Dr. Becker Shares Her Updated List of Best and Worst Pet Foods

Dr. Becker Shares Her Updated List of Best and Worst Pet Foods

http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2015/11/08/best-to-worst-pet-food-types.aspx?x_cid=youtube Dr. Karen Becker, a proactive and integrative wellness veterinarian, shares her updated list of best-to-worst types of pet food. When deciding what to feed your pets, remember these tips from Dr. Becker.

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When, Why & How to Use a Walking Cane or Quad Cane – Ask Doctor Jo

When, Why & How to Use a Walking Cane or Quad Cane – Ask Doctor Jo

When, Why and How to Use a Walking Cane or Quad Cane http://www.AskDoctorJo.com Knowing when and how to use a cane can help prevent injuries from falls. There can be many different reasons you should use a cane and they are outlined in this video. A cane is mainly for balance, and should not been used for complete support. See Doctor Jo’s blog post about When, Why and How to Use a Walking Cane or Quad Cane at http://askdoctorjo.com/content/when-why-and-how-use-walking-cane-or-quad-cane

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One big reason why people don’t want to use a cane is because they don’t want to look old. My response is always, well if you fall and break something, you will need a lot more than a cane, and then you will definitely look old.

So how, when, and why should you use a cane? Canes come in many different shapes and sizes. Today we will talk about a standard cane and a pronged/quad cane. A standard cane should really be used to help with balance and to help you stand more upright when you walk. A pronged or quad cane has more support at the bottom, and can help stabilize you more if you need more help when walking, but it still should not be used if you are putting more than about 20% of your body weight on it. If this is the case, you should look into getting a walker or crutches.

One of the big things I see is furniture walkers. These are people who use their furniture to hold onto when they are walking at home. They will grab onto the couch or counter top, or even the walls. Since they are at home, they know where everything is, and that makes them feel safe. However, when they get out in the community, they don’t know where things are to grab onto for balance, and then they risk falling and getting hurt.

The other issue can be your pet on the ground. If you don’t have a lot of balance, you might trip over your pet or they might walk in front of you and make you fall.

Sometimes people also drag their foot, which can cause someone to fall. You might also walk differently with a limp or favoring one side. Even if you can walk without falling like this, you risk causing muscle imbalances, and that can make other things hurt.

Once you pick out the cane that is right for you, make sure it is properly fit. The most important part to start with is to make sure your cane is the right height. Most canes have a pin you can push in to change the height. On your upper leg there is a bone that sticks out called your greater trochanter. It is just below your hip. This is where you want the top of the cane. You should have a slight bend in your elbow about 20 degrees. If the cane is too high, you might irritate your shoulder, and if it is too low, you might lean over too much.

Now for the walking part. The cane should be in the opposite hand of the injured side. The cane should always move with the injured side. If the injured side goes forward, the cane goes forward for support. Again, this is how our bodies naturally move; so don’t think about it too much. Just move how you would normally move. The cane should be for balance and safety, and if you feel like you are pushing really hard on it, or if you can’t walk smoothly, then you probably are not ready for a cane yet.

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DISCLAIMER: This video and any related comments are not medical advice. Doctor Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy; however, she is not YOUR Physical Therapist and can’t possibly diagnose you through the Internet. So don’t use this information to avoid going to your own healthcare professional or to replace the advice they have given you. This information is only intended to show you the correct technique for physical therapy exercises and should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any medical condition. If you are not properly diagnosed, this information won’t help, and it could make things worse. So seriously, check with your healthcare professional before doing these techniques. If you experience any pain or difficulty while doing these exercises, stop immediately and see your healthcare professional.

How Do Pet Microchips Work?

How Do Pet Microchips Work?

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Blippi takes you on a journey to learn colors and learn numbers at the play place. In the Blippi compilation Blippi will also teach you about Blippi Buses for children, LAPD Helicopters, Blippi Go Karts, and your toddler will even learn colors and numbers! Blippi makes educational videos for toddlers, to watch more Blippi videos subscribe at https://youtube.com/Blippi?sub_confirmation=1

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Torchlight II Pet Tutorial

In this Torchlight II tutorial, I show you how to use the versatile pet that will be your companion throughout your time playing the game.

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Dr. Becker and Bill Bookout Talk About Pet Health Supplements

Dr. Becker and Bill Bookout Talk About Pet Health Supplements

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Yoga For a Healthy Liver

Yoga For a Healthy Liver

Yoga on deck! Join me for Yoga For A Healthy Liver! (Good for Gall Bladder too.) This practice is a great pick me up! Yoga helps us check and balance the energy in the body. Balance the liver energy meridian. Love your liver. Balancing the liver meridian is important for so many reasons. An unhealthy liver causes anger and frustration which can manifest in the body. Avoid digestive issues and combat bloating by tending to the energetic body. Tending to this energy meridian can assist in weight loss and can help detoxify. Good for your blood and good for you! Awesome for when you are feeling irritable and cranky. Breathe mindfully in those twists and through the side body – and work it out. Namaste.

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The Pet Health Club

The Pet Health Club

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Here at Zetland Vet Group we want to make sure that we are offering all our clients the best affordable care for their pets. This is why we have launched our new Pet Health Club.

The Pet Health Club is a preventative health scheme to help keep your pet and finances in tip-top condition. It covers all your pet’s essential routine health care in a budgeted monthly payment. More importantly, all members can enjoy great savings on products and services keeping your pet happy and healthy.

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