Can’t Shake the Headache? Here’s how IV nutrient therapy & vitamin injections can help


Can’t Shake the Headache?  Here’s how IV nutrient therapy & vitamin injections can help

Headaches got you down? You’re not alone. An estimated 75% of adults experience at least one headache per year. In fact, headaches are so common that the concept of a “headache” has taken on many different interpretations from describing frustrating situations to chastising bothersome people.

It’s due to this normalization of headaches that many people suffer in silence. Rather than seeking out medical intervention, they falsely assume that headaches are just a normal part of getting older. This is problematic, as constant headaches are often the manifestation of a systemic imbalance that left untreated can lead to poor health outcomes down the road.

Systemic imbalances linked to headaches include hormonal imbalances, stress, metabolic disorders, lack of sleep, weather changes, and even side effects of certain medications. In addition, migraine headaches can also stem from alcohol consumption, neck pain, smoking, fragrances and perfumes, foods high in aspartame, and even environmental exposures/food allergies.

Regardless of the trigger, there are a few ways we can address systemic imbalances and the headaches they cause. At Spark Health, we focus on restoring balance through intravenous therapy and vitamin injections that support the body in managing the severity and frequency of headaches. Keep reading to learn about the vitamins and minerals we use and how they work to alleviate headaches.

The Migraine busters – Vitamin B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, and B12

B vitamins have long been studied for their role in the prevention of headaches, particularly migraines. Because they ensure that cellular functions like metabolism and mitosis are running smoothly, a deficiency in any of  B vitamins can lead to fatigue, weakness, and – yep, you guessed it – headaches.

A very important member of the B vitamin family, riboflavin (vitamin B2), aids in the process of breaking down carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into energy. Supplementation of vitamin B2 has been associated with reduction in frequency of migraine attacks as well as a decrease in the use of medications that are typically given to help address migraine symptoms. 

Niacin (vitamin B3), on the other hand, is a strong vasodilator, meaning it dilates blood vessels to allow more oxygen and nutrients to enter the body, especially the brain. This can help relieve and prevent future migraines. Conversely, if too much niacin is taken, it could cause flushing, redness and also headaches, so dosing is important! 

Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) is commonly deficient in patients who suffer from migraines. This vitamin helps your body process nutrients such as fats carbohydrates, and proteins, and protects our nerves (our brain has the most!). It also assists the body in wound healing so if you suffer a stroke or have damage to your brain, it can support your recovery.  Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) helps our brain produce serotonin, which can help with mood and sleep. It also helps improve blood flow in the brain, as well as support the cells surrounding the vessels. Plus, it can help relieve nausea, a common symptom that goes hand in hand with chronic headaches. 

The final members of the migraine busting dream team are folate (vitamin B9) and methylcobalamin (vitamin B12). Folate helps us detox metabolites such as homocysteine, which is found in high levels in people who suffer from migraines. Methylcobalamin helps protect against anemia, provides energy, supports our nervous system (especially the brain), and aids in DNA repair. Again, just like other B vitamins, too much can contribute to headaches, so it is important to monitor your levels.

Magnesium & glycine – One-way tickets to relaxation station 

Magnesium has a long history of effective use in migraine prevention. Low levels of magnesium have been detected in those suffering from a variety of headache types, which is why supplementation of magnesium has been shown to be effective as an inexpensive acute treatment option for headaches and migraines, particularly when administered intravenously to those with low magnesium levels in their blood. It is important to be aware of which types of magnesium you are taking, as each kind is used to address various health concerns.  

Glycine is an amino acid that functions as a neurotransmitter in the brain and spinal cord and has a calming effect on our brain. It stimulates the production of serotonin, which elevates mood, improves sleep, and enhances cognitive function. Typically, we will combine glycine with magnesium if the patient suffers from sleep issues due to headaches. Glycine is not to be taken if you are on anti-psychotic medications, such as Clozaril, as it may decrease the effectiveness of the medication. 

