Blog Archive

Why You Shouldn’t Overlook Chiropractic Care for Relieving Pain Oct 4th, 2020

For decades, more traditional forms of chronic pain management included risky medications like prescription opioids. Unfortunately, this limited approach can cause numerous problems.  First, society has seen a significant increase in opioid misuse and addiction. Beyond that, the health care system continues measuring successful pain management on symptoms alone, which...

Neurofeedback Therapy and Its Use in Pain Management Sep 17th, 2020

It’s easy to assume that you have to turn to risky drugs or surgery to get chronic pain symptoms under control. But exciting advancements in the pain management field make it possible to relieve your symptoms in noninvasive ways, like neurofeedback.  At Independent Physical Medicine in Lima, Ohio, our team...

Understanding the Role of Exosomes in Regenerative Medicine Aug 18th, 2020

Regenerative medicine treatments relying on stem cells offer numerous benefits when it comes to managing degenerative conditions and chronic diseases. These treatments work on a cellular level by triggering the natural healing process in your body. But how? One key component involves exosomes, minuscule parts of these cells. These tiny...

Weight Loss IV Therapy: The Secret to Keeping a Slim Figure Jul 1st, 2020

It’s no secret that losing weight is a challenge. But trying to maintain a healthy weight can be even harder. Fortunately, taking a comprehensive approach — including plenty of exercise, a healthy diet, and quality sleep — can provide long-term results, especially if you add weight loss IV therapy. IV...

Speed Up Recovery With Shockwave Therapy Jun 24th, 2020

Shockwave therapy may sound like a treatment of the future, but extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) dates to 1982. Today, we use this innovative technology for musculoskeletal conditions to trigger specific healing responses within your body, including accelerated cell growth and tissue repair.  At Independent Physical Medicine, our team is at...

Biophotonic Therapy: Harnessing the Power of UV Light May 22nd, 2020

Using ultraviolet light as a medical treatment inside your body may sound like science fiction. But ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) — or biophotonic therapy — has been around for more than 75 years. In fact, it had widespread use during the 1940s and ’50s for treating numerous diseases, including arthritis,...

Learn How Our Cutting-Edge Regenerative Therapies Can Alleviate Muscle and Joint Pain Apr 2nd, 2020

If you suffer from chronic pain, you know firsthand that it can impact every aspect of your life, including your relationships. Fortunately, innovative regenerative medicine therapies can help address these issues. The best part? They work by helping to heal your body, instead of simply masking your symptoms like many...

The Difference Between Bone Marrow and Wharton's Jelly Regenerative Medicine Procedures Mar 19th, 2020

Regenerative medicine has the remarkable ability to treat a wide range of challenging conditions without the need for risky surgeries or dangerous prescriptions. While these innovative techniques can help treat conditions ranging from chronic pain and arthritis to blood disorders and cancer, not all regenerative therapies are the same. At...

How does Hormonal Imbalance Cause Weight Gain? Mar 17th, 2020

How Does Hormonal Imbalance Cause Weight Gain?   We often tend to relate our weight with diet and exercise. Isn’t it always that someone or the other suggests a new diet plan or a health drink to lose weight? However, no matter how much we try, we don’t seem to...

Laser Light Therapy: A Drug-Free Solution for Chronic Pain Feb 1st, 2020

Chronic pain is a common problem that affects approximately 100 million men and women. And, for nearly 20 million of them, it impacts their daily life. If you live with chronic pain, we can help.  At Independent Physical Medicine in Lima, Ohio, we offer the most innovative, drug-free solutions available...

How TENS Can Help Relieve Diabetic Neuropathy Pain Jan 13th, 2020

Diabetes affects more than 30 million Americans, and more than half of people with diabetes have neuropathy, or nerve damage. Your nerves play a key role in the way your body functions. They send signals to and from your brain and control sensations, movement, and bodily function.  When nerves get...