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Drug Rehab Therapy

Substance abuse rehab and drug rehab is considered one of the most important facets of the society’s wellbeing. Many people, who suffer from the addiction of illicit substances, in the city of Los Angeles, check into numerous types of rehab centers and clinics in order to treat, repair and detox their body.

A drug abuser can either select outpatient treatment or inpatient treatment if they want to get admitted to the drug rehab programs. The indoor treatment means they have to get institutionalized to the rehab centre; while outdoor treatment means they can continue their recovery whilst being at home. Since many in LA prefer the outdoor treatment facility, let us check out the whole process of it. So, first, let us take a look at the program’s basic concepts.

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Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy for Golfer’s and Tennis Elbow

The use of amniotic stem cell therapy for golfer’s or tennis elbow has been proven to be effective. Stem cells derived from amniotic fluid are known to be especially versatile and adaptable, as they are able to differentiate into a wide range of cells and have been proven to promote healing.

Because of golfer’s and tennis elbow, in essence, affect the same area of the arm, in the same manner, the process involved in using this type of injection therapy for either is basically the same.

All these epidural injections have shown excellent results in the treatment of nerve root compression with sciatica pain. The top pain management doctors in Los Angeles such as Dr. George Graf at Intelligent Pain Solutions offer all types of epidural injections, along with over twenty-five additional procedures.

Most insurance is accepted, simply call 310-854-0283 today!

Botox Injections for Migraines

Injections of botulinum toxin type A, popularly known as or Botox, is a safe and well-tolerated, option to treat a migraine, a recurring severe vascular headache affecting affect about 10% US adults. Approved by the FDA in 2010, Botox injections decrease frequency, inhibit severity and prevent symptoms of a migraine in patients reducing their acute dependence on medication.

Botox injections contain neurotoxic protein produced by Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium responsible for causing food poisoning. Used in limited quantity, the product has immense medical and cosmetic value. In 2002, the FDA consented use of Botox injections as a cosmetic treatment to rejuvenate the face. In 2010, the regulator approved Botox injections for migraine treatment.