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Alternative Medicine Makes The Difference In Advanced Pain Management

Posted by Dr. Fred Vaziri on Jun 1, 2016 8:00:00 AM
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Chronic pain can affect your quality of life and affect your work performance at your job. Advanced pain management takes many forms. Conventional methods can be used but mostly only address the symptoms. For optimal health, alternative therapies are more efficient at treating pain because they address the source of the problem so the symptom is less likely to return. If you are involved in a medical weight loss program, alternative therapies offer the best results without causing side effects that can hamper your progress.

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is an excellent way to manage chronic pain. Not only can it play a vital role in a medical weight loss program, it also addresses the source of the pain. Deep tissue provides optimal health benefits because it improves circulation, increases mobility, strengthens muscle tissues and gives the body and mind an opportunity to relax. When it comes to advanced pain management, massage therapy flushes toxins out of the muscles and helps remove them from the body.

Hydrotherapy

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Aqua aerobics, swimming and sitting a whirlpool offers warm, moist heat that soothes aching muscles and allows the body to relax. Swimming and aerobics provides mild resistance that helps to strengthen tissues and increase range of motion that would be difficult if the exercises were performed without the support of the water.

Exercising in the water makes the body weightless so the only amount of resistance felt is the same amount as what is used. Hydrotherapy is an effective tool in an advanced pain management program that employs the use of alternative therapies.

Chiropractic Care

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Chiropractic adjustments offer relief for both pain and inflammation. Chronic pain is often the result of imbalances in the body. Skeletal abnormalities that result in inflammation can cause the body to heal in unnatural ways.

Receiving chiropractic care immediately after an injury is an effective form of advanced pain management for people who are interested in using alternative therapies. When used in conjunction with deep tissue massage, the adjustment will last much longer and give the body a better chance of healing in the proper position.

Herbal Remedies

Inflammation associated with many chronic illnesses and conditions can result in pain that is long lasting and quite severe. There are many herbal remedies that can be used to help reduce inflammation and relieve pain, allowing chronic pain sufferers to live a full and active life. A few of the most common herbs that have anti-inflammatory properties include:

  • Cayenne
  • Ginger
  • Cinnamon
  • Turmeric
  • Cloves
  • Sage
  • Rosemary
  • Milk thistle
  • Ginseng

There are many herbs and foods that reduce the risk of inflammation and are ideal remedies that work efficiently as part of an advanced pain management program.

 


Alternative medicine offers many benefits for people who do not want to take potent medications that may have severe side effects. Striving for optimal health means using natural products that work effectively by treating the source of a problem instead of just masking the symptoms. If you are involved in a medical weight loss program, you want to avoid conventional therapies and medications that will have a negative impact on your progress. It is important to address the problem and allow the healing to continue without the presence of unpleasant side effects. Alternative therapies provide positive support that improves health and enhances quality of life.

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