In the latest Wellness Words vlog, Dr. Hal S. Blatman and Erin Fritts discuss why it’s important to look past symptoms to dive deeper into the cause of your pain. Listen to your body, and listen to this video.
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Ready for a life change? People who want to experience something different, have to make room for those new experiences. Listen Episode #3 of Wellness Words to take steps to clear out the clutter!
In this week’s “Wellness Words” episode, Dr. Hal S. Blatman and Erin Fritts focus on the “why” – why would someone want to make a change in their lifestyle. The “why” is key in determining what CAN be changed to help make them feel better.
Check out the first VLOG from Dr. Hal Blatman and Erin Fritts, to learn a bit more about why each do what they do to help people on a daily basis. Dr. Hal S. Blatman: “How we practice and treat pain, needs to change. There’s
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
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,
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
“Hi, This is OJ Anderson, Super Bowl XXV MVP. I tell you that it was a great experience. I learned a lot. I am glad to have the opportunity to save my hip. Most doctors tell you that it is gone. But Dr. Blatman says
Welcoming interview and introduction for Sue McLaughlin, an Emotional Polarity Technique Practitioner. Her work is helping people quickly work through blocks that have kept them from progressing in their treatments and personal growth. Contact Blatman Health & Wellness for Cincinnati EPT Blatman Health and Wellness Center of
Continued discussion with Dr. Hal Blatman, MD. Speaking about “Becoming an Integrative Physician” at the Changing the Global Healthcare Landscape Symposium.111
Dr. Hal Blatman, MD, speaks about his journey “Becoming an Integrative Physician” at the Changing the Global Healthcare Landscape Symposium.
In this short video, Dr. Hal Blatman explains in his own words how he has been assisting patients with his traditional and holistic pain rehabilitation solutions. Dr. Blatman also demonstrates how using something simple as a rubber ball can help alleviate your chronic pain and