How IV therapy and vitamin injections boost your body’s headache-fighting abilities

At Spark Health, we boost vitamin and mineral levels in one of two ways – through IV therapy in which vitamins and minerals are delivered directly into the bloodstream by way of an intravenous drip and through injections in which the nutrients are delivered via a needle into the hypodermis for rapid absorption.

Intravenous nutrient therapies contain higher concentrations of vitamins and minerals, which can be helpful for patients who suffer from chronic headaches and the effects will usually last a few weeks. This is also helpful if there are multiple nutrient deficiencies. Vitamin injections are used more prophylactically, as well as for acute headache flares, and contain customized doses of each vitamin. Injections will typically last a few days and up to a week, while intravenous therapies will last about one to two weeks.  

When it comes to frequency of IV therapy or injections, there is no one-size-fits all approach. Primarily, it depends how your body responds. After receiving treatment, patients should note any fluctuations in symptoms and how long they last. On average, our patients  visit us every three to seven days for injections and every one to two weeks for IV therapy until symptoms begin to improve.  

At Spark Health, we are on a mission to flip the script on headaches. It’s all too common for patients to suffer in silence for years before seeking treatment. If you are living with chronic headaches, there is no time like the present to book a consultation with one of our naturopathic doctors for a personalized assessment and treatment plan. Located in Solano Beach in San Diego County, CA, Spark Health Integrative  Medicine takes a collaborative approach to natural medicine, partnering with patients to help them achieve their unique health and wellness goals. Give us a call or send us an email to book a consultation today!


Article written by Dr. Barbara Ivos, ND

No More Headaches! – Identifying Triggers & Enacting Positive Lifestyle Changes


No More Headaches! – Identifying Triggers & Enacting Positive Lifestyle Changes

Headaches are one of the most common health concerns that bring new patients to Spark Health.In 2018, the CDC reported that 20% of women and 10% of men experience severe headaches or migraines. Certainly, an even higher percentage of women and men experience headaches that, though milder, still interfere with daily life.  

There are several types of headaches each with varying levels of severity – tension headaches, cluster headaches, and migraine headaches to name a few. Regardless of which type afflicts you, any headache can cause significant disruption to daily activities and lives.   

The bad news is that there is still much we do not know about the specific etiology of headaches. There are so many potential causes and triggers that it can be hard to pinpoint just what is behind the throbbing. The good news is that once you do identify your personal headache triggers it is likely that you will be able to treat them simply by making lifestyle changes – such as increasing daily hydration or practicing better sleep hygiene. That’s why when patients work on health in a holistic, integrative way, headaches usually decrease in frequency and severity as a result.

Keep reading to find out what might be triggering the pounding between your ears, and the lifestyle changes you can enact to rid yourself of those headaches once and for all.

Trigger #1: Posture

Often overlooked as a trigger, posture can play a significant role in headache onset. Chronic poor posture can cause tension to build in the back, shoulders, and neck and as the pain moves up the body a tension headache can soon ensue. It’s no wonder that tension headaches are the most common type of headache globally, with an estimated 2 in 3 US adults experiencing tension headaches regularly.

Especially in the past year with the COVID-19 quarantine, many people are working from home and sitting in the same positions for much longer periods of time which can wreak havoc on the body and promote poor posture. Make sure to pay attention to your posture throughout the day and try to not spend too much time sitting or standing in the same position for too long. Taking regularly scheduled walks to break up the day, purchasing an ergonomic chair for your home office, and incorporating practices like yoga and Pilates into your daily routine are all things you can do to better improve posture over time.

Trigger #2: Food & Drink Sensitivity 

Most people consume foods regularly that they have a sensitivity to.  That’s because, unlike allergies or intolerances, food sensitivities cause a delayed immune response making it very difficult to pinpoint the specific food triggering the response. Unfortunately, headaches are one of the most well documented manifestations of a food sensitivity.

