New Life Medical Group continues to be the leading regenerative medical provider in Tennessee focusing on not combing cutting edge technology with proven effective treatments such as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. Also known as HBOT, this treatment has been proven to be effective in treating traumatic brain trauma. The TreatNOW Coalition continues to endorse and utilize this treatment to encourage healing our veterans from these invisible wounds they may incur during deployment. Explosives and artillery alone can cause sonic sound waves of such a magnitude that internal damage happens to your brain.
Find out more about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and the TreatNOW Coalition and know that there is support for military veterans in the medical field who want to continue to provide this treatment to veterans.
Check out the TreatNOW Coalition recent news article HERE and learn more about them to support the treatment of our military veterans HERE
- Washington Post – https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/focus-on-healing-the-brain-damage/2018/06/27/5ce62f78-78b2-11e8-ac4e-421ef7165923_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.29f9283ecdbd
- TreatNow Coalition – http://treatnow.org
- New Life Medical Group – http://www.newlifemedicalgroup.com/
As we age, there is potential for our body’s hormone levels to become imbalanced. There are many and seemingly unconnected symptoms of hormone imbalance. Here is a rather comprehensive list of some of the symptoms associated with a hormone imbalance:
- Difficulty sleeping
- Lack of energy and fatigue during the day
- Reduced mental focus and memory
- Depression, anxiety
- Weight gain
- Muscle/joint pain
- Decreased muscle strength
- Reduced sexual desire and performance
Men and women can be equally affected by hormone imbalance, though there are some different symptoms. None of these symptoms are enjoyable, and many of us face several of these symptoms at the same time. Do not let yourself suffer through these symptoms. You need to take the first step by acknowledging that it has become an issue in your daily life. There is help for you once you do that.
What Comes Next?
The next step is to get a blood test. From there, New Life Medical Group can help you get back on track with Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) if your results show a hormone imbalance. We use an innovative procedure called BioTE® Pellet Therapy. The pellets, derived from natural plant sources, get implanted underneath the skin. Estrogen is implanted for women and testosterone for men. This therapy keeps the hormones balanced throughout the day, reducing the problems encountered in other treatments for this condition, such as topical or orally administered hormones. Because BioTE® Pellet Therapy uses natural plant sources, studies have shown fewer side effects than a synthetic counterpart. There is some recovery time; usually, a few days (men longer than women). Patients may observe minor bruising or skin discoloration. There are also specific restrictions, based on strenuous exercise, baths, swimming and hot tubs for the first few days after the injections.
None of the symptoms related to hormonal imbalance are things we should simply live with. They ruin our quality of life. For that reason alone, we encourage you to reach out to us for a consult. Getting your life back on a healthy track will be one of the best things you could do for yourself.
The opioid epidemic in America is at an all-time high. Overdoses in this country are not only attributed to recreational use. Patients prescribed these drugs after surgery are at high risk of addiction to opioids. Alas, joint pain, chronic back pain, sports injuries, arthritis, and operations are inevitable for many of us. The body isn’t perfect.
Who Are We?
The medical team here at New Life Medical Group would love to share some ways you can treat your pain without the use of opioids. We are an innovative pain management facility right here in Middle Tennessee offering advanced therapies for many different ailments.
My Own Body Can Help Me Recover?
The process of regenerative medicine may sound a bit complicated; but no science degree is necessary. We’ll do all the hard stuff! Through the use of therapies such as stem cell and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), we help regenerate your own body’s tissue to help heal injury and disease. Stem cells are the cells from which all other cells in your body derive. This gives them the potential to grow into many different cells in the body. Our treatments are specific to the area which needs help in re-growing new tissue.
Stem Cell Therapy comes in an injection form to help heal ligaments, tissue, tendons, cartilage, and bones. These treatments are long-lasting pain relievers. This helps decrease downtime, and helps to avoid painful rehab periods post-surgery!
We perform Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy in the same manner. It uses plasma which is rich in growth and healing factors. In short: Plasma is very good for you!
HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) It may sound sci-fi, but this procedure has been used worldwide for almost 100 years! You lie in a chamber, increasing your blood oxygen levels. This boost promotes healing, fights off infection, and reduces swelling. Sessions usually last 1.5-2 hours.
So, I Can Live a Pain-Free Life Without Opioid Worries?
Yes! New Life Medical Group would love to help you get your life back in the safest, most natural way.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic and unpredictable disease affecting the central nervous system. It’s a condition that causes the body’s own immune system to mistakenly attack its own healthy cells as if they were an infection. In the case of MS, the immune system specifically attacks the myelin sheath – a protective covering for nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. This ultimately interrupts signals that are sent throughout the nervous system, the brain, and the body, causing a number of bodily “malfunctions.”
If you’ve just been diagnosed, it may be a time of confusion, anxiety, and frustration, but this does not make it the end. We offer treatment for MS to help you manage and control the disease. But before we delve into how we can help, it would be best to know more about the condition itself.
To begin, there are four types of MS: Relapsing-Remitting MS, Secondary-Progressive MS, Primary-Progressive MS, and Progressive-Relapsing MS.
Around 85% of people who receive an MS diagnosis are diagnosed with RRMS, making it the most common form of MS. RRMS causes temporary periods of disability, which are often referred to as exacerbations.
Most people initially diagnosed with RRMS will eventually transition to SPMS. Here, symptoms begin to worsen steadily over time. The patient may or may not experience an exacerbation in order for this to occur.
With only about 10% of people with MS suffering from PPMS, this is not very common. It is characterized by progressively worsening symptoms from the onset of the disease, with no relapses or remissions occurring.
This is a very rare form of MS. It involves acute relapses with no remissions and is a steadily worsening disease from the beginning. Relapses may or may not end in recovery.
Once a person has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, they will likely begin to research their available treatment options. Along with treating the MS itself, new patients should also look more into how to cope with the life changes that MS usually causes. This is why it’s important to find a specialist that has extensive experience in diagnosing, treating, and studying the condition. You want a physician who will not only understand the disease inside and out but also be able to help you manage the disease from a well-rounded perspective.
Current Medications for MS
There are currently three types of medications available for people suffering from MS. The first option is daily oral pills that are relatively new to the market. These can cause side effects that are more severe than some of the other treatments, but they are also more effective.
Patients can also choose to do self-injections at home. These come in several forms ranging from daily injections to weekly injections. The side effects of these injections are mostly minimal, however, some may not want to give themselves such frequent injections. These injections are also less effective than other treatments.
The third option is a monthly infusion in the hospital. While this comes about mid-range regarding its effectiveness, it is easy to just focus on once and month and then not have to worry about it. The side effects of this drug are minimal, however, it comes along with great risks for people who have been exposed to the JC virus, so patients must be tested for this virus prior to receiving treatment.
Stem Cell Therapy for MS
New research and progress have been made regarding the potential of stem cells and how they can help slow the progress of MS activity and repair damage that has been done to the nervous system. Stem cell therapy refers to treatment that utilizes stem cells to rebuild and regenerate damaged tissue at a site of damage or injury. When speaking of MS, the goal is for the stem cells to help regrow healthy cells in place of that damage done to the myelin sheath.
Unlike medication, self-injections, and monthly infusions, stem cell therapy is typically administered only in a few treatments for MS. This is a minimally-invasive procedure with little to no recovery time. There is also essentially no risk of infection or rejection, as the biologics are harvested from the patient’s body and minimally altered for treatment.
We specialize in regenerative medicine that has proven to be beneficial to patients both young and old. Contact us today to set up an appointment. 1-888-885-HEAL/4325 (toll-free).