What are Invisible Disabilities?

Posted by Wellspect US, January 2 2019

Millions of people around the world have some kind of disability. In many cases it is impossible to tell, just by looking at someone. These "invisible" impairments are limiting in one way or another, even though it is not obvious to others. So let's get below the surface and talk about invisible disabilities!

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Topics: Men's Health, Women's Health

Fighting Social Isolation

Posted by Wellspect US, November 19 2018

When you have a severe accident or get a new diagnosis, there often are several sudden and significant changes that challenge the way you live. It is during times like these that we realize that no man is an island; we all need people in our life. In this post by Kent Revedal, we explore how to avoid social isolation and maintain meaningful relationships.

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Topics: Active Living, Men's Health, Women's Health

Enjoying Sex after Injury

Posted by Wellspect US, September 24 2018

After an injury or illness that reduces physical capabilities, your sex life may face new challenges. It takes time to adapt to your changed body. But the drive is not lost – it's still there, and it deserves to be nurtured.

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Topics: Men's Health, Spinal Cord Injury, Women's Health

How to Identify a UTI

Posted by Wellspect US, August 8 2018

Recurrent urinary tract infections can be painful, annoying, and unfortunately is an unwelcome companion for many people using catheters. But there are differences between the various bladder management therapies and the likelihood of UTIs.

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Topics: UTI, Men's Health, Catheterization, Women's Health

What's the difference between Enlarged Prostate (BPH) and Prostate Cancer?

Posted by Wellspect US, June 5 2018

Many people think that there is a link between enlarged prostate (BPH) and prostate cancer, but this assumption simply is not true.

We’ve enlisted the help of professor Ralph Peeker (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) to explain what you need to know about the differences between prostate cancer and BPH.

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Topics: Men's Health, Catheterization