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Dr. Maziar Badii

Dr. Maziar Badii

MD, FRCP
Rheumatologist
Vancouver, BC
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What is adult onset scoliosis?

A:

Scoliosis typically starts affecting people in their early years. If an adult begins to develop scoliosis, it can come on very quickly and progress much more rapidly than a child or teen who has scoliosis. If you have noticed changes in your posture and think the natural curve in your spine may be changing, you should visit your physician for scoliosis testing.

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Diagnosis of Adult Onset Scoliosis

Lori Berard

Lori Berard

RN, CDE, Diabetes Educator, Nurse Consultant
Nurse
Winnipeg, MB
Q:

Why do I have to switch up where I inject my insulin on my body?

A:

If you inject your insulin in the same spot every time, you might cause problems with how well the insulin is absorbed in your body over time. You can develop scar tissue over time in your injection site so you should be rotating your injection sites on a regular basis. If you are noticing that your insulin doesn't seem to be controlling your diabetes as effectively after a while, checking your injection sites is a good idea and you can speak with a diabetes nurse or your doctor.

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How to Inject Insulin Correctly

Dr. Pamela Squire

Dr. Pamela Squire

Pain Expert
Family Doctor
Vancouver, BC
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Who can help manage my chronic pain?

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Your doctor is the best place to start when trying to figure out a treatment plan for your chronic pain. If you are noticing that your pain is affecting your everyday activities, you can talk to your doctor about seeing a pain specialist or pain clinic. These specialists may have other health professionals working with them who can help you work on a management plan to maximize your quality of life.

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What is Chronic Pain?

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