Is pain ruling your life? Here’s how osteopathic medicine could help you regain control.
Around 50 million US adults deal with chronic pain. If you are part of this population, know that there are ways to help you lead a pain-free life that does not include having to avoid doing activities you love. Our Ft. Lauderdale, FL, osteopathic physician Dr. Darin Bush takes a drug and surgery-free approach to helping people of all ages manage their chronic pain.
We understand how much pain can rob people of joy, especially when they can no longer do the things they once loved. Perhaps you aren’t as active as you once were. Maybe you avoid social interactions because just the thought of getting ready and leaving the house sounds exhausting (or even painful).
No matter what chronic condition you are dealing with—from fibromyalgia and migraines to osteoarthritis and back pain—our osteopathic team can provide you with a comprehensive, long-term and holistic approach to healing the body to reduce and even alleviate pain and discomfort.
Dr. Bush is both a certified osteopathic doctor and an interventional pain doctor here in Ft. Lauderdale. This means that he and his team can offer a wide range of services and treatment options customized to your needs. We get to fully understand your health, your concerns and your needs, and from that, we craft a detailed treatment plan focused on your goals for treatment.
Common types of chronic pain conditions that we can manage successfully through osteopathic medicine include,
- Migraines and headaches
- Herniated disc
- Joint pain
- Knee, ankle, shoulder pain
- Chronic pain related to Fibromyalgia
- Diabetic neuropathy
We offer a variety of non-surgical orthopedic interventions that include,
- Physical therapy and rehabilitation
- Osteopathic manipulative therapy (e.g. trigger point; soft tissue; myofascial release)
- Joint injections
- Platelet-rich plasma therapy (to promote healing of damaged tissue)
- Botox injections (FDA approved for headaches and frequent migraines)
- Prolotherapy (targets damaged or injured soft tissue to promote faster healing)
If you would like to sit down with our doctor to discuss how osteopathic medicine can improve your health and help you better manage your chronic pain, then call Mobility Spine and Sports at (954) 414-7080.