From Illness or Injury-Related to Chronic Back Pain, We Can Help.

sciatica back painBack pain is one the most common complaints on the planet. Nine out of ten people will experience it in their lifetime and five of ten working adults experience it year after year. Whether you lead an active lifestyle that has landed you with acute pain from injury or you are dealing with chronic pain due to illness or a lifetime of wear and tear, we can help you to find relief through back pain therapy. Your spine is made up of a vast network of nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints, any of which can be the source of your pain. In fact, the large nerves of the spine also connect to the arms and legs and can create pain in these extremities, as well.

When Your Back Treatment Isn’t Helping

Some approaches to treating back pain simply do not help. Things like prescription painkillers only address the symptoms and not the cause. In order to experience real relief, consider investigating the possible causes of your pain. Is it related to posture, poor physical activity, or stress? Could it be caused by nutritional deficiencies or is there another underlying condition causing it? These are all questions we help answer at Blatman Health and Wellness Center.

Where to Turn for Back Pain Relief

Back pain relief is what we do, and we’re here to help you find the best solution. Treatments can include medications, of course, and they often do. However, our staff will also help you create awareness around the reality of the addictive nature of pain medication and will support you with additional alternatives. Dry Needling is one such alternative that often provides relief. Another that you may not have tried yet is trigger point injection. We offer both of these modalities as well as other mind/body techniques to help with pain relief.

Could Something as Simple as Stretching Help with Back Issues?

Stretching: something we often hear is important but many never take seriously. When it comes to stretching, multiple studies have shown that daily stretching and exercise can significantly improve the pain associated with lower back conditions. And when combined with complementary therapies like chiropractic adjustments and acupuncture, it may help you avoid the use of dangerous pharmaceuticals and invasive surgery.

Could Stem Cell Therapy Provide Back Pain Relief?

It is hard to say if stem cell therapy would work for everybody, but it has provided relief from back pain for some. Golfer Jack Nicklaus made considerable progress after stem cell injections were used to treat his back pain. Other studies have applied stem cell therapy with no safety issues, significant reduction of pain, and increased functioning.

It certainly is something we can try. Unlike opioid treatment, stem cell therapy addresses the root cause. We inject your own stem cells into the affected tissue. These stem cells can be the building blocks to grow new healthy tissue that may help alleviate the back pain. It is a therapy that has the potential to alleviate back pain without invasive surgery. Many of our Cincinnati patients have had success with it.

The research on stem cell therapy has only just begun, but it has already shown great promise. It’s a natural way of using the body’s own processes to heal itself. It provides a healing that gets to the root of the issue — rather than simply numbing the symptoms with no real solution.

Dealing with Constant Back Pain? Don’t Give Up – There’s Still Hope

If you’ve been dealing with chronic back pain throughout your life, it can often lead to frustration and lack of motivation to do the things you once enjoyed. Unfortunately, millions of Americans suffer from some form of pain, with back pain being one of the most common. At Blatman Health and Wellness Center, we specialize in helping patients manage and overcome their pain through a variety of holistic and integrative treatments including massage therapy, targeted stretching, myofascial release, nutritional therapy, stem cell injections, and more.

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