Chronic Pain Management
Chronic pain is a widespread issue that affects millions of individuals worldwide. NDs take a multifaceted approach to pain management, using techniques such as acupuncture, chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy, and herbal remedies to alleviate pain and improve overall well-being. They also emphasize lifestyle modifications, including nutrition, exercise, and stress management, as crucial components of chronic pain management.
At AIM, treating the root cause of your chronic pain is a holistic process that begins with an initial visit, assessment, and intake. Your AIM physician will create a plan that may make use of a number of different modalities to treat your pain. We can also help you, as we help many patients, treat their pain naturally to reduce or eliminate the use of pharmaceutical meds.
We have access to a number of alternative therapies, including IV and Injections. Acupuncture can be an option, and is especially great with pain from migraines. In most cases, a variety of treatments could be recommended. If you are ready to be free of the burden of chronic pain, we’re here to help guide you through that process.
Body, Muscle, and Joint Pain
From physical rehabilitation and body work, to muscle and joint injections, there are a number of non-pharmaceutical, and non surgical, interventions that have the potential to reduce and relieve pain. We use treatments that range from Acupuncture, to Prolozone and PRP injections, and more. Book a consult with Dr. Greg to learn more.
Digestive and Abdominal Pain
Our providers can help to diagnose and treat your digestive pain or disorders that lead to that pain. Digestive Issues can be complex, and we have providers with special knowledge in this area. IV Therapy and other treatments may also be employed as part of the care plan. Likely the solution will be a multi-faceted plan tailored to your specific needs.
Pain from Chronic Conditions such as Lyme Disease, Ehlers Danlos, EBV/Mono, and more.
We can design protocols with IV and Ozone therapy, among other tools, that can help people manage their chronic pain naturally. Your physician will discuss all the potential options with you at your visit. Dr. Kimball specializes in pain from mobility disorders, and we are excellent with Lyme Disease and Fibromyalgia. Bottom line: we can manage your chronic pain and get you back to living your life.
Auto Immune Diseases
Autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and lupus, occur when the immune system mistakenly attacks the body’s own tissues. NDs employ a combination of approaches, including diet, supplements, and lifestyle changes, to help modulate the immune system and reduce inflammation, providing relief to patients.
Migraines and Headaches
We use a holistic approach to migraines that could include diet and lifestyle changes, IV Therapy, Injections, and Acupuncture. Don’t suffer in silence. Take action to help your chronic migraines or headaches.
Hyper Mobility Disorders
Hypermobile Joint Disorders, including Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), are a group of connective tissue disorders that affect the body’s ability to produce collagen, a crucial protein that provides strength and support to various structures, including joints, skin, and blood vessels. These disorders are characterized by excessive joint mobility or hypermobility, which can lead to a range of symptoms and complications. EDS is one of the most well-known hypermobility disorders, with several distinct subtypes.
Why Seek Consistent Treatment for Hyper Mobility Disorders?
Consistent and comprehensive treatment is essential for individuals with hypermobility disorders like EDS due to the potential for various health challenges associated with these conditions. Here are several reasons why it is crucial to seek ongoing care and management:
Pain Management: Hypermobility disorders can cause chronic joint pain and muscle stiffness due to the instability of hypermobile joints. Consistent treatment can help address pain through a combination of physical therapy, gentle strengthening exercises, and pain management strategies tailored to the individual’s needs.
Preventing Joint Damage: Frequent joint dislocations or subluxations are common in individuals with hypermobility disorders. Without proper management, these recurrent joint issues can lead to progressive joint damage, arthritis, and reduced mobility. Regular monitoring and interventions can help prevent or minimize joint damage.
Psychological Well-being: Living with a chronic condition can be emotionally challenging. Consistent care can address mental health aspects, including anxiety and depression, which are common in individuals with hypermobility disorders.