Food sensitivity testing can be helpful in revealing which foods are potential triggers for the inflammation that can cause headaches. Many of the most common food triggers – such as aged cheeses, cured meats, fermented foods, citrus fruits, and chocolate – contain tyramine, an amino acid that plays a role in blood pressure regulation. It is thought to cause the release of norepinephrine in the brain, which could stimulate pain receptors. Following an elimination diet in which you remove all potential food triggers from your diet and then slowly re-introduce them is the best way to identify which specific foods are behind your headaches.    

Trigger # 3: Dehydration 

Headaches are a well-known symptom of dehydration.  It can be a trigger for mild tension headaches and full-blown migraines. Other symptoms of dehydration can include thirst, fatigue, dizziness, decreased urination, and dry mouth, but frequently those symptoms are so mild that a busy person doesn’t notice them until the headache sets in. Rehydrating with water often produces a fast headache cure in mild cases of tension headaches, but using electrolyte or rehydrating solutions can often speed the headache resolution. 

Alcohol as a headache trigger is closely related to dehydration. Although its etiology is not entirely understood, the dehydration that alcohol causes definitely contributes. Fermented alcoholic drinks like beer, red wine, and kombucha are high in migraine-triggering tyramine. But other types of alcohol have additional compounds that may contribute to headaches, even when only a small amount of alcohol is consumed. If you commonly find yourself nursing a headache after a few cold ones, the best cure is to limit or avoid alcohol consumption all together.

Trigger #4: Hormones 

There is at least one obvious reason why women suffer from more severe headaches and migraines than men – hormones.  The biggest headache culprit is estrogen, which fluctuates throughout a woman’s cycle. Estrogen can affect the sensation of pain through its effects on the neurotransmitter serotonin. Estrogen also affects blood vessels, and the irritability or spasm of small blood vessel walls may play a role in triggering migraines. 

Because any estrogen fluctuation can trigger a headache, there are several parts of a woman’s cycle where headaches can happen, including at ovulation, in the days before menses, and during menses. These are all times when estrogen levels are dropping quickly. If you tend to experience headaches around the same times each month, consider using a menses cycle tracker app like Eve or Clue that can help you map symptoms like headaches to your monthly cycle. Knowing when to expect a nasty brain squeeze is half the battle, practicing self-care (think lots of sleep, water, and healthy foods) leading up to these episodes can help you lessen or even avoid their onset.

Trigger #5: Rebound Headaches from Medications 

This is one of the most frustrating causes of headaches, but also one of the best reasons to treat your headaches with integrative medicine, rather than relying on medications.  Any pain reliever that is used regularly (more than a couple of times per week) to treat headaches has the potential to cause a Medication Overuse Headache (MOH).  These headaches start only when you stop taking the medication and typically come on first thing in the morning and can last for several weeks in the worst cases. 

If you are regularly using a pain reliever to combat headaches, consulting with a medical professional can help you transition to a more lifestyle-focused intervention plan while avoiding the onset of MOH. Because naturopathic doctors focus specifically on integrative, wholistic treatment plans, they are a great choice for helping you to navigate this transition.

Trigger #6: Environmental Triggers 

Some headache-sufferers are abnormally sensitive to environmental cues.  Strong smells, and particularly the smell of smoke can trigger headaches. Bright and/or flashing lights can be triggering for some people. And many note that specific weather patterns or weather changes can be a reliable trigger.  One study found that migraines were 28% more likely on days when lightning struck near a person’s home. The thought is the brain could be sensitive to barometric pressure changes that come with storms. 

While these studies are still in the early stages, it is encouraging to see some light shed on the more mysterious triggers of headaches. As more research comes to light, the hope is that the medical field will follow suit with treatment plans and recommendations for offsetting these environmental triggers.

