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Foods to Slow the Effects of Aging

Everyone is trying to reverse the effects of aging on their skin to look and feel younger. Until someone has figured out time travel, there’s no escaping the reality that we will continue to age.

Oct 24th, 2018
Nutrition Tips for a Longer Life

It’s never too late to try and slow down or even reverse the effects of aging on your body, both aesthetically and internally. One of the best ways is by watching what you eat. Here are some nutrition tips to keep your body young and healthy!

Oct 10th, 2018
Conditions That Can Be Treated with Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine involves using your own body’s tissue to help heal disease and injury. Williamson County Integrative Medicine specializes in helping patients regain their quality of life with regenerative cell therapy.

Oct 3rd, 2018
What Is Whiplash?

If you’ve ever been in a vehicle accident or talked to people who have, you may have heard the term whiplash. This is a common injury in car accidents, but there can be some misconceptions surrounding it.

Sep 25th, 2018
Headaches: How Pain Can Trigger Headaches As Well

If you’re a sufferer of pain in your joints or muscles, you may also be experiencing headaches. You may pass that off as unrelated, thinking that it’s to do with your stress, your job, or something else.

Sep 18th, 2018
What to Do Before Seeing a Doctor for Hip Pain

If you are feeling pain in your hip, a doctor’s visit is likely a good idea. But while it’s always encouraged to seek professional medical help for serious pain, there are still things you can do at home to identify and relieve pain.

Sep 11th, 2018
What Is a Herniated Disc?

If you’re experiencing pain, numbness, or weakness in your thighs or shoulder, it could be from a herniated disc. This is a spinal problem whose symptoms vary with each patient but without proper management and examination.

Sep 4th, 2018
How Stem Cell Therapy Can Help You Manage Pain

When you’re suffering from pain or injury, there are many ways to begin your relief and recovery process. The most common procedures are often surgery, pain medication, or even a combination of both.

Aug 28th, 2018
How Regular Exercise Can Help Knee Pain

It may not make much sense at first that exercising the knee can help relieve the symptoms of knee pain, but this is backed by science and anecdotal evidence.

Aug 24th, 2018
5 Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy uses a patient’s own stem cells to help repair damaged tissues and repair injuries. This therapy is a part of the regenerative medicine field that is rapidly growing. 

Aug 21st, 2018
Come to Our Free Stem Cell Seminar!

At Williamson County Integrative Medicine, learn about how stem cell therapy can help you achieve your wellness goals and regain your quality of life without the need for surgery.

Aug 14th, 2018
Therapies for Foot and Ankle Pain

It’s no fun to experience pain at any time, but it’s especially no walk in the park to experience foot or ankle pain – literally. Our feet are what we use daily to get around.

May 11th, 2018
Pain Medication vs Other Options

If you’re in pain, one of your immediate reactions may be to visit a doctor to get a prescription for painkillers, or perhaps even to self-medicate with over-the-counter pain medication.

May 4th, 2018
Best Ways to Keep Your Back Strong

Your back is one of the most important parts of your body. Without a healthy back, you would have poor posture, weak muscles, and poor joints, which could potentially set you up for serious pain and permanent damage in the long run.

Apr 27th, 2018
Stress Reduction: The Effect on Overall Health

Stress is a normal part of life. Stress allows us to respond to different situations and pull through them.  Unfortunately for many of us, we experience stress at abnormally high levels on a weekly basis.

Apr 13th, 2018
When Is Surgery the Best Option?

Doctors and surgeons will often choose to implement surgical procedures based on what’s been done the most in the past.

Apr 6th, 2018
Do Muscles Store Stress?

Do our muscles store up stress?  The short answer is“Yes.” Most of us have heard by now that chronic stress is “the silent killer.”  It affects our immune systems, makes it more difficult to lose weight, and can lead to depression, heart disease and more.

Mar 15th, 2018
Muscle Soreness – What is Actually Happening?

Muscle soreness is quite common.  Most of us have experienced stiffness and soreness the day after an unusual activity.  But what about other days when there doesn’t appear to be a physical reason?

Mar 12th, 2018
Dealing With Ankle or Foot Pain?

Pain occurring in the feet and/or ankles is incredibly common. Whether chronic or acute, at some point or time many do experience it.

Feb 25th, 2018
What is TMJ Pain?

Here at Williamson County Integrative Medicine, we offer many treatment options for TMJ pain that can reduce or completely eliminate your pain. We can deliver a variety of natural or alternative therapies that are optimized for your pain management needs.

Dec 22nd, 2017
What Can I Do About Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow Pain?

When individuals overuse their elbows while playing sports or in everyday activities, it can lead to having intense joint pain. Our pain management experts can give you a proper diagnosis on your condition and recommend a suitable treatment or program.

Dec 22nd, 2017
Latest Research on Cervical Spine Degenerative Disease

At one point in their lives, adults, of any age, have experienced neck pain. Symptoms include soreness and neck stiffness. Neck pain is most commonly associated with cervical spine degenerative disease (CSDD).

Dec 12th, 2017
Living with Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, can occur because of injury, infection, from being overweight or for some it can be heredity.

Dec 12th, 2017
When to Use Cold or Hot Treatment for an Injury

We see plenty of hurting folks in our clinic, so we’re pretty familiar with pain. We know that when you’re in pain – whether from a fresh injury or a long-term issue – you want relief, and you want it quickly.

Jul 31st, 2017
Tips to Avoid Neck Pain from Sleeping

Your neck may be small, but it’s a crucial component of a healthy body and overall wellness. Symptoms of neck pain can include numbness, stabbing or shooting pain, inability to turn one’s head regularly, and migraines or headaches.

Jul 21st, 2017
Understanding Sciatica

Nerve pain has the potential to dramatically reduce your quality of life – leading to depression, sleep disorders, or limited mobility or functionality. Unfortunately, nerve pain is a common condition amongst Americans.

Jul 21st, 2017
Improve Joint Health with These 5 Foods

Keeping your joints in good condition is essential to maintaining your mobility throughout life. While there’s no guarantee that you can avoid certain injuries that may damage your joints, you do have control over the food that you eat.

Jun 30th, 2017
Recently in a Car Wreck? Don’t Wait to See the Doctor

Pain from auto accident injuries often doesn’t appear until hours, days or even weeks afterward. Many people walk away from auto accidents “without a scratch” only to suffer crippling pain, neck strain or headaches much later.

Jun 27th, 2017
5 Major Causes of Neck and Back Pain

Back and neck pain is most common among people between the ages of 18 and 64. Research indicates both conditions are common complaints at doctors’ offices.

Jun 7th, 2017
4 Tips for Knee Pain Relief

Do you spend most of your working hours standing or walking? Maybe you enjoy going on daily jogs or participating in regular sports activities.

May 31st, 2017
Arthritis Is On The Rise. How Can I Prevent Joint Pain?

Arthritis is the inflammation of one or more joints.  This can cause pain, swelling, and tenderness.  About 350 million people worldwide suffer from arthritis.  About 40 million of those people are Americans. 

May 15th, 2017
Tips on Treating Joint Swelling at Home

Swollen joints can be a deal breaker when it comes to having fun. They are painful, uncomfortable and can put a damper on anything from the wildest of dance parties to the simple daily walk up and down the stairs.

May 15th, 2017