal healthcare plans to cover all of the needs of all of the American people. The newest entrant is the Bernie Sanders plan, a tremendously…

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Long Term Care and Aging in Place

Long term care in New Jersey

“Aging in place” had become a popular concept as the US population ages and health and prosperity increase. Whereas in the past, older people would have to move in with younger relatives to take care of them or require long term care, more of today’s elderly are opting to grow old in their homes. What…

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Pain Management and Cannabis

Doctors are always trying to develop new pain management approaches to help patients suffering from chronic pain. Patients who have severe chronic pain, such as those with fibromyalgia, have a hard time finding relief. They tend to rely on loads of doctor’s prescriptions for any kind of pain reduction, but medications don’t always provide the…

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Introducing Cardiac Rehabilitation That Speaks The Language of Your Heart

March 13, 2018. Alameda Center For Rehabilitation & Healthcare, a foremost provider of subacute rehabilitation and skilled nursing care in Perth Amboy, is proud to introduce a novel Specialized Cardiac Rehabilitation program that utilizes the most advanced technology and strong rehabilitation techniques, and is focused on helping patients recover quickly, return home and avoid hospital…

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