Getting out of pain can be tough.
All too often individuals receive a number of therapies that don’t always work when it comes to addressing their pain. As a result the patient ends up wasting time and money for sometimes very little relief.
We love helping people get out of pain and getting them back to doing what they love.
WE OFFER PAIN MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR:
- Tight muscles
- Strained muscles
- Sprained ligaments
- Partially torn ligaments
- Joint Pain
The pain management services we offer at Ethos Integrative Medicine designed to help alleviate your pain in a number of different ways.
These treatments are non-surgical, do not contain cortisone, have no down-time and offer amazing results.
When we have tight muscles it can often lead to your skeletal structure becoming misaligned which can lead to pain along your spine. Structural realignment works to correct this misalignment and increase mobility in your spine.
Acupuncture has been shown to provide relief for many different types of pain and is a great tool when it comes to helping patients feel better while having minimal side effects.
TRIGGER POINT INJECTION
When tight muscles, commonly called “trigger points” or “knots,” are the cause of pain, very few injection therapies are as effective as trigger point injections. This injection is amazing when it comes to help muscles relax and relieving any muscle spasms. The best results are seen when this therapy is combined with massage and strength training.
Prolotherapy is a non-surgical approach to naturally regenerating and strengthening damaged joints, tendons and ligaments. The solutions injected create a natural healing response that can often times result in a reduction of pain. The best results are seen when this therapy is combined with strength training and physical therapy.
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) INJECTION THERAPY
PRP injections stimulate growth of new collagen and ligament fibers which result in stronger ligaments, more stable joints and a reduction of pain. The best results are seen when this therapy is combined with strength training and physical therapy.