Rock Ridge Family Medicine

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Osteopathic Medicine & Pediatrics

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Ectopic Pregnancy Ultimate Guide

Everything You Need To Know About An Ectopic Pregnancy Nothing is quite as terrible as having to go through an ectopic pregnancy. You go in for a happy sonogram thinking you are going to have a child only to suddenly find out the child is growing in the wrong spot, you have your HcG levels [...]

By |September 2nd, 2019|advice, family planning, pregnancy, womens|0 Comments

Can Having Bad Teeth Affect Your Health?

Can Having Bad Teeth Affect Your Health? Definitely, having bad teeth can actually be a factor in heart disease and diabetes. Not to mention the fact that later in life you will want to have your teeth and your smile. There was a poll study once that asked many people in nursing homes what they [...]

By |August 30th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

What Happens If My Gums Are Bleeding When Flossing?

What Happens If My Gums Are Bleeding When Flossing? If your gums are bleeding while you are flossing, it is a sign that you may be developing gum disease, which can lead to decay and tooth loss, along with a risk of bad bacteria eventually getting into your bloodstream and causing you to be sick [...]

By |August 30th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

What Is The Proper Way To Brush Your Teeth?

What Is The Proper Way To Brush Your Teeth? Frequency is not always best. Gum disease and tooth decay happen due to a buildup of debris and plaque along the gumline of your teeth. Whether you are using a brush, revolving or vibrating toothbrush, it's the same technique that will get the bulk of the [...]

By |August 27th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Secondary Drowning

What Is Secondary Drowning? Summer break is a great time to kick back and relax poolside as the kids play in the water. However, it is important to remember that every year there are numerous reports of children drowning. And, they don’t even have to be in the water to drown. There have been multiple [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Ways To Treat Sunburn

Different Ways To Treat Sunburn There is always that moment of realization, “I think my child is sunburnt”. Maybe you dozed off, lost track of time, or just forgot to reapply sunscreen at the appropriate intervals. If you notice it while you are out in the sun, be aware that it can take several hours [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Recreational Water Illnesses

Recreational Water Illnesses According to the Kansas Department of Health, “the use of recreational water is growing. In the United States, an estimated 360 million visits to recreational water venues such as pools, spas and water parks are made annually. In Kansas, swimming is the second most popular exercise activity, and the use of swimming [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Dry Drowning

What Is Dry Drowning? It is a natural instinct for your child to inhale or gulp water when they are panicked and believe they are drowning. Although it is easy to assume the danger is over once they have been rescued, the truth is that parents must be even more vigilant at this time. When [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Outdoor Parasites

How To Handle Outdoor Parasites Hiking, swimming, and traveling are all the best parts of summer. However, all of these common summer activities can expose you to parasites. Parasites are small organisms that live off of other organisms. Being exposed can be dangerous or even life-threatening. As we begin to enjoy the warmth that comes [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Should I Test My Child for Allergies?

Should I Test My Child For Allergies? Spring is here, and with it comes the “seasonal colds” and allergies. Symptoms are often similar, but the causes and treatments can vary greatly, which makes it important to know the difference. So how do you tell? Here are some ways to determine if your child has a [...]

By |June 21st, 2019|advice|0 Comments