Chronic pain and nerve pain treatments in Cherry Creek, Denver
Axon Integrative Health in Denver offers a comprehensive approach to pain management using Class 4 laser therapy, shockwave therapy, neuromodulation, and electric stimulation.
Class 4 laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses high-powered cold lasers to penetrate deep into tissues and stimulate healing. This therapy has been shown to reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and promote tissue repair.
Shockwave therapy uses high-intensity sound waves to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. This therapy can be effective in treating chronic pain conditions such as plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, and back pain.
Neuromodulation is a therapy that uses electrical or magnetic stimulation to modify the activity of the nervous system. This therapy can be effective in treating chronic pain, migraines, and other conditions.
Electric stimulation is a therapy that uses electrical currents to stimulate nerves and muscles. This therapy can be effective in treating chronic pain, muscle spasms, and other conditions.
At Axon Integrative Health, a team of experienced healthcare professionals work together to develop personalized treatment plans for each patient. These plans may include one or more of the above therapies, as well as other treatments such as acupuncture, chiropractic care, and corrective exercise / movement patterning.
If you are struggling with acute or chronic pain, or other conditions, Axon Integrative Health may be able to help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our innovative pain management solutions.
Acute pain is a sudden onset of pain and is typically caused by an injury or illness. It is a protective mechanism that signals the body to take action to prevent further harm. Acute pain usually resolves within a few days or weeks and can often be managed with avoiding movements that cause pain. Most medication aim to decrease inflammation, while in fact inflammation is WANTED and even NEEDED to heal up properly- this initiates increased blood flow, nutrients, growth factors, and many others healing factors to the area.
On the other hand, chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts for more than three months or longer than the expected healing time. It is often caused by an ongoing medical condition, mal adaptive changes in the brain, or damage to the nerves. Chronic pain can be more difficult to manage and may require a multidisciplinary approach that involves medications, movement therapy, neurofeedback, neuromodulation, and other interventions. Treatment for chronic pain focuses on managing symptoms, improving function, and enhancing quality of life. It is important to seek medical attention for both acute and chronic pain to properly diagnose and treat the underlying condition.