Dr. Warner Promotes Yoga in Orthopedics
The History OF Yoga
Yoga has been around for about 5000 years and is one of the most effective ways to treat musculoskeletal pain and problems that I have found to date. There’s an abundant amount of research that makes yoga a valid treatment plan.
It seems odd that a Western medicine physician such as myself would be recommending something that’s a little bit more Eastern, but yoga really works.
In fact, the United States Military has actually instituted a yoga program for its soldiers in order to help with weight loss, improve strength, improve endurance, and improve flexibility.
The National Institutes of Health have commissioned multiple studies that prove how yoga helps in chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, and in multiple musculoskeletal problems such as chronic neck and back pain, or even acute muscle tears, or acute shoulder injuries from sports injuries.
Yoga At Warner Orthopedics & Wellness
Warner Orthopedics & Wellness has partnered with Peyton Fisher Yoga Company to create a variety of medical programs depending on your diagnosis and your abilities to allow each of our patients to use yoga to improve their lives.
You can become stronger, you can become have more endurance, you can sleep better, and you can use fewer pain medications.
With yoga, you can do more just by increasing your flexibility and strength with a time tested method.
Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.
She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.
At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:
- Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
- Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
- Fill the gaps in our daily diets
- Manage pain associated with inflammation