5 Steps to Preventing Diabetic Foot Ulcers

By docadmin April 28, 2017 4:14 am

So, what’s the deal with diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs)? They sound so technical, but getting one can be as simple as wearing loose socks that caused your shoe to rub in just the wrong spot, or forgetting to put lotion on your heels and they begin to crack. We’ve all experienced these discomforts before, but for those with diabetes, there could be severe consequences associated with these minor nicks and blisters. DFUs are among the most common reasons diabetic patients in long-term care are hospitalized. In fact, around 25% of patients with diabetes will develop a foot ulcer during their lifetime. These are scary numbers to the 11.2 million Americans over the age of 65 live with diabetes each more

You Are Not Alone in Continence Management

By docadmin April 20, 2017 3:15 am

As the population in the United States ages, incontinence is an issue that is, or soon will be, impacting virtually every American household. The National Association for Continence says more than 25 million adults suffer from some form of incontinence and more than half of all homebound and nursing home residents suffer from incontinence.  These figures are driving the incontinence and ostomy care market that a new report shows is worth $11.5 billion.1 Incontinence can be daunting, confusing, troublesome and embarrassing for those experiencing it.  A recent study found the symptoms in middle-aged women impact their exercise routines, often times cutting out the physical activity.  What I hear is patients don’t know there are options, but there’s a bigger more


By docadmin April 13, 2017 3:15 pm

When purchasing a mobility scooter there are many options.  DCM can help you guide you in picking the right scooter for your needs.  Below there are 2 types of mobility scooters that give you the advantage and disadvantages of each.  We are passionate in helping you with all of your mobility needs. Three-Wheel Phoenix HD 3 Wheel Mobility Scooter Three-wheel scooters are configured with two drive wheels in the back and a single wheel in the front for steering. Three-wheel scooters offer excellent maneuverability versus similar four-wheel models, thanks to their lower turning radius, making them better for indoor use, where nimbly maneuvering around obstacles is a necessity. While they include anti-tip wheels for safety, three-wheel scooters are not more

Providing Relief Right Now for Patients

By docadmin April 10, 2017 7:08 am

A functioning, competitive market for health insurance is a crucial element of providing patients access to quality, affordable care. But with skyrocketing premiums and narrowing choices, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has done damage to this market and created great burdens for many Americans. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is committed to doing everything in our power to provide relief immediately. Within what the law allows, HHS is taking action to stabilize the individual and small group insurance markets (the markets most affected by the ACA) so that they work better for everyone. We are going through every page of regulations and guidance related to the Affordable Care Act to determine whether or not they work more

Motivo Tour Salsa Red

By docadmin April 2, 2017 11:10 pm

Motivo Tour The Salsa Red Tour is as functional as it is attractive.  The Tour’s stow-away seat design allows you to walk inside and upright for better posture, and better health. Standing inside the Tour also allows you to get 50% closer to items for an easier reach without added strain.  Zero-degree turning radius gives you a tighter turning radius and better maneuverability. Convenience features include: Flip-out tray with multiple cup holders Large private storage compartment Stow-away padded seat Cane holder Stands & rolls when folded Carry handle Speed control to avoid runaway on downhills No assembly required Quick-adjust handles Made in the USA