Fight Back Against Chronic Pain Today

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Chronic pain is a common problem you need to fight with uncommon solutions.

Studies have shown that almost half of the human population has reported that they deal with some sort of chronic pain issue in a particular body part, including the back, leg, or knees. The majority of these people can attest to the difficulty of dealing with chronic pain and are in desperate need of a solution that is safe and that will actually work to stop the pain. Advanced Osteopathic Health located in Lansing, Michigan specializes in a variety of chronic pain therapies that help heal pain in the back, neck, knee, hip, hand, and wrist, and can also help with pain that is associated with scars, torn rotator cuffs, herniated discs, and headaches.

Our staff in our Lansing office pride themselves in the ability to help solve chronic pain issues with osteopathic manipulation and prolotherapy. Keep reading for more information on the two chronic pain alleviation procedures.

Using Osteopathic Manipulation

Osteopathic manipulation uses hands-on manipulation of the chronically ill body part. The osteopathic professional manipulates the hurting muscle and joint by using techniques that include applying pressure, resistance, and stretches to the painful area. After 25 years of using this technique, we have treated over a thousand patients of different medical backgrounds and ages. The treatment involves techniques that help to decrease pain, jump start the healing process, and strengthen the body part’s ability to move around. This type of treatment can also help patients suffering from asthma, sinus problems, menstrual pains, carpal tunnel, headaches, and migraines.

Using Prolotherapy

Prolotherapy is a special procedure that Advanced Osteopathic Health uses to repair just about any body part that is causing chronic pain in the body. This nonsurgical procedure became popular in the 1930s and really became the preferred method of dealing with chronic pain in the 1950s. Prolotherapy works to restore, alleviate, and increase the strength of joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments in the body.

At times, our clinic professionals may find it necessary to incorporate further procedures when treating a patient with prolotherapy. Prolozone therapy involves injecting ozone into the body to quickly restore damaged ligaments and tissues. Neural therapy is sometimes used to fix any damaged nerves by the injection of anesthetics in the ailing nerves to provide quick pain relief. Platelet-rich plasma and other stem cell therapies may be used by injecting the plasma back into the patient’s body to quickly repair damaged tissues and bones. Mesotherapy can be used with prolotherapy to help strengthen the ability of the joints to move better.

Advanced Osteopathic Health is the preeminent facilitator of prolotherapy and osteopathic manipulation treatments and we are here to help you. If you are tired of dealing with the constant difficulties of chronic pain, do not hesitate to call our office at (517)-323-1833 and speak to one of our friendly professionals to schedule an appointment with us. Do not let chronic pain rule your life; let Advanced Osteopathic Health rule your chronic pain.

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