Trigger #7: High Blood Pressure & Other Serious Medical Conditions 

While most headaches are not severe enough to be an emergency, there certainly are a few rare causes of headaches that can signify a serious problem. Headaches can be a sign of very high blood pressure, which can lead to brain and other organ damage if left untreated. As a general guideline, if you have a severe headache like you’ve never had before or have any type of headache that is unusual for you, you should speak with your doctor. Any headaches accompanied by high fever, stiff neck, or neurologic changes like convulsions, confusion, muscle weakness, or changes to speech or vision could be a health emergency and you should head to the emergency room right away. 

If headaches are getting in the way of your daily life, visit Spark Health today for a personalized assessment and treatment plan. Located in Solano Beach in San Diego County, CA, Spark Health Integrated Medicine takes a collaborative approach to natural medicine, partnering with patients to help them achieve their unique health and wellness goals. Give us a call 858-228-4188 or send us an email at to book a consultation today!


Article written by Dr. Jennifer Zeglen, ND

How To Fix Nagging Shoulder Pain

How to fix that nagging shoulder pain

Is lingering shoulder pain inhibiting you from your daily activities or performing at a high level? Ever get a shoulder stinger while playing football or goofing around as a youngster? It is likely that you caused damaged to surrounding ligaments or labrum of the shoulder. When that happens, even endless hours of physical therapy and icing the shoulder can’t make the pain go away completely. What can you do? It’s time to learn a little more about PRP regenerative injections!


Why do I still have shoulder pain?

Shoulder pain is caused by connective tissue or surrounding musculature that is injured during an abnormal movement. The muscles or tendons that are usually involved are the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis, or teres minor (rotator cuff muscles). The dysfunction of these muscles causes a downstream effect by inhibiting certain muscles or over-activation. The most common injury in the shoulder joint is to the supraspinatus – inhibiting shoulder flexion & abduction, as well as internal rotation (lifting the arm to pick up an item).

Shoulder pain is quite common because the dynamic function of our shoulder puts heavy strain on the surrounding muscles and connective tissues. PRP may have significant benefits for many shoulder injuries. It is suggested to consult with a specially trained PRP practitioner before shoulder replacement surgery. Shoulder replacement surgeries often cost thousands of dollars and recovery times are substantial.

The body is a patch and repair system – if an effected joint/structure is injured the bodies secretes calcium to mend and heal the structure (connective tissue, ligament, tendon, muscle, etc). This leaves the body with bone spurs, calcified connective tissues, and a consistent dull achy pain. Alternative treatments may provide temporary relief such as chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy, topical creams, homeopathics, cold laser, ultrasound, and E-stem… the list goes on and on. These therapies may be beneficial to the joint and surrounding tissues but they do not physically heal and regrow the damaged tissue.

PRP regenerative injections are platelets and plasma extracted out of your own blood, activated, and injected back into the effected joint/connective tissues. The platelets contain stem cells and growth factors that will differentiate into a cartilage cell or connective tissue cell. This will allow the physical structure to heal properly and maintain its structural integrity. And the process of the needling technique also has the added benefit of stimulating the affected joint and structures.

PRP (non-surgical) regenerative injections are actually do the opposite of what you may think. The PRP causes an inflammation of the joint, rather than an anti-inflammatory effect most treatments like cortisone injections are intended to have. But while cortisone injections temporarily mask the pain, they are detrimental and degrading to the joint. Instead of masking the symptoms, the inflammatory effects of PRP bring increased growth factors, immune cells, and blood cells and genuinely improve the healing process.


PRP Regenerative Injections may be effective in treating these conditions 

  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Frozen Shoulder (Adhensive capsulitis)
  • Chronic shoulder dislocations
  • Bicep tendinitis
  • Glenoid labral tear
  • Osteoarthitis (OA)
  • Tendinitis
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Instability


What to expect

PRP regenerative injections may be a viable treatment option for shoulder pain and dysfunction caused by overuse or connective tissue/ligamentous damage. During the pain management consult – a thorough history will be taken, physical exam including orthopedic exams, muscle testing, and functional movement assessment. Benefits and risks of the procedure will be discussed, as well as at home instructions. Clinically, there has been a high success rate of moving patient’s out of pain, improving structure and function, and improving movement patterns. Average treatment length is approximately 3-5 treatments to see the best results with PRP regenerative injections.


