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Immunizations During Pregnancy
Thursday, March 13, 2014

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At your first prenatal visit, your provider will test to see if you are immune to rubella (German measles) and varicella (chicken pox). Most people will have had the immunization for rubella as children. Some people will have had the chicken pox and be immune to the illness, and some people will have had the vaccine. If you are not immune to rubella or varicella, you will receive the vaccination after the baby is born on the post-partum floor. These two vaccinations are not safe to receive during pregnancy.        

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Skin to Skin Contact After Birth
Thursday, March 13, 2014
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The first hours after birth are a very important time for bonding. Immediately following birth, there is a large surge of hormones that make you and your baby feel alert, ready to bond, and prepared to initiate breastfeeding. During the first moments after birth there are also a lot of important changes that a baby needs to make in order to adapt to life outside of the womb. Skin to Skin contact immediately following birth and for the first several hours after birth can help facilitate this very important bonding time and also ease the transition from life inside the womb to life outside of the womb.
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Pain Management in Labor
Tuesday, March 04, 2014

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Childbirth is a very personal experience.  First you need to choose a health care provider (nurse-midwife or physician) that will help guide you along the way including how to manage your childbirth discomfort.  When choosing between a medicated or a natural birth option, education will help you to know what to expect and how to cope with the labor forces.  Childbirth is physically and emotionally demanding.  Preparedness is key.

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Nutrition in Pregnancy
Tuesday, March 04, 2014

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What you eat in pregnancy is the hallmark of your baby’s growth and development.  Many times pregnancy is the first time you examine your diet.  Obviously a healthy diet is essential for the health and wellness of you and your baby.  Here are a few do and don’ts of eating with attention to the special nutrients needed in your pregnancy diet.

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Innovative Treatment Option for Knee Osteoarthritis
Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Read more...Knee Osteoarthritis is one of the most common musculoskeletal conditions affecting approximately 20 million people in US. This condition affects primarily older population, but multiple other factors including genetic predisposition, injuries, and obesity play a significant role and affect a much younger population as well. While many patients respond to conservative treatments, over 600,000 people in US annually will progress to a total knee replacement. However, there is a large population of patients who are not candidates for surgical intervention due to preexisting health conditions, age, and body mass index. These patients may be candidates for a new innovative treatment is called Genicular Nerve Neurotomy, which is a nonsurgical, minimally invasive procedure that takes minutes, and performed on outpatient basis that can offer significant pain relief and improvement in function.

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