Megan Opena

Experienced Content Writer

Philippines

Megan here, a young and eager freelance writer with a burning passion for the written word. I have a degree in medical laboratory science, which allows me to specialize in the medical, fitness, and health and wellness space.

I had also served a brief stint as a MedTech in both clinical and laboratory settings, allowing me to gain vast knowledge on the ins and outs of the healthcare system.

WHAT I DO:

- I write engaging and versatile blog articles and web content in diverse niches.
- I incorporate basic SEO techniques to rank higher in the SERPs and drive traffic.
- I rewrite existing articles into more engaging posts.
- I proofread and edit blog articles using Grammarly, Yoast, and Copyscape.

Let's talk! Email me at [email protected] or visit one of my socials on the link below.

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Cardinal Hospice
Misconceptions: 10 Hospice Myths and Facts

Hospice care has been gaining significant traction after countless studies have documented its notable benefits. In fact, the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization reported that about 1.55 million people sought and received hospice care in 2018 alone. That's already a 4% increase of patients compared to prior

Personal Injury Lawyers Plantation, FL | AskMyAttorneys
01/01/2022
Car Accident Victim Rights & Steps To Take After an Auto Accident

According to statistics, over 6.6 million passenger cars have been involved in auto accidents since last 2019. Specifically, in Florida, approximately 400,000 traffic accidents occur yearly involving 5% of licensed drivers. So no matter how careful or great of a driver you are, the odds of being a victim of a car accident is high.

Urgentcare MDs
10/27/2021
Halloween Horrors: 5 Common Injuries During Halloween and How to Avoid Them

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Halloween season is the 4th most common time where kids get sent to emergency rooms for holiday-related injuries. It was also reported that children aged 5 (and under) attained the most injuries compared to other age groups.

Florida Foot and Ankle
01/01/2022
Routine Foot Care, Injury & Trauma

Routine foot care refers to different medical services involving care and management of the foot. It also deals with hygienic and preventive maintenance to ensure the health of the feet. Some of the specific services and treatment under this medical service include: Physical examination of the feet Cleaning and nail trimming Removing and treating corns and calluses.

Guan Physical Therapy & Acupuncture | FL
10/31/2021
How Acupuncture Relieves Knee Pain And Inflammation Better than Drugs

Acupuncture was first used and introduced in China as a form of traditional medicine thousands of years ago. However, its relevance in the medical field, specifically in pain management, still reverberates until now, in the 21st century. There might be limited use of this procedure in Western medicine, but that doesn't stop it from outperforming conventional medications.

South Florida International Orthopaedics, P.A.
12/27/2021
5 Benefits of Arthroscopic Surgery for Your Hip Pain

Hip pain has been a common problem for both aging seniors and young adults. If you're a sports athlete or a construction worker, then you're probably all too familiar with it. Fortunately, minor hip problems easily go away with at-home treatments, such as ice packs and warm compress.

Starfish Signs & Graphics
12/17/2021
Whiteboard Setup Ideas for Productive Teams

Whiteboards may have bloomed a little bit late after their debut during the '60s. But, now, they dominate every office, classroom, and home despite several technological innovations. Truly, there's nothing more interactive than using a whiteboard for every meeting, team brainstorming session, and company seminar.

South Florida International Orthopaedics, P.A.
11/27/2021
Shoulder Dislocation: What Is It and What Are Your Treatment Options?

Your shoulders give your arms the range of motion they need to carryout everyday activities. You can turn and rotate your arm in many directions, all thanks to the shoulder's ball and socket joint made up of the humerus, clavicle, and scapula.