Other treatment options for shoulder pain 

  • Movement and mobility specialists (Your Healthy Spine Integrative Clinic)
  • Physical Therapy (Movement Rx)
  • Chiropractic adjustments
  • Cold Laser
  • Graston technique
  • Trigger point therapy/ART/Massage Therapy.



“Humpty Dumpty has nothing on me – thanks to Spark Health and PRP.”

“Spark Health has been an absolute lifesaver to me over this past year. I was initially treated for turf toe and both ankles for instability. After 1 PRP treatment, I was back in action and was able to return to teaching spinning class and snowboarding.”

“Through a sequence of unfortunate events, I ended up sustaining multiple injuries to my shoulder, low back, pelvis and hip. I saw 3 different physical therapists, a chiropractor, two orthopedic surgeons, a physical medicine doctor and an acupuncturist; all leaving me with no answers, increased pain and having spent thousands of dollars with no results, just worsening of symptoms. I have Ehlers-Danlos so for me surgery is never the best option nor does it target areas I need the most help with.”

“I am so grateful to the doctors at Spark for their global approach to getting me put back together. After just one PRP treatment to the pelvis and lower back, I had more than 70% improvement and will probably need only one other injection there. I am so appreciative for Spark’s pricing; most of the other clinics charge hundreds of dollars more per treatment.”

“Platelet Rich Plasma and Spark Health have been life-changing to me.”

Dr. Jason Phan ND – Spark Health – Naturopathic Medical Doctor specializing in IV Vitamin Therapy, PRP/Prolotherapy Regenerative Injections, Men’s and Women’s Health, and Optimal Living. 

The Show Featuring Dr. Cicerone

Listen to “The Show 11-17-16 Dr. Aliza Cicerone” on Spreaker.

Our very own Dr. Cicerone, aka “Dr. C,” was on “The Show” with Elizabeth Meza. They talked naturopathic medicine, prolotherapy and all things Spark Health! Dr. C shared valuable insight into how Spark Health finds the roots of its patients’ health issues, and neutralizes them in a natural and conclusive fashion. Meza conducted an informative and engaging interview that allowed Dr. C to really delve deeply into the benefits Spark Health offers its patients. Dr. C discussed the four key elements of Spark Health’s products and services: PRP Injections, PRP Facials, Vitamin Injections and Vitamin IV Therapy.

Dr. C explained, “Prolotheraphy is a regenerative joint injection. And it’s been done in the professional athletic world for years now, and in the past — probably — 5 years or so it’s really become more mainstream. So, the public has access to it.” Dr. C broke down the differences between platelet rich prolotherapy (PRP Therapy) and the dextrose prolotherapy which is a sugar solution. PRP Therapy employs fascinating a technique which involves using some of the patients’ own blood as an essential part of the prolotherapy. Spark Health’s patented PRP Injections have aided everyone from crossfit athletes, to triathletes all the way to the “weekend warriors” among us.

This interview is packed with information, and Dr. C makes it all easy to understand. More importantly: she explains how it all works. She goes into detail about how Spark Health’s services enrich and repair our bodies from the inside out. So, give this a listen and learn how Spark Health can help you live a happy and healthy life!

Prolotherapy & Joint Pain in San Diego

Spark Health has focused its medical background in the areas of pain management and improving athletic performance. Utilizing a sports medicine background with natural medical knowledge, prolotherapy and PRP regenerative injections are the main therapeutic modality performed for pain. Our practitioners are highly trained in physical medicine and regenerative joint injections being taught by The American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine.

Regenerative injections have been treating acute and chronic pain for the past 40 years. It has gained popularity in the United States due to NBA star Kobe Bryant going to Germany to receive Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). Now NFL stars such as Brandon Marshall have been receiving regenerative injections for acute physical conditions. Prolotherapy has been showing promising results compared to cortisone (steroid) injections. It has shown long lasting and well-tolerated results in nearly every joint of the body.

