Have You Had Enough of Your Neck Pain, Back Pain, or Chronic Aches & Pains?
You Don’t Need to Live With the Pain Any Longer.
No More Band-Aid Treatments – We Can Help Resolve the Underlying Cause
Chronic muscle, joint, & body pain can cause you to miss out on the things you love to do.
If you are tried of popping pain medications or getting cortisone injections which don’t fix the problem – or have simply had enough of living with the pain day-to-day…
You are in the right place.
Our Natruopathic Doctors are trained to uncover where your pain is coming from using advanced testing and physical exams. Whether its arthritis, an autoimmune condition, an over-use injury, or chronic muscle tension due to stress – our doctors can help.
Every person is different, which means there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to pain management. The Naturopathic Doctors use therapies such as acupuncture, targeted supplements, and regenerative joint injections to stop the pain in its tracks, and promote healing.
Schedule your free 15 minute consultation to get started.
We Treat the Cause of Your Chronic Pain
Once the doctor identify the factors contributing to your chronic pain, they create a customized treatment plan, including safe, effective, and natural therapies that address the underlying cause.
The most common conventional treatments for chronic pain are pain-killers, anti-inflammatory medications or injections, or opiates. Also, in some cases, specific exercises and physical therapy are part of treatment. However, these medications are only partly effective and come with a host of side effects. For instance, anti-inflammatory injections (cortisone injections) may help to manage pain short term, but they never fix the problem. What’s more, these injections cause the breakdown of joints and ligaments. As a result, this can create more damage long-term. In short, the majority of conventional treatments for chronic pain focus on symptom management, not the resolution of symptoms.
At Onyx Integrative, our Naturopathic Doctors begin by performing an in-depth assessment to determine the root cause of your chronic pain. This includes a detailed history of your health, current symptoms, medications, and any other relevant details. Next, our doctors perform a physical exam to assess your areas of pain. During the physical exam, the doctors are looking for changes in muscle tone and strength, nerve activation, joint functionality, and trigger points. After this, the doctors will decide if imaging and laboratory work is necessary.