Catch Dr. Blatman on Miracle Guidance for Everyday Life with Dr. Carmen Harra, Tuesday March 21st @ 7pm EST / 4pm PST! Here’s a synopsis of the show: Pain Management Solutions with Dr. Blatman This week on Miracle Guidance for Everyday Life, Dr. Harra and
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Archive: March 2023
Dr. Hal Blatman Selected As Cincy’s Best Pain Doctor
We’re proud to announce that Dr. Blatman has been selected by patients as Cincy’s Best Pain Doctor in Cincy Magazine for THREE different categories in 2022: Interventional Pain Management Pain Management Pain Medicine Look for him in the Winter 2023 issue!
October isn’t Just for Halloween; it’s National Health Literacy Month!
There is a National Something Month for everything, and sometimes a month even has more than one. October, surprisingly, has a lot going on. And in the field of medicine, October is both National Health Literacy Month and Stem Cell Awareness Day on the 11th.
Seasonal Affective Disorder and the Winter Months
Seasonal affective disorder, also known as seasonal depression, are mood changes that coincide with seasonal changes. It most often afflicts people during the winter. The symptoms will show up at about the same time every year; they begin in the fall and abate in early
What is Tissue Engineering?
Tissue engineering is exactly what it sounds like; doctors create tissues in the lab to aid the body in healing damaged areas. Tissue engineering can aid injection therapies like stem cell treatments and platelet-rich-plasma treatment. Injection treatments simply inject cells into the damaged tissue to
What’s Best Practices When it comes to Managing Myofascial Pain?
Myofascial pain syndrome is defined by the presence of trigger points throughout the body that are tender and cause pain. The pain that results from irritating a trigger point might even be referred to a different body part, making identifying trigger points a little complicated.
What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a pretty common condition caused by repetitive movements that aggravate the main nerve that runs through your wrist – the median nerve. The anatomy of this condition is closely related to several other conditions that affect the soft tissue in and
Are Stem Cell Doctors Happy About the Passage of California’s Prop 14?
In the election last November, California voters approved $5.5 billion in funding for stem-cell and other medical research — throwing a lifeline to the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Is this good news for stem cell research and regenerative medicine? Stem cell doctors are split
October is Breast Health Awareness Month
Mammograms – The Gold Standard Breast cancer screening is done to detect breast cancer before a person notices any physical symptoms. Early detection can enable a person to undergo less invasive treatments with better outcomes. Health authorities and doctors recommend regular screenings with mammography for