7 Natural Diabetic Foot Pain Treatments That Work

The term “diabetic neuropathy” (also known as “peripheral neuropathy”) refers to the nerve damage brought on by diabetes. This chronic disorder develops when the body improperly uses the hormone insulin. Although neuropathy can develop anywhere, it most frequently affects the nerves that go through the limbs, hands, and feet. Further, diabetes neuropathy can start a […]

Unleashing the Power of PEMF Therapy: Exploring its Health Benefits

In pursuing optimal health and well-being, individuals increasingly turn to alternative therapies that harness the body’s innate healing abilities. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy is a groundbreaking approach that has gained recognition for its numerous health benefits.  Using electromagnetic fields, PEMF therapy can effectively stimulate cellular processes and promote overall wellness. From reducing inflammation to […]

Exploring the Benefits of Prostate Massage in Age-Related Erectile Dysfunction

As men age, various changes occur within their bodies, including changes in sexual health. Age-related erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common concern among older men, affecting their quality of life and intimate relationships. While numerous treatments are available for ED, one alternative approach gaining attention is prostate massage.  Prostate massage for impotence is a therapeutic […]

Different Types of Scleroderma and How to Treat

Scleroderma is a condition that causes the skin and connective tissues to harden and tighten. It is not an infectious or contagious illness. Scleroderma is more common in women than in men. Ages 35 to 50 are when people are most likely to get scleroderma. Scleroderma cannot be cured. However, you can receive the best […]

Things to Know About Prostate Massage Device

A small, muscular gland called the prostate contributes to the production of seminal fluid, which facilitates the release of sperm from the penis during ejaculation. Prostate massage aims to drain fluid from its ducts, which causes fluid to release spontaneously. This secretion may help remove fluids from the duct and lessen or eliminate the symptoms […]

Revolutionizing Mental Health Treatment: The Rise of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Devices

In recent years, the field of mental health treatment has witnessed a remarkable revolution with the emergence of innovative technologies. One such groundbreaking advancement that has gained significant attention is transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) devices.  Transcranial magnetic stimulation involves the application of magnetic fields to specific brain regions to modulate neural activity, unlike traditional methods […]

Revolutionizing Mental Health Treatment: The Rise of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Devices

In recent years, the field of mental health treatment has witnessed a remarkable revolution with the emergence of innovative technologies. One such groundbreaking advancement that has gained significant attention is transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) devices.  Transcranial magnetic stimulation involves the application of magnetic fields to specific brain regions to modulate neural activity, unlike traditional methods […]

Intraocular pressure monitoring by rebound tonometry in children with myopia

Introduction In pediatric ophthalmology, for all practitioners, intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements in children are challenging. A variety of tonometers are used in clinic, but no ideal technology of pressure measurement is concluded in pediatric patients. The traditional measurement of IOP is the Goldmann applanation tonometry (GAT) mounted on a slit lamp. IOP is determined by […]

Possibilities of monitoring intraocular pressure in children using EASYTON transpalpebral tonometer

Purpose To compare the effectiveness of transpalpebral scleral tonometry (TPST) and corneal pneumotonometry in children, and assess the discomfort level when measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) by these methods. Methods TPST using EASYTON tonometer (Russia) and pneumotonometry using Reichert 7 Non-contact AutoTonometer (USA) have been sequentially performed on 84 eyes (42 children aged 5–14, ave. 9.3 ± 2.7), […]