Back pain remains one of the most common medical issues, affecting eight out of ten people at some point during their lives. If you suffer from back pain, understanding the type, causes and treatments is vital to minimizing future acute (sudden) or chronic (overuse) pain from straining the spine.
Although the technology and the capability to do “virtual” health care has been around for a number of years, 2020 and the global pandemic has made connecting with your doctor virtually more important than ever before.
Between the ages of 45 and 64, one in nine women develop symptoms of some form of cardiovascular disease. After the age of 65, this ratio increases to one in three women according to the National Center of Health Statistics.
Chambliss team members Amy Boulware, Care Manager for Elder Law and Special Needs Planning, and Rebecca Miller, Elder Law and Special Needs Attorney, discuss estate planning when you or a loved one has dementia.