Omaha Integrated Health Blog

Omaha Knee Care Clinic FAQ – Dr. Chris Driscol

Knee Pain Care – Frequently Asked Questions Do I need a referral? You are free to just call and make an appointment anytime without a referral. Does insurance cover your treatments? We accept all major insurance as well as Medicare. We also accept Tricare, but only if it is secondary. However, be sure to bring your insurance card with you to your FREE consultation and we will do a complimentary check to see if your specific plan is covered. My doctor said that I’m bone-on-bone. Can you still help me? That depends. There are 2 things to consider: Was the diagnosis was correct? I have lost count on the number of times that we have heard that a patient was bone-on-bone only to find out

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Hyaluronic Acid Knee Injections for Pain Relief

The knee is one of the most commonly injured joints of the body. There are, literally, millions of people who suffer from chronic pain and reduced mobility in their knees, especially in their senior years or after suffering several traumas to the joints. As the years go by and traumas accumulate in the knees, the joints can start to degenerate and develop osteoarthritis. One of the best treatments for this is hyaluronic acid knee injections. What is a Hyaluronic Acid Injection?  Hyaluronic acid knee injections, or HA injections, are rapidly becoming one of the most popular treatments for knee joint pain. They are an extremely safe and effective treatment for chronic knee pain, limited range of motion, and joint degeneration. Why? Because hyaluronic acid

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5 Reasons Why Talking to a Functional Medicine Doctor About Type 2 Diabetes Can Change Your Life!

What do you think of when you hear the words “Type 2 Diabetes”? Do you ever wonder about your chances of living to a ripe old age or even reaching your 90s or 100s? Do you ever think about how you are going to look and feel if you do?! Do you ever think about how healthy you will actually be in your later years? According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), talking to your doctor about diabetes can help you live a longer life. Now, if talking to a regular doctor can help you live a longer life and they only treat the symptoms of diabetes, think of how much more a functional medicine doctor can help you

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