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Chronic Pain? It Might Be Time To See A Pain Management Specialist
Unsure if you should see a Pain Management Doctor? Read our blog to know what signs to look out for to help you determine if it's time to schedule an appointment to see one.
Is It Allergies or Sinus Infection? An Expert's Guide to Knowing The Difference
It's that time of year again – when the trees start blooming and the pollen count goes through the roof. In this article, we will discuss the difference between allergies and sinus infections, and how to get a proper diagnosis so you can get treatment.
When Should You Go to The E.R.?
Many are unsure what symptoms warrant a trip to the emergency room. Read our latest blog to know when a trip to The Heights Hospital Emergency Room could be necessary.
Pollen & Allergy Season in Houston: Things to Know
Pollen season can be hard for anyone who struggles with allergies, but especially for Houstonians. Read our blog to learn about pollen and allergy season in Houston, how to manage through it, and more.
Heel Pain? You May Have Plantar Fasciitis and Here’s What You Can Do About It
Do you have heel pain? You may have plantar fasciitis. This is a common foot condition that can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. In this article, we will discuss what plantar fasciitis is, the symptoms, and how you can treat it.
First to Respond, First to Care: The Paramedic of The Heights Hospital
The Heights Hospital is proud to recognize our EMT Paramedic, Jason Kiel. He is an admirable representation of our mission to provide the best care, and we are grateful for the work he contributes to our team.
A Special Thank You to Our Nurses
The Heights Hospital is proud to dedicate a special thanks to all our nurses for their incredible work in helping us provide the best care to our patients. Our nurses are an integral part of our team and we value all that they do.
Living A Heart-Healthy Lifestyle
February is the season for celebrating love. While we show care and appreciation for our loved ones, we should also remember to do so for ourselves. One way to do this is to care for our hearts. Read more to learn how to live a heart-healthy lifestyle.
10 Common Injuries That Happen at Home (And How to Prevent Them)
It's safe to say that most of us spend a lot of time at home. In this article, we'll discuss 10 of the most common injuries that happen at home and how you can prevent them from happening to you!
Compliments of the Chef: The Secret to Serving Delicious Hospital Food
At The Heights Hospital, our nutrition team is breaking the stereotype of bad hospital food. Today we're exploring what motivates them to serve up smiles as well as delicious and healthy treats.
6 Reasons Why You Experience Pain in Joints
Do you often experience pain in your joints? If so, you are not alone. Millions of people around the world suffer from joint pain. In this article, we will discuss six common causes of joint pain.
Heights Hospitals Center for Research and Innovation Tackles Diabetc Foot Infection
The Center for Clinical Research and Innovations Searches for New Ways to Treat a Dangerous Infection Common Among Individuals with Diabetes.
10 Things You Need to Know About Diabetes
Diabetes is a serious condition that can lead to many health complications if not properly managed. There are two main types of diabetes-type 1 and type 2. In this article, we will discuss the 10 most important things you need to know about diabetes.
Unveiling the Difference: A Guide to Understanding MRI & CT Scans
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) scans are two of the most frequently used diagnostic tools by doctors to diagnose illnesses, diseases, and injuries. But have you ever been confused about the difference?
What is RSV and How Can I Protect My Child from It?
RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, is a common virus that can cause severe respiratory illness in young children. It is the leading cause of hospitalization for infants in the United States and can be deadly.
Stay Healthy This Holiday Season With These Tips
The holidays are a time for celebration, but they can also be a time for sickness. This year, make sure to stay healthy by following these tips!
Pneumonia Symptoms: What You Need to Know
Pneumonia is a serious lung infection that can be fatal if not treated correctly. In this article, we will discuss the symptoms of pneumonia and what you need to do if you think you might have it.
The Importance Of Lung Cancer Screening
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in both men and women in the United States. This is why it’s so important to get screened for lung cancer as early as possible. In this article, we will discuss the importance of early detection.
What You Should Know About Arthritis
Arthritis is a condition that affects millions of people around the world. It can cause pain, inflammation, and stiffness in the joints. While there is no cure for arthritis, there are treatments available that can help lessen the symptoms.
Is Spine Surgery Right For Me?
Back pain is the most common type of chronic pain in the U.S. If you’re living with severe pain, you might be thinking about surgery. In this article, we will help determine if spine surgery could be the right option for you.
Do I Need Emergency Care or Urgent Care?
When you're feeling sick or injured, it can be tough to know whether you need emergency care or urgent care. Both types of care involve seeing a doctor, but the services they provide are different. Keep reading to know when you should seek emergency care.
Prostate Cancer: What Men Need to Know
One in seven American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. That's a pretty staggering statistic, and it's one that underscores the importance of knowing about prostate cancer.
Back to School: How to Protect Your Kids from Common Illness and Injury
As summer comes to a close and kids head back to school, it's important to remember some basics about keeping your children safe and healthy. Here are some tips on how to protect your kids from common illness and injury.
Chronic Pain: What Causes It and How to Treat It
Chronic pain is a serious issue that affects millions of people all over the world. Unfortunately, chronic pain is often misunderstood and a lot of people don't know how to treat it.
COPD: What You Need to Know About This Serious Lung Disease
COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a serious lung condition that can cause difficulty breathing. In this blog post, we will discuss all about COPD- what it is, how to spot the symptoms, and treatment options.
The summer months bring us fun outdoor activities, family gatherings with cookouts, swimming, and other water sports. Here are some common reasons for emergency room visits in the summer months and some tips for staying safe.
