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Pain Tip Tuesday – Empowerment of the patient

Posted at 3:49 PM, Nov 17, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-17 15:49:59-05

Dr. Christian Milioto, from the WNY Pain Reliefand Integrative Wellness Center talks about empowerment of the patient. What does that mean? He says many of us have many different medical conditions that we manage daily. We have acute and chronic pain. We have problems with our necks, backs, joints and more advanced medical conditions like stenosis, sciatica, disk bulges and herniations. Some of us have even gotten to the point where we have burning, numbness, tingling, and progressing symptoms of neuropathy. Neuropathy can be diabetic in nature; from chemo or radiation therapy or coming from spinal conditions. Sometimes you may even be told by doctors, they are not sure why you have it. He says we go to specialists, try pain medications; drugs that mask symptoms but don’t fix the problem. Dr. Milioto says he believes in helping patients avoid drugs that hide problems and cause health problems but with that comes education. The doctor treating the patient is passive care, you coming to the doctor but active care is when the patient learns what is wrong with their bodies, how the doctor can get you better and how you can prevent this from happening again.

Dr. Milioto would like to invite you to his seminar on ways to treat your symptoms and eliminate them without the use of drugs and surgery. Learn about the drugs we put into our bodies.

Calll WNY Pain Relief at 716-650-PAIN (7246) to reserve your seminar reservation and learn how you can finally achieve your natural solution to pain relief.

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