Be Well: How One Twin Cities Clinic is Trying to Crack the Code of Complex Pain
When it comes to physical pain or problem spots, there are times when people just need more. That might mean more attention from a comprehensive team of specialists, or a deeper dive into the issues with advanced technology. Working in concert, these teams and technologies often zero in on the root causes of a condition and start patients on the road to recovery.
Many health care providers are banding together to create holistic clinics. Then they can easily team up on patients’ concerns in an efficient and multi-disciplinary way. Such clinics aim to help people with chronic or complicated problems that linger longer than normal, says Greg DeNunzio, MS, DC, a chiropractor and clinical coordinator of the Sweere Center for Clinical Biomechanics and Applied Ergonomics at Northwestern Health Sciences University.
The Sweere Clinic is an integrative health center that sees people with a variety of concerns. They might have headaches, concussions, back and neck pain, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, balance issues, numbness, anxiety, depression, and hormonal or metabolic issues.
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