The AIM Blog: Medicine Reimagined

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Cervical Instability: Comprehensive Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment

Cervical instability, a condition characterized by the abnormal movement of the cervical spine, poses significant, far-reaching, and often surprising challenges for those affected. In this guide, we dig into some of the nuances of this complex condition, offering considerations for diagnosis and treatment.

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Sprained Ankle Healing Time: Understanding Different Grades of Sprains

Affecting about 2 million people in the United States each year, ankle sprains are one of the most common musculoskeletal injuries, and many people are left wondering what to expect of their recovery. Depending on the grade of injury, sprained ankle healing time can range anywhere from one week to several months.

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Protecting Your Body from Cold Weather Injuries

Winter is fast-approaching and that means the return of cold weather sports, winter-exclusive activities, and, less exciting, the risk of cold weather injuries. From snowboarding and icy winter jogs to chilly jaunts to the store, cold weather brings its own set of risks—and not just icy fall risks

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Winter’s Grip: Tips to Alleviate Joint Pain in Cold Weather

Do you find yourself bracing for the inevitable discomfort that winter can bring—dreading joint pain in cold weather year after year? The winter months can be harsh on your joints, and while you may not be in a position to remove yourself from the cold entirely, there are steps you can take to reduce your body pain due to cold weather.

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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections for Effectively Treating Hair Loss

Hair loss is an incredibly common issue, affecting millions of adults worldwide. In fact, nearly 50% of women, and up to 80% of caucasian men experience androgenetic alopecia (male or female pattern baldness). While there are numerous treatments available for hair loss, most of them fall short, offering insufficient results, causing undesirable side effects,

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The Science of MSC Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedics
The Science of MSC Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedics

Regenerative medicine has emerged as a transformative field in recent years, driven by a pressing need for innovative healthcare solutions that can address the limitations of conventional treatments. Conventional treatments for orthopedic issues often involve medications, which focus solely on managing symptoms, or surgeries that are invasive, costly, and sometimes high-risk. Recognizing these limitations,

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AIM Welcomes Jessica Caspar, APRN

Jessica Caspar joined us in November of 2022 as an Advanced Practice Nurse and Lead Clinician for AIM Aesthetics. Although she joined us just last year, Jessica has already improved the lives of numerous patients, and she continues to strengthen our team with her expertise and positive personality.

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How and When Regenerative Medicine Can Prevent Orthopedic Surgery

For a long time, conventional orthopedic medicine has been too quick to prioritize surgical treatment—often presenting orthopedic surgery as the only option for patients experiencing chronic and injury-related pain. However, advancements in regenerative medicine are proving that this is not the case, as continuously developing treatments offer

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