Can medical marijuana help in the healing process? Is it effective pain management? Can it be used to treat chronic pain, fibromyalgia, serious knee and joint pain? I certainly think so. I’ve personally seen its benefits in my Cincinnati patients. But don’t just take my
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Can medical marijuana be used to treat chronic pain? Absolutely! “Pain that is either chronic and severe or intractable” is one of the 23 conditions recognized by the State of Ohio as being treatable with medical cannabis. In fact, most people who use medical cannabis
Dr. Blatman wrote the following piece which was originally published in the Alternative Patient Treatment Directory website. — For many people medical marijuana may be a much better alternative for pain relief than opioids or other pharmaceuticals. Marijuana has fewer side effects than pharmaceuticals used to treat
Dr. Blatman is pleased to officially announce that he has joined the integrative medical team at Juhi Ash Center in New York City where he will be practicing on Thursdays and Fridays. Dr. Blatman continues to see patients out of the Cincinnati office Monday through
Dr. Blatman was recently interviewed on a podcast discussing information about living a pain free life. — La Dolce Vita With Virginia Rose Episode Description On this ground breaking episode I interview Dr. Hal Blatman. He is an expert in myofascia injury and shares that
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that attacks your central nervous system. The resulting damage disrupts your brain’s communication with the rest of your body. Symptoms include weakness, tingling or numbness in your limbs, trouble speaking, chronic pain, depression, and vision loss. The disease
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive lung disease that affects millions of people in the US. Over 16.4 million people in the US have been diagnosed with this disease — another 18 million people likely have it and don’t even know it. People
How do you get a medical marijuana prescription in the State of Ohio? You don’t — technically. But what you can get is the next best thing — a medical marijuana recommendation from a medical marijuana doctor certified by the state to make such recommendations.
Are you one of the 100 million Americans who suffer from chronic pain symptoms? Pain can range from minor to debilitating. In extreme cases, it can significantly limit your ability to enjoy life and even function normally. Traditional medicine treats severe pain symptoms with opiates
Every case of back pain is unique — but ignoring serious back pain will only make it worse. How can you tell if your back pain is serious? Can you tough through it or do you need a doctor? The answer depends not only on
At our health and wellness clinics in Cincinnati and New York, we offer stem cell therapy for knees, backs, necks, and other areas of injury. One question we’re frequently asked is this: How long do stem cell injections last? That’s a difficult question to answer,
Does your hand ever feel like it’s going to sleep? Do you feel a numb tingling and aching pain? You may be suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome. It’s a common condition caused by repetitive movement such as working on a computer or playing an instrument.
Patients and fans of CBD oil, pills and other products will appreciate the newly updated guidelines recently rolled out by the US Food & Drug Administration. The new guidance will make it easier to approve CBD-based medicines — including CBD oil, CBD pills, and other
Check out Dr. Blatman with Dr. Wayne Phimister on “21st Century Pain Solutions” Podcast. LISTEN TO THE EPISODE HERE. You can also search “21st Century Pain Solution” on Spotify, Podcast iTunes, and Google Play Music to listen via mobile phones.
In order to procure medical marijuana legally in the state of Ohio, you need a medical marijuana card — and a heaping pile of cash. High cannabis prices have left many in Ohio’s medical marijuana community disgruntled. In fact, 62% of all medical cannabis patients
Due to concerns about the current state of COVID infections and the more infectious strains now in our country, we have determined that our Your Pain Can Go Away workshop on February 6th should not proceed as planned. There is no way we can appropriately shield those in our