Manage chronic pain through more natural treatment options.
Are you living with chronic or persistent pain? Whether you are dealing with arthritis or migraines, most Americans these days are in pain. In fact, a report by the National Center for Health Statistics found that nearly 60 percent of all American adults are living with pain. If you are looking for more natural solutions to ease pain and discomfort, our Winter Park, FL, physician Dr. Enrique Umpierre-Schuck and the team at Central Florida Pain & Rehab Clinic can talk with you about supplementation and natural pain relievers that might be able to provide relief.
Many individuals are in pain because they are dealing with widespread inflammation in the body, so by targeting and reducing inflammation we can often see an improvement in pain. There are certain supplements that can reduce inflammation. These supplements include fish oil (due to omega-3 fat) and turmeric. Of course, not all supplements are created equally. If you are interested in using fish oil, it’s important that you find a high-quality supplement. Talk with our Winter Park, FL, physician to determine the best fish oil brands.
Try CBD Oil
CBD or cannabidiol, which is derived from the hemp plant, has been gaining a lot of popularity over the last few years as a way to reduce inflammation and manage pain. Some studies have even found that CBD oil can help alleviate arthritis pain and inflammation. Furthermore, athletes often use CBD oil to reduce inflammation, alleviate aches and pains naturally and even improve their sleep. If you haven’t tried CBD before but you’re interested in its pain-relieving effects speak with our doctor today to find out if CBD oil is right for you.
Did you know that many of us are low in magnesium? This vital mineral is crucial for bone, joint, and muscle health, it also aids in quality sleep. So, if you find yourself dealing with aches and pains a lot and you find that your sleep quality isn’t great, you should speak with our Winter Park, FL, doctor to check your magnesium levels. A magnesium deficiency can weaken bones, cause muscle twitches and spasms, lead to bad headaches, and even exacerbate anxiety. Shockingly enough, studies have found that nearly three-fourths of Americans don’t meet the recommended dietary needs for magnesium. There are many forms of magnesium on the market these days and it’s important to speak with your doctor to find the right one for you.
Everyone’s pain is different and it’s important to find a doctor who understands that personalized medicine is key to determining the cause and treatment options for your pain. If you would like to discuss natural supplementation to combat your pain, call Central Florida Pain & Rehab Clinic at (407) 673-9533 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Umpierre-Schuck.