CBD Could Help You Recover from Pelvic Pain

New York's pelvic pain specialist, Dr. Sonia Bahlani, and Dr. Oz discuss the link between CBD and pain
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NEW YORK - Jan. 20, 2020 - PRLog -- New York, NY – Last week, Dr. Sonia Bahlani, a pelvic pain specialist in New York City, sat down with Dr. Oz to discuss the role of CBD in treating chronic pain. An estimated 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, and approximately 15% of women (and 3-6% of men) will experience chronic pelvic pain at some point in their lives. Pain has become an epidemic and traditional medicine isn't giving people the relief they deserve.

"Unfortunately, traditional medicine can often leave those suffering with a great deal of unmet needs and unanswered questions," Dr. Bahlani says. "This requires us, as clinicians, to understand the role of non-conventional methods in patient care."

She says CBD could be the answer for many patients struggling to find relief from pelvic pain.

CBD has rapidly grown in popularity in recent years, with people touting its ability to cure everything from insomnia to epilepsy. But it's more than hype: there's increasing evidence that CBD can treat conditions of all kinds, including chronic pain and inflammation.

Critics warn, however, of the dangers of unregulated CBD products. Since CBD is considered a supplement and not a drug, it isn't subject to the same federal regulations as traditional medications. Doses vary from product to product, which can make it confusing (and potentially harmful) for people to treat their own pain.

That's why it's so important for health care providers to embrace alternative treatment options, like CBD. Sufferers of pelvic pain (or any chronic pain) should also always work with a medical professional to treat their pain symptoms. Want to learn more about how Pelvic Pain Doc and CBD could help you find relief? Call Dr. Sonia Bahlani (http://www.pelvicpaindoc.com/contact/) to book a consultation.


Dr. Sonia Bahlani's path to becoming a pelvic pain specialist was an unconventional one. During her OB/GYN residency, she saw how many women suffered from pelvic pain in silence or searched for answers for years without finding relief. This inspired her to pursue a career devoted to treating pelvic pain. At Pelvic Pain Doc (http://www.pelvicpaindoc.com/), Dr. Bahlani gives patients the compassionate, holistic support they need to get back to living pain-free lives.


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