We live in the age of computers, laptops, cell phones, iPads and tablets. Who doesn’t use any of these devices on a given day? A better question is how many hours a day does a single individual spend on one of the above devices? 90% of us will answer “a lot of hours” to the […]

Osteopathic treatments are a term that are not well known by the general population. However, they are never forgotten by people who have utilized osteopathic physicians in the care of their musculoskeletal pain. Whether it’s chronic pain or acute pain caused by any incidents such as sports or accidents, osteopathic physicians are well-trained to not […]

What is Regenerative Medicine?

Posted In: Pain Management By Delight Medical

Regenerative medicine stems from the word regeneration. Regeneration and rejuvenation of our body’s anatomy and physiology is something that has been ignored by traditional methods of medicine. Up to this point, medical doctors have been treating patients’ ailments and problems by simply reacting to specific symptoms and having knee-jerk reactions to mask the given problem […]

Back pain can discourage us from staying active, but physical activity is an important part of avoiding pain because it helps us maintain flexibility, strength and endurance. Gentle exercises can help you strengthen your stomach, back and leg muscles to make them less vulnerable to injury and provide better support for your spine. [Read more]

More Weight, More Pain

Posted In: Pain Management By Delight Medical

If you are carrying around excess weight, then you might be more susceptible to chronic pain—particularly in the lower back and knees. However, starting a weight loss plain could actually reduce your pain. As you are searching high and low for a pain management solution, your best bet might be to start considering the benefits of weight management in Beverly Hills. [Read more]

Many people that suffer from chronic back pain are severely limited in their ability to move, which makes exercise an increasingly difficult task. However, many studies have shown that exercise can actually help relieve chronic pain, which makes movement an important part of your treatment plan. [Read more]

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