What to do About Summer Allergies
Allergies are usually associated with the spring or fall because pollen is active during these times and cause many people to suffer. We don’t often hear about summer allergies even though they are very common and caused by the same common allergens.
How to Stay Mobile as You Age
As we age, our bodies change and move like they once did. Staying mobile becomes increasingly difficult but still possible. There are many things you can do to stay mobile and independent for as long as possible.
Aphasia: What Is It?
Aphasia is a communication disorder that can occur after a stroke or other brain injury. Learn more about what it is and how it is treated.
6 Ways to Help a Person With Alzheimer’s
To make everyday life easier for your loved one with a dementia diagnosis, their caregiver(s) and yourself, Dr. DeCarli suggests the following:
Most Common Emergency Room Visit Reasons
Most people have been to an emergency room at least once in their lifetime. Here is a list of the most common reason people pay a visit to their nearest emergency room.
New Health Care Policies To Expect Under a New Administration
New Health Care Policies To Expect Under a New Administration You may be wondering how or if your health insurance coverage could be changed under a new presidency. While no one knows yet for sure what lies ahead you can...
Covid-19 Hospitalizations On The Rise
Covid-19 Hospitalizations On The Rise Although still not as high as September numbers, Covid-19 hospitalizations are on the rise. According to the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday October 13th, there are currently more than 41,000 cases nationwide...
The Covid-19 Vaccine
The race for a COVID-19 vaccine is no secret. Several companies’ among different countries, have been in the race to find a vaccine since the outbreak started to spread worldwide earlier this year.
Am I Having an Emergency?
AM I HAVING AN EMERGENCY? Getting immediate medical help when having a medical emergency can save a life, but knowing what’s an emergency and what isn’t can sometimes be hard to decipher.
Vaccinations: Information, Questions, and Myths
Everyone needs vaccines. They are recommended for infants, children, teenagers, and adults. There are widely accepted immunization schedules available. They list what vaccines are needed, and at what age they should be given.
Why You Should Go to a Micro Hospital for Any Emergency Care
In the case of needing emergency care, one might think bigger is better, but that is not always the case, especially on the topic of hospitals. We’re going to tell you why you should be going to a micro hospital for any emergency care...
Does a Mask Affect Your Breathing?
There has been a lot of debate recently whether or not a mask affects your breathing. Some have no problem wearing a mask while others feel it is restricting them. With the new strict mask orders in more US states, this is a popular topic among...
Covid-19: Changing the way we live
For a minute there, everything was starting to feel like it was slowly creeping back to normal, just a little bit. It gave us hope, we got excited and starting pressing on with our lives again. But now we’re faced with the dejected reality of the virus...
The Future of Healthcare
In this ever-changing world, we’re constantly trying to adapt, trying to find new ways and expand technology. It’s always felt as if healthcare was the leading rapidly progressive industry, taking on any challenges that came its way.
Is COVID-19 over?
A question that everyone in the world is still asking, and still doesn’t know the answer to; when will all of this be over? For many people, it may feel as if it is over. Texas being among one of the first states to reopen and...
Micro Hospitals vs Big Hospitals
What is a micro hospital? You might think. First off we’ll note regulatory requirements are the same for all hospitals big or small, leaving no room for shortcuts on compliance from a micro hospital. Logistically Micro hospitals have anywhere from...
Are You Stress and Emotional Eating During COVID-19?
It’s no doubt these are stressful times for the majority of the world right now. With unemployment rates in America at the highest since the Great Depression, for lack of better words, times are tough.
Obesity and COVID-19
As the novel coronavirus sweeps the globe, it’s effecting many people young and old. But some are more susceptible and higher risk than others. One of the major high-risk factors is among people suffering with severe obesity and...
Let the Doctor Come to You: Introducing Telehealth Consultations
In this new age of staying home, and working from home, millions of Americans are finding that this is the new norm, at least for now. As much as it feels like the world has come to a stop, it certainly hasn’t. Hospitals are still running, the clock is...
Face Masks: The New Norm and Why We Should All Be Wearing Them
Starting Monday April 27th Harris County issued mandatory all persons over the age of 10 must wear a facemask out in public. Failing to do so could result in a $1,000 fine. Many stores already started executing mandatory masks before entering...
Elective Surgeries Resume
Issued by Gov. Abbott. On March 22nd all elective surgeries were suspended by government order, and many Texans were left no choice but to cancel or postpone their scheduled or planned surgeries. Wednesday April 22nd some elective surgeries in...
COVID-19 Too Soon To Reopen?
It’s no secret Texas is among one of the first states to be reopening amidst the coronavirus pandemic, issued by Gov. Abbott over the weekend. There’s a lot of concern and questioning whether or not is it really safe to do so?
COVID-19 in Houston: Testing Sites, Regulations and Up To Date Information.
From free drive-thru testing sites to medical supply shortages, and confirmed cases in Houston, we are here to provide you full up to date information on all things COVID-19 in Houston.
How to Protect Yourself Against (COVID-19) Coronavirus…
UPDATED: 3/26/20 You may be wondering if the 2020 COVID-19 aka (Coronavirus) is going to make its way into your life somehow? The spread across the United States is on the rise, so there is always that possibility. As a Hospital, we must keep up...
Patient Centric and Community Focused
Success in medical practices is very much tied to a strong and connected community of medical practitioners and building excellent patient-physician relationships. Spring Excellence Surgical Hospital (SESH) is committed to follow a...
Surgical and Emergency Room Services in Spring TX
Spring Excellence Surgical Hospital (SESH) announced availability of full surgical and emergency room (ER) services to communities in Spring, The Woodlands, and surrounding areas of Houston TX.
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