Treatment for those with Chronic Pain
Common sources of chronic pain include injuries, headaches, backaches, joint pains due to an arthritis condition, sinus pain, tendinitis, or overuse injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Chronic pain is also a feature of many types of advanced cancers. A number of symptoms can accompany chronic pain and can even arise as a direct result of the pain. These can include insomnia or poor quality sleep, irritability, depression and mood changes, anxiety, fatigue, and loss of interest in daily activities. Pain can trigger muscle spasms that can lead to soreness or stiffness.
The founder of Allay, Dr. Dan Cartledge, has very specific knowledge and experience in dealing with pain. Dr. Cartledge and our medical team specifically design pain treatments for each patient. Allay uses ketamine infusion therapy in an advanced way, and by doing so we can provide improved benefit for chronic pain sufferers (including nerve pain and inflammatory pain). Our team has studied many literature publications to find the very best options for each patient. The results we have obtained from the use of low-dose ketamine followed by counseling and massage therapy have been beyond positive.
Clients are stating that they are seeing an improvement in sleeping better, showing an increase in their activities, and improving their emotions and mood toward life. The quality of our clients’ has drastically improved, and we couldn’t be happier. In short, our patients haven’t just benefitted from our treatment plans; our patients have taken back control of their lives.
Pain affects more people in the U.S. than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. 126 million, or 55% of all adults, experienced pain in the previous three months. 4 million U.S. adults report “a lot of pain.” 3 million U.S. adults suffer from daily pain.
“If we can make the correct diagnosis, the healing can begin.”
— ANDREW WEIL