Articles by Casa Colina Clinicians

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Getting Surgically Precise with the O-arm
Jun 1, 2020
Getting Surgically Precise with the O-arm Ask any surgeon and they will agree: precision is paramount. This is especially true for neurosurgery, which deals with the ultra-sensitive areas of the spinal cord, brain, and cerebrovascular system. When placing a surgical insert in the spine, for ...
Don’t Let Low Vision Keep You Down
Feb 3, 2020
Don’t Let Low Vision Keep You Down Vision is one of the most important senses, and losing even a small portion of your field of vision can greatly impact your activities of daily living. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, vision loss causes a substantial ...
Tackling the U.S. Obesity Problem
Jan 2, 2020
Tackling the U.S. Obesity Problem Did you know the American Medical Association classifies obesity as a chronic disease? Chronic diseases are the leading cause of increased morbidity and mortality in the United States. In fact, the U.S. has one of the world’s largest ...
Adult Daycare vs. Adult Day Healthcare: Which Does Your Loved One Need?
Jul 1, 2019
Adult Daycare vs. Adult Day Healthcare: Which Does Your Loved One Need? If you are a family member or caregiver looking for adult daycare services, you understand the importance of choosing a reputable, licensed facility. What might not be as clear is which level of care your loved one requires. In California, there are ...
What to Expect in SCI Rehabilitation
Jun 3, 2019
What to Expect in SCI Rehabilitation As you navigate the path to recovery and independence after a spinal cord injury (SCI), eventually you will ask, “What can I do to get better?” Inpatient rehabilitation may be your best option for exploring new ways to move and adjust to ...
It’s Time to Take Control of Your Urinary Incontinence
May 1, 2019
It’s Time to Take Control of Your Urinary Incontinence You’re up several times a night. You never stray far from a restroom. Sometimes, you don’t even want to leave the house. But you’re not alone. Urinary incontinence affects millions of women worldwide. The condition often begins ...
MS and Exercise: Take Control with Aquatic Therapy
Mar 1, 2019
MS and Exercise: Take Control with Aquatic Therapy Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare For individuals living with a fatiguing disability like Multiple Sclerosis (MS), getting the recommended amount of exercise can seem daunting. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) , almost ...
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