What’s Your Digital Number?

Do you know what your digital number is? At a time when 77% of patients find their physicians online, you need to know just how easily accessible your practice is on the web. That’s what your digital number is: a way to accurately measure your existing presence online and offer you solutions to improve it…. Read More »

Strategic Partnership with eyeTrust Network

Leading Creative Services™ (LCS™) is proud to announce our newest strategic partnership with the eyeTrust Network. Leading Creative Services™ provides fully managed Social Media & Online Review services for our groups and associations in the Healthcare Community. Our unique approach to Social Media and Online reviews through the My Digital Number™ Audit process provides our… Read More »

What You Should Know About a TBI

What is a TBI? A TBI, or Traumatic Brain Injury is often referred to as a concussion and occurs when an external force causes impairment or injury to the brain. Symptoms often include headache, double vision, moving objects, poor concentration, staring, glare sensitivity, visual fatigue as well as changes to balance and coordination. While no… Read More »

The Opus Gel Compression Wrap: The Future of Recovery

Almost every person in the world, whether they’re athletes, manual labourers, or office workers, knows what it’s like to come home from a long day with aching muscles, throbbing pain, or worse—a life affecting injury. No matter how commonplace they may be, muscle and joint pain should always be taken seriously; pain can often signal… Read More »

UltraView ReLACS: The New Vision of Cataract Surgery

Did you know that more than 2.5 million Canadians have cataracts? A cataract is an eye condition where the lens becomes cloudy and hard, preventing light from reaching the retina clearly. Cataracts become more likely with age and they’re treated by removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial prescription lens. Traditional methods… Read More »

The Benefits of PRK

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), isn’t just a type of laser eye surgery that can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism—it is the precursor to other laser eye procedures like LASIK. Today, PRK continues to evolve to offer safer, more predictable, and more optimal results for patients wanting to reduce their dependence on contacts and prescription lenses. Wondering… Read More »

How Dry Eyes Are Treated with Technology

According to the newly released international Dry Eye Work Shop study II: “Dry eye is a multifactorial disease of the ocular surface characterized by a loss of homeostasis of the tear film, and accompanied by ocular symptoms, in which tear film instability and hyperosmolarity, ocular surface inflammation and damage, and neurosensory abnormalities play etiological roles.”… Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Lower Eyelid Surgery

Our eyelids are truly remarkable structures; they help protect the eye from the environment and brush away dirt and other harmful particles. Healthy eyelids also help the ocular surface in maintaining visual clarity. In fact, they’re so crucial to our vision that even a slight structural change to the eyelids could have serious consequences. For… Read More »

Randy Marks, Founder of LMCW® Featured in eHealth Radio Podcast

Randy Marks, Founder of Leading Medical Clinics of the World®, joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care & Health News Channels to talk to us about the top healthcare website, Leading Medical Clinics of the World®, and how it can benefit healthcare providers. Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Randy Marks discuss the following: Could you tell us a… Read More »

The Benefits of Laser Femto-Cataract Surgery

Believe it or not, cataract surgery is actually one of the oldest surgical procedures in the world; the earliest recorded form of cataract surgery was performed in India in the 3rd century, and it was performed entirely without anesthetic—only alcohol was used! But, it goes without saying that cataract surgery has evolved greatly since then,… Read More »