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What is Treatments?
Treatments are professional chronic pain therapies, tools, and supplements proven to help relieve a variety of chronic symptoms. By exploring a healthy range of available options, we welcome new ways to manage our symptoms and take control of our condition.
Alternative treatments for chronic pain have improved tremendously over years, and there are more options available today than ever before. But we understand that finding your ideal wellness regiment can be overwhelming. We’re here to explore new treatments for chronic pain relief and different alternative treatment options to support you with the evidence-based science behind each so you can work with your doctor to choose what’s right for you, your lifestyle, and your specific condition. Each chronic pain therapy can provide different benefits such as:
– Targeted pain relief (RFA, acupuncture, reiki healing for chronic pain)
– Longer lasting pain relief (RFA, pain shots, spinal
– Full body pain relief (massage for chronic pain, cannabis, electrostimulation)
– Induced relaxation and reduced stress (acupuncture, reiki healing,
– Sleep aid and reduced fatigue (acupuncture, herbal
– Improved mobility (physical therapy, spinal manipulation)
– Anxiety ease (massage, cannabis, reiki healing)
Research into alternative care for chronic pain has been increasingly focused on treatments for specific conditions. For instance, osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia show particularly promising results in response to chiropractic care (spinal manipulation) and massage for chronic pain. Acupuncture is the most widely researched and respected for its effectiveness in the treatment of chronic pain. And review of studies on back pain found modest improvement in pain intensity and function with both acupuncture and massage. Eastern and emerging therapies, like reiki healing for chronic pain and cannabis, are also growing in popularity due to anecdotal evidence. These fields of treatment are beginning to be studied scientifically for pain relief, anti-inflammatory and psychological benefits.
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