Wellness Rx Articles
WELLNESS RX SPECIAL REPORT: A NEW AMERICA
As we end 2022 and come to terms with a worldwide pandemic that has killed over one million Americans, it’s now time to reflect on some of the changes, new norms and challenges that our society will face in the years ahead. Some changes will be positive, some negative, but we will be creating A New America that generations to come will be shaped by. Here’s some of the important trends that we are watching and the myriad of questions we should ask ourselves and our community leaders.
At Wellness Rx, consultations are at the top of the list of our patient care priorities. Not everyone needs to speak with our pharmacy team, but personalized consultations are the strength and foundation of how patient centric pharmacies, apothecaries and drug stores help their clients to fully understand what their doctors have prescribed for them.
Wellness Rx Report: Healthcare Today
What is happening to our Healthcare System in America these days? In seven modules, Ed Ullmann examines the history of our healthcare delivery service, where it is today and offers ideas and strategies for tomorrow.
Wellness Rx's Three-Month Plan for Nerve Pain: Post Herpetic Neuralgia (Shingles Pain)
Nerve pain can result from many sources and is one of the more difficult types of pain to treat. The searing, burning, electric shock kind of pain leaves patients in constant discomfort. Depression and anger can quickly set-in leaving the patient feeling lonely and helpless.
WELLNESS Rx SPECIAL REPORT: High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)
High Blood Pressure (HBP) is the result of the strong pressure of blood flowing through the arteries which are too narrow, creating pressure against the artery walls. Overtime, this constant pressure causes damage to the arteries and may lead to serious health conditions such as heart disease. Ensuring the efficient flow of blood through the arteries is the key to managing blood pressure.
WELLNESS RX SPECIAL REPORT: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) has become one of the most common and troublesome conditions for which patients seek medical attention primarily for symptoms of constipation, diarrhea, bloating, gas and abdominal pain. By far, it is the number one disorder of the gastrointestinal (GI) system.