1. Hacks for the Best Hospital Stay – Part 2

    It doesn't matter if you're facing your first surgery or your tenth; facing the prospect of an operation and the recovery to follow can be a daunting prospect. If you find yourself worrying about what might happen as you try to fall asleep at night, you aren't alone. Many people find it difficult to…Read More

  2. Are You Experiencing Caregiver Burnout?

    Are you in charge of caring for an aging loved one? What may have started out as weekly visits can turn into a full-time job as your loved one gets older. Many people find themselves trapped between wanting to save money, care for a loved one, and raise their own families. They often fail to realiz…Read More

  3. Why In-Home Care is Great for the Elderly – Part 2

    Senior care has come a long way from the grim nursing homes or burdened families that used to define it. Today, seniors and their families have a wide array of options at different price points. As a result, it is usually possible to find a solution that actually works. Of course, the complexity of …Read More

  4. Signs of Post-Op Depression

    Even if you have undergone several surgeries in your lifetime, having an operation never stops being a major event. Many people underestimate the impact that surgery can have on them long after they've left the hospital. If anything is on their radars, it's physical complications. While physical iss…Read More

  5. Learn the General Risks of Surgery – Part 1

    No surgery is risk-free; it doesn't matter how small the operation may be. Because of the risk, surgery should always be a last resort, and our healthcare system does a pretty good job of exhausting all the other options before turning to the operating table. The goal of surgery is to provide result…Read More

  6. Understanding the Risks of Surgery for the Elderly – Part 2

    As we get older, our health tends to decline. As a result, many elderly people find themselves needing surgery. Whether it is joint replacement, heart surgery, or something else, surgery is a major event. Many older patients know they are at higher risk for complications than younger people are, but…Read More

  7. Surgical Incision Dehiscence 101

    At Justice Healthcare, we specialize in home care, which can come in very handy when you've just come home from a surgical operation. Complications after surgery are more common than most people think, but they have to be handled correctly. Otherwise, you can end up back in the hospital. The thing i…Read More

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. Are You Heading for Surgery Soon? Part 2

    When you're headed for surgery, there are a lot of things to get done. However, you don't have to get lost in the mess. We have determined the things you should focus on. In our last blog, we discussed a few, and in today's blog, we have a few more to share. Read on! Get Ready for Your Operation Dis…Read More

  11. Keys for Preventing Falls at Home

    We've all fallen down at least once. Hopefully, it was when we were younger and could heal up quickly. That being said, the people who fall the most (beyond toddlers) are the elderly. This is unfortunate because the elderly are the least equipped to recover from falls. The team at Justice Healthcare…Read More

  12. LVAD Frequently-Asked Questions – Part 2

    The human heart is an incredible organ. It beats around 100,000 times a day, and in your lifetime, it will beat more than 2.5 billion times. Because it creates its own electrical impulse, it can beat when it gets separated from the body. All it needs is enough oxygen. This is good news! Why? Because…Read More