Saturday, 31 May 2014
It’s well documented that the diminished hours of sunlight during the winter months negatively impacts a large percentage of the US population. It stands to reason that, as winter passes, the days lengthen and more time is spent outdoors, levels of vitamin D naturally rise in the body. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case.
At Symbius Medical, we are dedicated to improving the quality of life for our customers and the communities we serve.
Monday, 26 May 2014
For those suffering from COPD, breathing problems are already an unpleasant fact of life. A new study now shows that older patients suffering from the disease and taking specific meditations may be at additional risk.
Symbius Medical covers all your breathing therapy needs, from CPAP systems and supplies, to oxygen concentrators and equipment. We offer a 24-hour on-call service that will answer questions or concerns from patients or caregivers when using our home medical equipment or products.
Wednesday, 21 May 2014
Food allergies have been on the rise for the past several years, with little insight as to what’s causing the widespread epidemic. Allergies and sensitivities can interfere with nutrient absorption and assimilation, a significant concern for those whose conditions necessitate the use of enteral feeding.
After nearly 20 years in the medical device industry, we are more dedicated than ever to improving the quality of life for our customers. To keep abreast of what’s happening in the various industries and markets we serve, and to ensure our business practices continue to be in line with our mission, we have created several committees.
Thursday, 15 May 2014
At Symbius Medical, we believe the right thing for the customer is the right thing for us, and this philosophy drives every decision we make. Clearly, we’re doing something right, because voters placed us in Ranking Arizona’s Top Ten Home Health Supply providers.
Sunday, 4 May 2014
As a population, we are bombarded on a daily basis with theories about how to extend our lives. A new finding indicates that when older Americans have more muscle mass, they are less likely to die prematurely.