At the Neil Riordan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we take a different approach to treating pain. Using the philosophy of naturopathic medicine, SCNM practitioners use a whole-body approach to find and treat the cause of your pain. Our practitioners partner with you to fully understand your experience with your pain. They get to know you and your lifestyle, diet, leisure and work activities, stress, and past injuries to fully assess your needs.

Your plan

Every patient has a custom treatment plan designed by a team of clinicians, which may include naturopathic physicians, medical doctors, licensed acupuncturists, massage therapists, cranial sacral therapists and mind-body specialists.

The treatments used at the center will provide relief without the dangerous side effects and long recovery times of narcotics and surgery.  Our practitioners can help with chronic pain like headaches or sports injuries; they can also help with acute pain resulting from a car crash or work-related injury.

What we treat

At the Neil Riordan Center for Regenerative Medicine, practitioners commonly treat patients for the conditions and types of pain listed below.  Additionally, we treat pain associated with skin rashes, ulcers, autoimmune diseases, asthma, diabetes, rib and chest pain, and much more.

Our methods

We utilize natural, non-invasive methods to alleviate pain. Physical treatment approaches include acupuncture, cryotherapy, manipulation, and various injection therapies. In some cases patients may need further treatment beyond these techniques and we can provide that as well. If necessary, prescriptions can be called in to the patient’s pharmacy, and referrals to qualified specialists for surgical intervention can be given.

Stress, emotional trauma, and other psychological disorders can manifest themselves as physical pain. Mind-body techniques, including neurofeedback and counseling, can help patients through these issues and thus relieve the physical pain they may be suffering from. We also coach patients on proper nutrition, both dietary and supplemental, as well as botanical and homeopathic medicines. These lifestyle changes provide a healthy foundation for both the mind and the body to prevent pain from occurring.