Has chronic pain dramatically inhibited your ability to enjoy life? You are not alone. It’s estimated that 20 million people in the U.S. have some form of peripheral neuropathy which damages nerves in the hands and feet. At Progressive Medical Clinic, it’s our goal to get you back to doing the things you love by providing education on a variety of platforms so you can make informed decisions on how to take action.
Welcome to the Progressive Med Podcast. Each month you’ll hear a new episode and we’ll explore topics in the pain management and health space in turn providing guidance on how you can achieve the life you have dreamed of. The Progressive Med Podcast is a positive, growth minded media outlet geared to create a community that provides support, trust, and encouragement to those dealing with chronic pain in the greater Atlanta area.
Empowering words drive positive action and that will be our focus. We’re here for assistance and will encourage you to take the right action that gets you back to living a pain-free life.
Consistent action drives trust and we provide consistent education on the topics that are important to you. Do you want to know more about Neuropathy, Sciatica, joint pain, headaches and more? You are in the right place. Subscribe to the Progressive Med Podcast and you’ll get information about all of these conditions.
We encourage you to spread the word and share this podcast with your friends and family. If you know of someone suffering from chronic pain, we can help! Head to progressivemedicalclinic.com for more information.
Progressive Med Podcast - Elizabeth Sherman
Do you struggle with getting motivated to make positive changes in your life? Are you stuck in a rut and don’t know how to crawl out of it? Elizabeth Sherman, a life and weight loss coach from Mexico has actionable steps that you can take to become healthier and find fulfillment in your life. She joins Kevin Bennett on episode 4 of the Progressive Med Podcast. Enjoy!
Progressive Med Podcast Episode - Balance
September 19th-25th is balance awareness week. In episode 3 of The Progressive Med Podcast, Kevin Bennett and Dr. Kim discuss actionable steps to prevent falls as we get older.
Simple exercises later in life will improve your ability to balance is crucial. Something as easy as balancing on one foot for 2 minutes is the equivalent of walking a mile and will strengthen those balancing muscles.
We’ll dispel the stigma that comes along with falling later in life and walk you through actions that you can take to ensure you’re safely.
A treatment that we must offer at Progressive Medical Clinic is KoreBalance. We can track and improve your balance with your eyes open and closed challenging that muscle memory.
Learn more about how to improve your balance on episode 3 of The Progressive Med Podcast.
Progressive Med Podcast Episode 2 - Trish Lowrie
You too can get back to living a pain-free life! Trish Lowrie is our guest on episode 2 of the Progressive Med Podcast. Trish-a breast cancer survivor, decided to pursue a career in the medical field while she was going through chemotherapy. Today, she helps many with chronic pain by offering treatment that attacks the root cause as opposed to masking the pain with pharmaceutical drugs. Helping others is a genuine passion for her. You’ll learn more about her amazing journey, find healthy habits to instill in your life, and discover how our treatment at Progressive Medical Clinic can help you. Enjoy!
Progressive Med Podcast Episode 1 - What Is Neuropathy
The vast majority of people have neuropathy, don’t realize they’re suffering from it. They’ve simply accepted the pain as a sign of getting older. A combination of treatment and healthy habits that you instill in your daily routine has proven to calm the symptoms and make life more enjoyable.
What kind of habits do you need to instill? Kevin and Dr. Kim dive into actionable steps you can take with your diet and exercise-ensuring relief in the future.
What are the treatment options? At Progressive Medical Clinic, we use sanexas machines that stimulate the nerves on a cellular level creating feeling in your hands and feet again. Learn more about this treatment in episode 1.
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