While there isn’t a specific cure for osteoarthritis, there are natural ways that you can manage the pain to improve your symptoms.
Today we’re going to talk about the functional medicine workup that we would do for someone that presents pain as a primary concern.
In this functional health minute, we’re going to discuss the four types of pain and how autoimmune disease may trigger each one.
Today, I’d like to talk a little bit about pain, how pain signaling works, and the different types of pain fibers that exist in our bodies.
Low dose Naltrexone can benefit a number of unexpected conditions. Let’s discuss what some of them are…
We are now offering remote vital sign monitoring! This system helps alert us to subtle changes in your physiology so we can start treatment faster.
Feeling tired? It’s time to get the full dish on mitochondria and how focusing on mitochondrial health can help boost your energy.
While acupuncture isn’t an all-out cure for pain in all people, it can make a huge difference to the way pain is managed and improved quality of life.
Cannabidiol oil (CBD oil) can be effective tool for managing debilitating pain as well as curbing anxiety.
Adrenal fatigue is not a condition itself, rather a symptom of other problems – usually issues of the gut or damage due to chronic stress.