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Seminar participants will receive one free range of motion assessment on the joint that is the primary area of concern. Additional range of motion testing may be conducted at future appointments if you become a patient. Limit one assessment on one joint per patient.
Chronic joint pain is a common condition that causes great discomfort and can be debilitating for those who suffer from it. This type of joint pain is most common in the knees, shoulders, and elbows, and as the word chronic suggests, it is continuous and does not go away. While arthritis is one of the leading causes of chronic joint pain, there are various disorders and diseases that cause joint pain and inflammation. In some cases, chronic pain leads to significant interference in daily activities and the inability to carry out everyday tasks such as walking, going up and down stairs - even sleep can be difficult and uncomfortable. While arthritis and chronic joint pain is usually associated with the aging population, it can affect anyone at any age.
Joint pain occurs where two or more bones meet, commonly in the knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, and hands. Often, pain occurs when the cartilage in between two bones has degenerated, making the bones rub against one another. In other cases, the cartilage itself has become severely inflamed, leading to heat, swelling, and pain. The first step to dealing with this type of pain is to determine the underlying cause.
Because the cartilage between joints is there to smooth the surface and keep mobility painless, the breakdown of this cartilage and the friction of bone rubbing against bone is the cause of the joint pain known as osteoarthritis. This breakdown in tissue can be caused by:
Osteoarthritis can also simply develop over time as joints are used. Osteoarthritis is most common in older adults (aged 65 and older) and most often involves the knees, hips, spine, fingers and other frequently used joints.
The Arthritis Foundation states that osteoarthritis impacts up to 31 million Americans. Symptoms that point to osteoarthritis include:
As a degenerative condition, osteoarthritis generally becomes worse over time. For this reason, many people eventually seek osteoarthritis treatment in order to maintain mobility and manage pain.
The CDC reports that Arthritis effects 24% of all adults and it is a leading cause of work disability. Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, develops when tissue and cartilage at the end of your joints and bones breaks down. This cartilage protects your bones and joints, so as it wears away the joints and bones are exposed to one another. This can cause chronic pain and inflammation in the joints.
As chronic pain specialists, we provide proven alternative treatment options. Our goal is to help you avoid unnecessary surgery and medications.
Our non-narcotic, non-invasive procedures treat our patient's root cause, and require little to no downtime.
We specialize in safe, effective treatments that help patients heal naturally without worry of side effects or long recovery.
All of our treatment programs offer the potential for long-term, lasting results for multiple chronic conditions.
Whether you are already receiving osteoarthritis treatment or you’re looking for a way to feel better without unpleasant side effects or invasive surgeries, there are various alternative and complementary therapies to consider.
Many doctors recommend specialized exercises such as tai chi as a complementary osteoarthritis treatment. This exercise may help reduce pain and stiffness, but every patient should speak to their doctor before starting a new exercise regimen. Other possible exercises include yoga, aquatic exercise and physical therapy. Possible benefits of this approach include:
Another common route for osteoarthritis treatment in Richmond is massage therapy. This type of therapy, along with other options like magnetic therapy, acupuncture, cupping, hydrotherapy and relaxation therapy, may help patients find balance and reduce pain. These treatments should only be performed by licensed providers.
Experiencing chronic pain due to the diverse forms of arthritis can be disheartening and overwhelming. That's why Chronic Care of Richmond is here for you. We understand the complexity of arthritis and are committed to providing personalized, compassionate care to help you effectively manage your pain and improve your quality of life. Our dedicated team is with you every step of the way. We empower you with the knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about your health, offering a brighter future, free from the constant burden of chronic pain. You don't have to face arthritis alone; let us be your partners on the path to a pain-free and healthier life.Our Services About Us
Unfortunately, many people try various alternative treatments without noticing any improvement in their pain or stiffness. This can feel frustrating and discouraging, especially if osteoarthritis pain is impacting your daily life and the activities you used to enjoy.
