In recent years, there has a been a shift in the way we view pain. Terminology such as “pain management” and “painkillers” have clouded the water: we see pain as something to be eliminated, treated, masked, and sometimes even ignored.
The simple and impossible-to-ignore truth is the fact that pain is a detailed and powerful signal, and in most cases, this signal carries with it a distinct purpose. Typically its role is to indicate some sort of injury or physiological issue within the body that needs to be addressed, treated, and healed. In our active, quick-moving lifestyles, this can be easily overlooked or marginalized. Very often, we opt for the path of least resistance, which is masking these symptoms with medication—or even ignoring them altogether, classifying them as an annoyance, or just something to be endured.
Determining the root cause of the symptom of pain is of absolute necessity. Pain in the abdomen could signal an appendix about to rupture. Pain in the foot could be a sign of a stress fracture from overuse, that could easily become a complete break. Depending on context, a lingering headache could be a sign of trauma or concussion that is critical to be addressed.
With powerful pharmaceutical agents readily available to cover up the pain, it’s easy to divert the focus from the source of the signal itself. However, if a patient actually desires to resolve the pain, it requires healing what caused the problem in the first place. Here is where stem cell therapy has proven to be the most efficient and long-term solution to resolve chronic pain associated with injury and trauma.
Stem cell therapy is a totally unparalleled and groundbreaking therapy that supports your body’s own healing process, helping it happen more quickly. By introducing cells that promote healing directly into the injury site, these stem cell injections support the healing process the body is already attempting to accomplish. This type of therapy is particularly effective in modern day society simply because it uses the body’s own healing strategy, but greatly speeds recovery times—and along with it, helps resolve the associated pain.
Dr. Goddard explains Stem Cell therapy
Although Stem Cell therapy alone is a very powerful and advanced treatment, there are complementary treatments available to further speed and maximize the healing process. PEMF, or Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy, is a completely non-invasive treatment, using a pulsed electromagnetic field to help promote healing alongside Stem Cell Injections. BioPhoton treatments can also support the already very effective capability of Stem Cell Therapy, by employing powerful light waves to help promote healing within the tissues. It can be particularly appropriate for instances that involve soft tissue injuries, inflammation management, wound healing, and also for chronic conditions such as arthritis. Its goal is to increase blood circulation, again supporting the body’s own healing mechanism, and eventually eliminating pain—without drugs.
A glance into just one of may supportive healing treatments at the Osteopathic center
Even though there’s a variety of quick-fix options available to mask or relieve the pain we experience, it’s of utmost importance to determine why this signal exists. To live a productive, healthy life, the best course of action is to find a way to support our body’s natural healing mechanisms. Luckily, technology has provided us with these new and effective techniques to aid in our healing processes. Listen to your body’s signal, and help it heal—don’t just ignore its message!