EP 49 - Overlooked Pain: Trivial Aches & Pains Could Lead to Serious Problems

Summary: Trivial aches and pains can lead to serious problems.
Air Date: 7/25/18
Duration: 27:11
Host: Dr. Ward Bond
Guest Bio: Christine Horner, MD, FACS
Christine HornerDr. Christine Horner, MD, FACS, is a nationally known surgeon, author and professional speaker and holds two board certifications: the National Board of Surgery and the National Board of Plastic Surgery. Horner was recognized as a leader in her field shortly after starting her plastic and reconstructive surgery practice because she successfully ran a national campaign to pass laws requiring insurance companies to pay for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. Her five-year crusade with the Breast Reconstruction Advocacy Project (BRA Project) led to the passage of an unprecedented federal law that was signed by President Bill Clinton in 1998, requiring insurance companies to pay for this specific surgical procedure. Horner is the award-winning author of, Waking The Warrior Goddess: Dr. Christine Horner's Program to Protect Against and Fight Breast Cancer, (3rd Edition) and Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty (Elgea Publishing, 2016).
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EP 49 - Overlooked Pain: Trivial Aches & Pains Could Lead to Serious Problems
An alarming number of people suffer from pain. Pain is an indicator that something is wrong. How do you know when you need to see a doctor?

Dr. Christine Horner suggests you visit a doctor for chronic or severe pain. Minor, short-lived pain may be treated with home care alone.

Most people overlook a few types of pain. Neck pain can result from hunching to use devices. Gardening may contribute to back pain. Plantar fasciitis or runner’s heel can occur from athletics in non-supportive shoes or lack of stretching.

Dr. Horner recommends natural remedies to improve train. Reducing overall inflammation with the Mediterranean diet can ease your overall pain.Turmeric and ginger have anti-inflammatory properties.

Listen as Dr. Horner joins Dr. Bond to discuss when you should pay attention to aches and pains, and how to reduce overall inflammation.

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