If you are saddled with pain, you already know that there aren’t many safe mainstream options to treat and eliminate it.
Over-the-counter (OTC) pain killers come with a laundry list of side effects, and they only give you some temporary relief.
There’s also powerful, prescription opioids which can zap the pain. But they are dangerously addictive.
In other words, high risk, low reward!
But scientists right here in the States say they have a new approach.
It’s a unique implant they claim could one day END your pain and your dependence on pain medications.
It’s exciting news. But does it live up to the hype? And, is it safe?
Today, we’re cutting through the noise and giving you the TRUTH about this latest pain ‘breakthrough.’
New Pain-Relief Implant: What You Need to Know
Researchers and engineers at Northwestern University have developed a dissolvable implant that works by softly wrapping itself around nerves, numbing them with a cooling..
The reason for developing this unique, new tool?
To help stop the ever-growing opioid crisis — and to offer an alternative to prescription drugs.
I won’t dive into the intricate details of the development of this implant and how it works. (Here’s a comprehensive overview of the science behind this implant that you can check out.)
But, here’s my take on this new development… and what it means for you.
ANYTHING that can get folks get off pain meds is a win in my book.
But it doesn’t mean you need to rush to the front of the to have this implant put in your body.
I look forward to seeing more research about how it works and how it can help folks eliminate pain. And while it’s not ready to go to market (yet), I suspect that this treatment could cost a lot of money.
But the good news is that it’s possible to eliminate your pain… without drugs, or waiting desperately for this implant.
There are plenty of natural supplements that help reduce inflammation (the root of pain). There’s even a pain reliever called Noxicare that is loaded with natural ingredients and herbs like turmeric, willow bark, ginger, and rosemary extract… all of which are great for treating inflammation.
If you’re currently on any kind of medication (OTC or prescription) for pain, be sure to talk to your doctor about these natural alternatives.
StudyFinds. “This pain-relief implant eventually dissolves in the body, eliminating need for meds.” 6/30/22. https://www.studyfinds.org/pain-relief-implant-northwestern-university/