Pain is the body’s way of signaling the conscious mind that there is something wrong. It could be a nutritional deficiency, a soft tissue injury, nerve dysfunction, degeneration, inflammatory, immune dysfunction, or other conditions. Because pain can arise from many different tissues, for many different reasons, a detailed health history and a thorough physical exam are necessary for proper diagnosis. Lab work and imaging are often helpful at ruling out or determining specific causes. Often mainstream medications and standard physical therapy that are prescribed have only limited success. Pain medications function by numbing the pain, not healing the damaged tissue. Therapies must be tailored to the individual needs of the patient and the necessary requirements for healing must be supported.
Back pain, herniated disc, ligament and tendon injuries, Osteoarthritis, muscle spasms, Osteoporosis, Bursitis, rotator cuff injury, tennis/golfers elbows, Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, hip, knee and/or ankle pain, Metabolic Neuropathy, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Gout and metabolic disease are pain-related conditions.