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Archive: October 2020

Dr. Hal S. Blatman

Alternative Therapies in Pain Management – Nov 14, 2020

Alternative Therapies in Pain Management Virtual Interactive Conference – 11/14/2020 Evidence-Based Approaches is an interactive, virtual conference that will deliver information on current and emerging evidence-based approaches of traditional and alternative therapies in the management of pain induced by migraine, osteoarthritis, and surgery. This conference

Healing Pudendal Neuralgia Naturally Without Invasive Surgery

A rare and often overlooked genital condition, pudendal neuralgia involves injury or inflammation of the pudendal nerve in the pelvis. This nerve provides sensation to your inner buttocks, anus, perineum (the area between your anus and genitalia), and genitals. It is often experienced as severe

Dr. Hal S. Blatman

All About The Thyroid – Discussion with Dr. Blatman

Dr. Hal Blatman and Clint Cornell PA discuss thyroid issues. How do you know if your thyroid is low? If your thyroid medicine is working? How to test, when to test, what medicine to take, how thyroid hormones T3 and T4 work in your body

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9 Effective Treatments to Ease the Pain of Vulvodynia

Vulvodynia is a painful condition affecting roughly 16% of all women in the US. It involves a burning sensation surrounding the region of the vulva — including the opening of the vagina, the inner and outer lips, and the clitoris. “What we do know is

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6 Easy Methods for Carpal Tunnel Relief

The saddest thing about carpal tunnel syndrome is that it can prevent us from doing the things we love — crocheting or knitting, playing an instrument, gardening or crafting. But the good news is that natural treatment can provide lasting benefits. There are exercises, lifestyle

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Doctors Discover New Stem Cells to Treat Tendon Injuries

Scar tissue build up makes recovery from torn rotator cuffs, jumper’s knee, and other tendon injuries a painful, challenging process. And secondary tendon ruptures often result. New research, however, suggests the existence of tendon stem cells that could potentially be harnessed to improve tendon healing

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