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Where Does Pain Come From? (VIDEO)

Did you know that the food you eat can actually be causing the pain you are having? Has your doctor ever really touched you and provided a thorough exam? Our process to determine your pain is quite different than what you are used to. If your

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Alternative Treatment Method

Learn about an alternative treatment to dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Blatman Health and Wellness Center has demonstrated a 90% success rate of relieving numbness and pain with little downtime for most people. This is in contrast to Carpal Tunnel Surgery that many other doctors recommend,

Guest Blog: Addiction and Emotional Polarity Technique

Guest Blog by Sue McLaughlin – Certified EPT Practitioner & Founder of Inner Source Living The term Dry Drunk is used to refer to the recovered alcoholic who has stopped drinking but has not address the “Why” behind the drinking nor the effects of what it

The Myofascial Pain Conference Workshop: April 22-24, 2016

Rehabilitation & Myofascial Series Pain Treatment Dry Needling and Trigger Point Hands-On WORKSHOP: For Pain in Upper Back, Lower Back, and Pelvis. Applications for Platelet Rich Plasma. Joint Provided by: Hal Blatman, MD, Kyle Danemayer, PT (Blatman Health and Wellness Center) & TriHealth April 22 – 24, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio

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Migraines – Some Causes And Natural Ways To Alleviate Pain

While the exact mechanisms behind migraine headaches are not fully understood, we do know that specific foods, environmental factors, and even some over-the-counter headache medicines can trigger migraines. There is also an ever-increasing body of knowledge about effective ways to prevent migraines without the use of

Dr. Hal S. Blatman

Identifying and Unlocking Myofascial Pain (VIDEO)

Fascia may be the most under appreciated tissue in the body. In this video, Dr. Blatman discusses how fresh advances in our understanding of the anatomy are informing our grasp of the causes of myofascial pain, and helping to develop more effective treatments for the

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Understanding Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can be excruciating, mild, continuous, or totally incapacitating. Perhaps what makes this condition so frustrating is that the pain signals remain active in your nervous system for months, even years. The common sources of chronic pain include joint pain, headaches, backaches, muscle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, sinus pain, tendinitis, and

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Understanding The Signs of Sciatica

Sciatica refers to lower back pain or tingling, numbness, or pain in the leg due to pressure on the sciatic nerve. This nerve starts in the back and runs down each leg. The pain can even reach into the feet and toes. Treating sciatica involves addressing

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Dealing and Healing

At one time, chronic fatigue was considered psychosomatic, meaning that the source was primarily mental, emotional, or stress-related. However, we now know that chronic fatigue symptoms can have more than one cause unrelated to emotional or mental issues. It is usual for everyone to feel

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Just What Is Myofascial Pain?

Throughout our bodies is fascia, the web-like network of tissues that connect our muscles, organs, and bones, holding them together. A specific type of fascia is myofascia, the fascial tissue connecting the muscle fibers. Myofascial pain is common but often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. In this

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Best Natural Skin Care Tips

What is the largest organ of the human body? The skin, of course! Our skin is a crucial part of our body that requires daily attention, and it benefits most from natural care. In contrast, if you use chemical skincare products, you incur more damage

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Benefits Of And Uses For Platelet Rich Plasma Injections

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections can repair damaged soft tissue and joints affected by arthritis. PRP is excellent for ‘jumpstarting’ the healing process in a natural, holistic way. This type of treatment has increased in popularity, and many integrative medicine practitioners consider it a breakthrough therapy.

Guest Blog: A Mindful Medicine by Kyle A. Danemayer, PT

There is a new buzz in the holistic medical world — mindfulness. It’s safe, easy to practice, as effective as taking medication, without any ill side effects, and applicable anywhere, anytime, and by anyone. The best part is there’s no copay. Mindfulness is an ancient exercise and used to be considered strange, unless, of course, you were a white bearded man inhabiting a mountaintop cave staring at your navel. In the 1960’s and 1970s, researchers learned of the multitude of benefits that mindful meditation had to offer as they began testing the effects of it. At the turn of the century, it finally started to gain popularity in the West and is starting to enter mainstream medicine.

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Urinary Stress Incontinence: Why It Happens and What Can Be Done About It

Urinary stress incontinence is the uncontrollable and unintentional release or leakage of urine. The inability to regulate the urge to urinate in certain circumstances is a troubling problem. In some cases, it can result in social isolation and embarrassment. Urinary stress incontinence affects millions of people

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