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At Soft Health and Healing Clinic (SHHC) we encourage our patients to help set the stage for optimal healing of injuries for which they seek care.

  1. Decreased pain
  2. Increased range of motion
  3. Increased quality of life and function

We have found that by combining therapies we are able to reach these goals faster than with single therapies alone. This includes the use of nutraceuticals (nutritional supplements). Nutraceuticals are typically different than pharmaceutical medication in that their intent is to nourish the injured tissue. It maybe necessary in the beginning phases of care to use pharmaceutical medication to help relieve pain. However, long-term use of these medications has side effects that are undesirable, most physicians would agree that taking the lowest dose possible in most situations is desirable.

Nutritional supplements can be very helpful in the 3 phases of care (phase I acute, phase 2 subacute, and wellness). When one is injured they go through these 3 phases of care, which is the road from pain to healing. 3 Phases of Care

Nutritional products help bridge the gap between pain and recovery by supplying specific nutrients to injured tissue, promoting optimal recovery. At SHHC we have partnered with Metagenics, an industry leader in the nutritional field.

For your convenience, we have an online Metagenics store to provide you products which may be shipped directly to your home for your convenience. We are also providing discounts when a minimum purchase order is placed.

We have listed a few common nutritional bundles and information on the products as well a direct link to the online store for your convenience. Please feel free search for any nutritional product within the Metagenics catalog with the following link: Soft Health Metagenics Store

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