1. Hacks for the Best Hospital Stay – Part 1

    There are generally two ways you end up in the hospital: either you rush in via the emergency room or your care providers recommend surgery and the operation is scheduled out. In the first situation, you don't have any time to adjust your plans and take measures to ensure everything is taken care o…Read More

  2. Signs That You Or Your Loved One Needs In-Home Care

    At Justice Healthcare Group, we have dedicated ourselves to providing home health care that allows people to fully recover from medical operations or live with difficult conditions in the comfort of their own homes. We come from working in hospitals, where we got to see many patients discharged and …Read More

  3. Why In-Home Care is Great for the Elderly – Part 1

    No matter how independent we are, there are times when we all could use a helping hand. This idea is especially important for the elderly, who still want to embrace life but may struggle with physical and mental issues. Facing the challenges of getting older and figuring out how to still live to the…Read More

  4. Learn the General Risks of Surgery – Part 2

    Modern medicine has brought surgery a long way, and we are grateful for every innovation! That being said, surgery is still a major event in anyone's life. It can be difficult not to worry about what complications might crop up. The thing is, complications aren't the end of the world. In fact, many …Read More

  5. Understanding the Risks of Surgery for the Elderly – Part 1

    Going into surgery is a nerve-wracking experience for anyone, but it can be especially scary for older adults who know they are "high risk." It is ironic that we become high risk for surgery right when we're getting into a time of life when many of us need surgery more: over half the surgeries perfo…Read More

  6. Signs of Diabetes in Women

      One of the most common ways medical condition affecting people in the United States today is diabetes. This is a metabolic disorder that shows up when blood sugar gets too high. Blood sugar is called glucose, and it must be processed by a hormone called insulin in order to power your cells. When …Read More

  7. Risks Diabetics Face After Surgery

    When you have diabetes and you're headed for surgery, you face unique risks. These risks are even higher if you have struggled with diabetes for an extended period of time or have trouble controlling your glucose level. At Justice Healthcare Group, we understand these risks, and the last thing we wa…Read More

  8. Recovering from a Stroke at Home

    Though we generally associate strokes with old age, they are by no means limited to seniors. Almost 800,000 Americans suffer strokes each year, and younger and younger people are experiencing them as a result of high blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes. Strokes are fatal for around 130,000 people …Read More

  9. Are You Heading for Surgery Soon? Part 1

    Whether you've had multiple operations in the past or you're headed for your first, it can be a nerve-wracking experience. Medical staff will try to give you the information you need, but they are busy. Even with a pre-op appointment, you can still end up heading into surgery with questions and worr…Read More

  10. How to Prep Your Home for a Hospital Return

    Is there a medical procedure happening in your near future? Maybe a loved one is headed to the hospital for a procedure. Either way, having a procedure is a significant life event, and getting back to normal can seem impossible. The best thing you can do is get ready properly. You need to prepare wi…Read More

  11. LVAD Frequently-Asked Questions – Part 3

    Your body has 75 trillion cells, and they all depend on your heart to provide them with blood. In fact, the only cells that don't receive blood are the cells in the corneas of your eyes. In order for a kitchen faucet to produce the same output as your heart during its lifetime, the faucet would have…Read More

  12. LVAD Frequently-Asked Questions – Part 1

    Our hearts work really hard 24/7 to keep our bodies running. Whether we're sleeping or awake, our hearts keep beating. In a perfect world, they would never have trouble. Unfortunately, our hearts do have issues and they can be very serious. According to a 2016 study by the American Heart Associatio…Read More