Fortunately, Chronic Care of Richmond offers an alternative osteoarthritis treatment that is safe, non-invasive, and effective. Using highly researched therapies, Chronic Care of Richmond makes a healthy, pain-free life a possibility.
Chronic Care of Richmond relies on the healing power of the body to address the core issue, instead of masking pain with narcotics or other painkillers that come with concerning side-effects. This alternative approach involves no surgery and no long recovery time. Reduce inflammation using the body’s natural function, and regain a pain-free lifestyle. Request a consultation today!
While over-the-counter painkillers are the most common osteoarthritis treatment in Richmond, many people suffering from osteoarthritis do not want to take painkillers continuously. Additionally, sometimes these medications are not sufficient to treat the pain and mobility issues caused by osteoarthritis. In some cases, if the disease is very progressed, doctors will recommend surgeries to try to treat osteoarthritis.
Chronic Care of Richmond uses an alternative approach to chronic pain therapy that relies on the healing power of the body. Using medical procedures to address the inflammation and work to regenerate the body’s tissue, Chronic Care of Richmond offers alternative pain management instead of invasive surgery or ongoing medication. This neuropathic approach truly addresses the issue, instead of covering it up as painkillers do.
You deserve to enjoy a walk through the neighborhood, a round of golf with friends, or a day at the beach with your family without suffering from pain or mobility issues all day. At the same time, no one wants to live with the constant worry of what side effects might arise due to taking ibuprofen on an ongoing basis.
That’s why Chronic Care of Richmond leverages FDA-approved protocols and all therapies are highly researched to offer an alternative to surgeries with long recovery times or endless regimens of medications. Osteoarthritis treatments from Chronic Care of Richmond work with the body’s natural function to regenerate the tissue within impacted joints and to reduce inflammation within the body.
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Dr. Bryant Snyder is a leader in the field of non-drug, non-surgical chronic pain procedures. He has successfully managed thousands of patients suffering from chronic joint pain, peripheral neuropathy, and other chronic neurological and metabolic conditions.
Dr. Bryant Snyder graduated from Life University in Marietta, Georgia and has been in full-time practice since 2002. He regularly attends post-graduate educational seminars on topics such as regenerative medicine, functional neurology, functional medicine, spinal structure, and nutrition and also consults other doctors in his profession.
Dr. Snyder is a graduate of the American Functional Neurology Institute (AFNI). He is Board Certified in Integrative Medicine and is a diplomate in Whole Medical Systems from the American Association of Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Snyder and his wife of 20 years, Jenneane, have three beautiful children, Delaney, Chloe, and Crosby. They enjoy sports of all kinds as well as hiking, camping, and other outdoor activities.
Growing up Jenneane always got an “x” in that box on the report card for “Excessive talking”. Although her teachers may not have agreed at the time, that “x” that just reflected her love of people – being around them, talking to them, helping them. Her passion for people transitioned into a passion for little people as an elementary school teacher. She later moved on to work in a successful children’s franchise company in which she eventually became Vice President, where she helped people who wanted to bring enrichment education to children in their community. But everything changed when Bryant first learned about regenerative medicine and how it was helping people with chronic pain. He was in his 16th year of practice when they realized that by incorporating stem cells into the practice, they could not only help current patients, but they could also help the people in our community who are living with chronic pain and have lost hope. Those who have tried everything else and just want their life back! This was the only natural path for them to take. So, Jenneane quit her career, they both received an immense amount of training, they worked hard, and here they are – offering a safe, affordable, effective, non-invasive procedure for chronic pain to their community. When she is not working in or on their practice, she is with the people she is most passionate about – their three kiddos, Delaney, Chloe, and Crosby who keep them busy and happy. And, at the root of it all, everyone has the right to be happy. If you are living with chronic pain, you, too, can once again be truly happy! Jenneane is seeing the life-changing results in their patients and that, too, makes her happy.
