Chronic Pain/Inflammation Relief in Gilbert and Scottsdale, AZ

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What is Chronic Pain/Inflammation?

The most common sources of chronic pain we treat are joint pain (knees/back/shoulder/etc.) whether from recent or previous injuries or arthritis. Also, nerve pain (neuropathy) benefits tremendously from the application of Photobiomodulation and PEMF. Relief from chronic pain is usually a simple but consistent process, since the pain is a typically a symptom of high systemic inflammation. Chronically high levels of inflammation contribute to a wide range of diseases and conditions. In short, whether it’s chronic pain (consistent for 6+ months) or acute pain (inconsistent for less than 6 months), you can rely on these technologies to provide the greatest relief. This is the world’s ultimate solution for any pain described as shooting, burning, aching, shocking, soreness, tightness, stiffness or needles. It’s time to schedule your first pain relief session as soon as possible! If you wait too long you may notice other problems associated with pain and inflammation, including:

  • Fatigue
  • Sleeplessness
  • Withdrawal from activity and an increased need to rest
  • Weakened immune system
  • Changes in mood, such as hopelessness, fear, depression, irritability, anxiety, and stress

At Universal Healing and Wellness, we combat pain with localized or whole-body photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT), a low-level laser therapy that uses visible, near-infrared light to reduce pain and inflammation and encourage tissue repair. Schedule a consultation at our office in Gilbert or Scottsdale, AZ to develop a treatment plan for chronic pain or inflammation relief.

Finding effective treatment for chronic pain and inflammation in Gilbert and Scottsdale, AZ can significantly improve one's quality of life. By managing and alleviating these conditions, individuals experience some of the following benefits:

  • Reduced discomfort and suffering, leading to enhanced physical and emotional well-being
  • Increased mobility and flexibility, allowing for greater participation in daily activities
  • Improved sleep patterns, leading to better rest and overall health
  • Decreased reliance on pain medications, reducing potential side effects and dependencies
  • Enhanced mental health and reduced stress levels
  • Higher productivity and engagement in both work and social life
  • Potential long-term health benefits by addressing underlying causes of inflammation

How is Chronic Pain/Inflammation Treated?

Pain and inflammation medicines only mask the symptoms. Some medications may not work and generate serious side effects for those afflicted with pain. To improve healing and reduce inflammation and pain for our patients at Universal Healing and Wellness, we may introduce photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) using either localized low-level laser therapy for specific areas of the body or a whole-body light pod (a full-size light bed that fits NBA players) to address different areas of the body simultaneously. The powerful lasers bring immediate relief, usually in one minute. The laser, administered at a high or low power density, reacts with cells to become biochemical energy that promotes the natural healing of wounds, deep tissues, and nerves while preventing cell death and tissue damage.

This low-level laser therapy treats musculoskeletal, neck, back, and extremity pain, reducing inflammation and muscle spasms and accelerating recovery. Scientific research shows that light energy stimulates the regeneration of bone, blood vessels, cartilage, nerves, muscles, and more.

An amazing blend of technologies to increase circulation and oxygen in the body. Helped me immediately with shoulder, neck, and arm pain. Great people.

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Constant pain can affect levels of anxiety, depression, and more, impacting mental and emotional health. If you've been dealing with persistent pain and inflammation that gets in the way of your quality of life, Universal Healing and Wellness can help ease your pain. Schedule a consultation at our office in Gilbert or Scottsdale, AZ to treat your pain today.

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What are some signs of inflammation?

There are a few signs of inflammation, including:

  • Persistent pain
  • Limited mobility
  • Digestive concerns
  • Recurrent illness
  • Fatigue
  • Weight fluctuations
When should I seek treatment for chronic pain and inflammation?

When chronic pain and inflammation start to impact your everyday life and overall health, it could be time to look for medical attention. The goal with chronic pain and inflammation treatment is to allow you to live you life comfortably again.

How does photobiomodulation therapy work?

Photobiomodulation therapy works by aiding in tissue repair and altering the molecular, cellular, and tissue levels of the body. This allows for accelerated healing and tissue regeneration. Additionally, you can expect increased circulation, pain relief, and reduced inflammation.

Can pain be caused by inflammation?

Yes, it can. The sensation of pain is unique to each person experiencing it, but inflammation can cause pain. This is due to the fact that swelling can produce pressure on nerve endings that leads to pain and discomfort. Often the pain will present as a stiffness, dull throbbing, or pulsating sensation. Inflammation can be caused by a wide variety of health issues, from injuries and trauma to disease and allergies. Chronic inflammation can also cause fatigue, and fever, along with joint and muscle pain.

Does chronic pain affect mental and emotional health?

Yes, it can. Constant pain can affect levels of anxiety, depression, anger, and more. Not being able to engage in normal activities or not being able to sleep because of pain can also impact mental and emotional health.

Are there different types of chronic pain?

Yes, chronic pain can present in a variety of different ways in different areas of the body and often includes:

  • Migraines and headaches
  • Lower back pain
  • Nerve damage pain
  • Joint pain (arthritis)
  • Location-specific pain caused by injury
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