Tips For Renting A Wheelchair For Your Next Vacation

Needing to use a wheelchair on a regular basis doesn't mean that you can't travel and see the world. But in many cases, traveling with your own wheelchair can be difficult. A simple solution is to rent a wheel chair when you arrive at your destination. If you plan on renting a wheelchair during an upcoming vacation or trip, use the following tips: Contact the Tourism Board While there are many companies across the world that offer short-term wheelchair rentals, you may not know how to find them. [Read More]

3 Ways To Incorporate A Veterinary Ultrasound In Your Practice

As a veterinarian, like one at Keebovet, you know the importance of using an ultrasound in your practice. Unfortunately, some pet owners might not see the same value in the diagnostic tool and could shy away from having their pets examined. If you are having problems with incorporating the ultrasound into your practice and convincing pet owners of its necessity, here are some tips that can help.  Train Your Staff [Read More]

Two Things That Can Help The Feet Of Healthcare Professionals Survive Long Days

Healthcare professionals, from doctors to nurses to a variety of technicians and caregivers, spend many hours on their feet per day. This can take a toll on the comfort and well-being of the feet of healthcare workers, and that is why it is so important for these individuals to take good care of their feet. Buying well-made, well-fitting shoes is the first step, but beyond that, there are other ways to help your feet. [Read More]

Breathe Easier: Five Ways To Boost Your Oxygen Levels

If you use an oxygen concentrator due to heart or lung issues, your body has trouble getting all of the oxygen it needs from the air. Luckily, in addition to using your oxygenator, there are other ways you can boost your system's oxygen levels. Take a look at these oxygen boosting tips: 1. Improve your indoor air quality If you are like most people, you probably spend 90 percent of your time indoors. [Read More]