Water boils at 212 degrees: it steams at 211…What difference does a degree make? The difference between steam and boil is accomplished with a one degree difference! What would an increase in one degree help you do? Could you accomplish your goal with one degree more effort? I’ve watched this video many times in the last few days and the conclusion for me is simple: one degree more effort is the pinpoint focus necessary to take my efforts over the top! You can visualize a goal, meditate on its outcome and project what your life will be like when its met. But when you take your effort, direct it specifically on the end result and take the ONE step necessary to make it happen, you can make your life boil!!!
Does this scenario sound familiar? Your patient checks the appropriate box on your medical history that says “asthma”. Now what to do with the information. The most important information you will need to extract from this positive response is the level of the patient’s knowledge about their asthma, the degree of control of asthma attacks […]
Dr. Stephanie Barfield, of Houston, Texas and her staff discuss their pride and satisfaction after the completion of their emergency training. What a difference a day makes!
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When your patient states on their medical history that they have asthma,some logical questions should include: at what age was your asthma diagnosed? do you know what type of asthma you have? what causes your asthma attacks? have you been hospitalized due to your asthma? when was your last asthma attack? do you carry a […]
When we think about the holidays, most often we are deciding about gifts for our family and friends. Then, the difficult decisions arise concerning our staff. Do we have a party, provide them a bonus or a gift. Whichever suits your style, this year give your practice a gift. We all know what our tax […]
Dental appliances are designed to treat mild to moderate sleep apnea. They prevent the collapse of the tongue and soft tissues in he back of th throat. This assists in maintaining an adequate airway during sleep. They may be used alone or in combination with a CPAP appliance. Some of he advantages of oral appliances […]
How many times have we examined patients that fit the same physical profile: high blood pressure, overweight, apparent lack of good quality saliva, readily visible periodontal disease and obstructed airway? Then upon further questioning when you ask them if they have experienced morning headaches, irritability throughout the day, heartburn, insomnia and rapid weight, they will […]
When you think about your Medical History form what comes to mind? Are the questions on your intake questionnaire designed to extract information about the presence of chronic illnesses, allergies and unusual reactions or negative dental experiences? How much credence do you actually give to that information? Do you use the information as a reason […]