Dr. Erin Koscinski, DO, FAAP is a board certified physician who brings over 13 years of experience in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Holistic Care to the Chronic Care of Richmond team. A graduate of the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, she completed her residency at East Tennessee State University.
Dr. Koscinski and her husband, Ben, have three children. They enjoy staying active as a family, traveling, kayaking, boating, and swimming.
Amber Manche brings extensive experience in pain management, surgical trauma ICU, cardiac, and bariatric surgery to the Chronic Care of Richmond practice. She received her Master’s degree in Nursing from Chamberlain University. She has a holistic approach to patient care, and her personal goal is to serve our patients as a functional medicine nurse practitioner.
Amber enjoys spending time with her dog and two boys who love soccer, football, wrestling, hockey and video games. She loves gardening, reading, running, pilates and yoga. On her days off you may find Amber walking/running with the dog, at church, at the park with the kids, with family or on the water in the summer.
Director of Marketing
Trish is a marketing strategist with over 25 years of experience in building brands and creating results-driven marketing strategies for companies including Capital One, Snagajob, Shoe Carnival, and Romp n’ Roll.
A graduate of James Madison University with a business degree in Marketing, Trish started her career in sports marketing, and she thrives on collaboration and teamwork. She's energized by the fast-paced, patient-centered, and dynamic environment at Chronic Care of Richmond & Weight Loss RVA. Away from the office, Trish loves fitness, spending time with her family at the beach and playing and watching sports.
Tiffany was born and raised in Virginia and she loves it here. She is energetic and thinks of herself as quite the comedian. She’s constantly on the move and you’ll never see her sitting still for very long. She loves helping people and takes great pride in her work in the office. She is married and has 3 children, all of whom are very unique. She is also the mother of four amazing ferrets that wear hoodies as a way of self-expression.
Certified Health & Life Coach, Emily, completed her bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University Idaho. Passionate about helping people change negative beliefs into positive beliefs, Emily received her training and certification from Aspen Family and Wellness Center. She has experience working with patients from various backgrounds by helping them create spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional goals that they successfully maintain over time.
In her spare time, Emily loves to get some extra steps in by looking for home and decor at TJ Maxx, Home Goods, or Target. She loves to spend time with her husband and her cute (and hyper) dog, Maggie. Emily is excited to meet her patients and is excited to help them on their health journey.
Weight Loss Program Manager
Sherryl, our Weight Loss Program Manager, brings over 20 years of experience in the health and fitness industry to our team. She is a Certified Nutrition Coach, Weight Loss Specialist, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and certified in Functional Movement Systems. Sherryl is also a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor who holds over 20 Format Certifications.
Sherryl’s background includes corporate wellness initiatives, as well as conducting health risk appraisals and goals based assessments, to help patients reach their wellness and lifestyle goals. In her spare time, Sherryl loves to bike ride on or off road, walk with her dog, and garden.
Weight Loss Program Manager
Jessie brings a wealth of experience spanning over 15 years in the health and wellness industry to her role as a Weight Loss Program Manager. With a genuine desire to forge meaningful connections, she has positively impacted numerous individuals by guiding them toward a wholesome relationship with diet and exercise, resulting in transformative life changes.
A native of Maine, Jessie lives in Virginia with her son and her English Cream Golden Retriever pup, Willow. She enjoys spending quality time supporting her son in his football and track endeavors, attending group fitness classes, listening to music and taking on new adventures.
Patient Care Coordinator
As Patient Care Coordinator, Kristy brings extensive customer service and patient care experience to the Chronic Care of Richmond & Weight Loss RVA team. With a background as an Emergency Medical Technician and Medic, she brings a dynamic and caring patient-outcome focus to the team.
Kristy is a native of New York City, and she and her husband moved to Richmond after raising six children. They enjoy spending time with family, including their two dogs, Kairo and Karma. A positive, optimistic caregiver you’ll always see Kristy with a smile on her face!