Step into the world of resilience and strength Christina shares her battle with undiagnosed Gastroparesis. Her story is a testament to the power of perseverance and the unwavering spirit that can overcome life's most challenging obstacles.
Dedicated to helping breast cancer warriors overcome those challenges, Care+Wear developed a recovery bra to help patients immediately following mastectomies, lumpectomies, cardiothoracic, and reconstructive surgeries.
Hil is an active cancer advocate, writer, and mentor. After being diagnosed with Breast Cancer at the age of 28 with no previous family history, she shares important tips that she wishes she had known when she was battling cancer.
Accessorizing your scrubs with custom embroidery is the perfect solution to adding your own personal touch and expressing your individuality. Many medical professionals choose to embroider their scrubs because it’s easier for patients and colleagues to identify them. Others want to enhance their professional look in a simple but effective way. No matter the reason, embroidered scrubs are a great way to stand out from the crowd.
Choosing comfortable work shoes can affect your entire body, from preventing lower back pain and unsteadiness, to curing fatigue and tendonitis. The shoes you wear can make all of the difference in your work day. It allows you to practice patient care without suffering from pain that can be avoided
In February 2020, Courtney was was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 35. Both her mom and father’s sister are breast cancer survivors multiple times over, and because of their histories, she had been in a high-risk breast cancer screening program for 10+ years. Read her story here and how our Post Surgical Bra helped her.
On Monday, November 8th, innovative healthwear companyCare+Wearhosted the second installment of their webinar series, entitled “A Symptom of the Pandemic - Accelerating Patient-Focused Care & Healthcare Consumerism.” Care+Wear brought together leaders in patient-centered care to discuss how the pandemic augmented their approach to healthcare consumerism.
Since its inception, the Internet has played a role in healthcare. But what started out as primarily a source of information has now evolved into a much more interactive experience. Social media, cancer communities, and online support networks are revolutionizing the patient experience.