Natural Pain Relief Clinic Serving Northwestern Georgia
Natural pain relief, meaning without the use of potentially dangerous drugs, is achievable. Our medical clinic provides several options to help you experience pain relief without the risk of opioid use or addiction.
Why you Should Avoid Painkillers for Pain Relief
The first and most obvious answer is that many painkillers are known to be addictive. Far too many people right here in northwestern Georgia die as a result of the use of painkillers and it has reached epidemic proportions across our State.
In Georgia, we saw an increase in deaths of 16% from 2016 to 2017 – 1475 people died from overdose in our State in 2017 according to the Center for Disease Control. The national average was a 14% increase. This is not an area in which we want to outpace the nation. Its sad that many of these deaths occurred because a patient was first given a prescription for painkillers by a well-meaning doctor.
Taking advantage of natural pain relief methods should be a priority for all of us not only in the State of Georgia, but the entire country.
Another reason painkillers are a bad idea is that they may make you feel little or no pain giving you a false sense of wellness. The body uses pain to tell you that something is wrong. Covering that pain will enable you to use the damaged area of your body as if nothing were wrong. We, the people of the northwestern Georgia, love our outdoor activities and if we simply mask the pain and continue hiking, rock climbing, playing golf, tennis or whatever else we do, we will most likely increase the degree of injury making recovery much more difficult. Many surgeries each year could be avoided if the injured person had chosen healing over painkillers.
Finally, we recommend natural pain relief treatments over drugs and surgery because the use of drugs can damage your organs and therefore shorten your life. Did you know most joint surgeries need to repeated? And, a surprising amount of people die during, or as a result of, surgery. 1.8% of all people that receive non-cardiac surgery die as a result of the surgery. Is it worth the risk to take painkillers or undergo surgery when there is a safer pain relief alternative?
Exosome Therapy for Natural Pain Relief
Exosome therapy can help your body actually heal the root cause of your pain rather than mask the symptoms with pain killers. We have found exosomes to be more effective than tissue simply containing stem cells because it is comprised of numerous highly effective growth factors that help your body heal itself.
These tissues are all natural and very safe to use. They are harvested immediately upon scheduled cesarean birth. The mothers and babies are well cared for throughout the pregnancy and neither experiences any pain or discomfort during the process. This tissue, if not harvested for pain relief and healing, would be discarded.
Why Are Exosomes A Good Choice For Pain Relief?
When exosomes enter the damaged area of your body, they begin the process of rebuilding, rejuvenating and repairing damaged tissue, bones, cartilage etc.
Exosome therapy is superior for the treatment of:
- Tendon and ligament tears
- Tennis elbow
- Golf elbow
- Bone spurs
- Plantar fasciitis
- Muscular tears
- Rotator cuff injuries and partial tears
- Shoulder pain
- Knee pain from patella tendon tears, MCL and ACL tears
- Ankle injuries
- Pinched nerves
Exosomes are used in cases where your own stem cells may not be as effective like:
- Pain relief for chronic pain
- Speeding recovery periods after spinal surgery
- Injury recovery
- Wound healing
How To Manage Pain Without Drugs
Pain relief can be achieved by utilizing exosome therapy treatments. The pain relief occurs as a product of the body healing the injury or damage. The secret to effective drug free pain relief is to handle the source of the pain rather than cover the symptoms up with pain killers.
If you live in northwestern Georgia, come in to see us and let’s explore whether there’s a better pain relief system for you to help you feel better and live pain free.