Non-Invasive Pain Relief

If you suffer from chronic pain, you know there are a lot of options out there to treat it. One of the least favorite is surgery. In many cases, especially spinal or joint problems, surgery is indicated as the best way to treat pain. The problem is most surgeries require a long and often uncomfortable recovery period and sometimes simply do not work, requiring more surgeries. Traditionally painkillers were the only option but the side effects were often as unbearable as the pain. For those looking for noninvasive pain relief therapy there was chiropractic therapy, acupuncture, physical therapy, and natural remedies. Today’s technology brings yet another treatment using lasers. Laser treatment can ease pain without annoying side effects, surgery, or other hassles.

 

It’s able to uniquely target the problem areas, allowing a deep, penetrating therapy that encourages healing. Spinal decompression, NFATM technology. Electro stimulation and other noninvasive therapies work to bring about pain relief and healthy tissue. Talk to your doctor today and see if one of these therapies might be right for you. They can help you avoid surgery and long recovery times will bringing relief when traditional treatments fail, all without the side effects or risks associated with traditional pain relief treatments.

Natural Remedies for Eye Allergies

Eye allergies affect the majority of Americans and are caused by a wide range of issues. Some deal with seasonal allergies, while others have specific problems with indoor allergens, pets and the like. Talk with a doctor to prevent allergic conjunctivitis in St. Louis. Itchy, red eyes may be common, but if left untreated they can cause bigger issues. There are ways to naturally combat this uncomfortable condition that can protect your eyes throughout the year.

Compress

A compress refers to any moisturized soft surface, pressed to an affected area; for the eyes, this means a cold cloth or teabag. Dip a cloth in icy water for the fastest relief. Steep chamomile or green teabags for the most affective compress; when the bags cool, the herbs can soothe irritated eyes.

Rosewater

Pure rosewater can be found from your local natural store and is the most effective home-remedy for allergy-ridden eyes. Both cooling and soothing, the solution can be used as eye drops throughout the day or as a rinse.

Prevention

Avoid going outside when the pollen counts are high; there are apps for your phone and weather sites that list the levels. Although it can be frustrating to plan your schedule around the weather, it can prevent you from suffering throughout the day with inflamed eyes.