Research Results Adolescence refers to the years between ages 13 and 19 and is considered the transitional stage from childhood to adulthood. The telltale transformations that occur can start during the preteen or “tween” years (ages 9 through 12), and last through the end of puberty (typically around age 15 for girls and 17 for boys); the physical, emotional and hormonal shifts can have parents scratching their heads, remarking that their child has “become someone else.”
You don’t want to experience pain, nor do your patients. Research Results Unfortunately, the mainstream health care system is clearly failing those who suffer pain, particularly chronic pain (usually defined as daily pain lasting at least three months). Most patients start with over-the-counter (OTC) pain remedies before turning to their regular doctor. This invariably leads to a revolving door of specialists, tests, diagnoses, and pharmacological treatments, none of which seem to provide much in the way of relief.
Research Results In posture (the distribution of body mass with respect to gravity), the lowermost joints in the musculoskeletal system are of fundamental significance. These include both the feet and ankles, which support the entirety of the musculoskeletal system and the sacral base buttressing the vertebral spine. There are four elements that are capable of reducing more than two-thirds of common pain occurrences
Research Results There’s no question that the traditional drug-focused healthcare system is failing many patients who are in pain. Despite all of mainstream medicine’s best efforts, including prescription and over-the-counter options, the best ways to treat pain still remain elusive for millions of people. Chronic pain can interfere with an individual’s ability to work, attend school, or care for their family.
Research Results Advanced regenerative treatments utilizing various forms of stem cells are beginning to take their rightful place in helping thousands of patients get better. When it comes to regenerating joints, the non-surgical options range from amniotic tissue, amniotic fluid, to cord blood; and the surgical options include bone morrow and adipose tissue.