Prolotherapy is a mixture of 50% dextrose solution combined with 0.9% normal saline and an anesthetic such as lidocaine. This formula is specially formulated to produce inflammation in a person’s affected joint. Yes, you read that correct, prolotherapy causes inflammation in the joint, which therefore, your body produces an inflammatory response to bring growth factors, cofactors to produce collagen and elastic fibers to the area to promote healing. An amazing concept that allows the body to heal itself and aligns quite well with the naturopathic philosophy of let nature be thy cure. Instead of dampening the bodies own biological processes with pharmaceutical drugs, prolotherapy utilizes the bodies own immune cells to stimulate growth and repair.

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections is a safe procedure that involves a blood collection and a specialized needling technique to improve joint pain and joint function. PRP procedure involves collecting a patients blood that is spun down to extract platelets. Platelets are a natural substance the body produces that induce stem cell production, collagen production, elastic fiber production, and contain growth factors that are beneficial in healing and repair of joints. Once these platelets are collected they are injected back into a patient’s injured joint which causes an inflammatory response (which is good). PRP induces the bodies own healing response to take place while the platelets are acting as stem cells and inducing growth and repairs of the joint capsule and surrounding soft tissue. PRP is a great alternative to steroid injections, pharmaceutical interventions, or even surgery.

Prolotherapy/PRP regenerative injections will benefit the professional athlete but also the normal wear and tear on our bodies. It will help repair nagging aches and pains, but also prevent serious surgeries in the future. The best time to receive prolotherapy/PRP is anytime! There are some athletes that receive treatment prior to competition to strengthen the ligaments and connective tissues. Acute and chronic conditions can be effectively treated. Prolotherapy/PRP has only recently been available to the general public due to its expanding research and science behind the art of regenerative injections. Call now to learn more about Prolotherapy/PRP and book your initial consult today!

Dr. Jason Phan NMD
Spark Health

Is your body feeling achy? Try these natural foods…

Do your days consists of joint pain and stiffness?   Try adding these foods to your diet for a natural remedy.  They work to reduce pain and symptoms related to painful joints.

Add low impact workouts and maintain a healthy weight to help ease your symptoms.  You may be experiencing symptoms of osteoarthritis.

1.   Eat foods rich in antioxidants. A variety of colors of organic fruits and vegetables are good sources, and can help to reduce tissue damage from inflammation.

2.   Daily use of Turmeric and Ginger in cooking and/or supplements for their natural anti-inflammatory properties.  Great to put in smoothies or tea.  Turmeric also provides clear acne-free skin.

3.   Consume omega-3s. The omega-3 fatty acids in oily fish (Salmon), walnuts and freshly ground flaxseed can help reduce inflammation.

Osteoarthritis and Prolotherapy Treatment

Osteoarthritis affects nearly 27 million Americans.  Symptoms many experience are stiffness, pain, swelling, and reduced range of motion.

NSAIDs and Tylenol are usually prescribed for the pain if more conservative therapies are not providing relief. But pain medication comes with their own host of side effects like GI bleeding, or liver and kidney dysfunction.

As we age, the arthritis may only worsen, and lead to surgery. But what about a non-surgical alternative?

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin reported that after a year, patients who were given Prolotherapy had less pain, and better function in their knees, versus those who were given placebo injections. Most patients were satisfied and reported no adverse effects.

If you’re experiencing knee pain, instability, osteoarthritis, an ACL or other ligament/tendon tear, Prolotherapy may be the solution you have been looking for!

Contact us today to learn more about our Prolotherapy treatments.  858-228-4188

Why am I in pain?

Have you ever experienced…

  • Back pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Wrist pain
  • Ankle pain
  • Neck pain
  • Foot pain
  • Hip pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Athletic injuries
  • Torn ACL/MCL
  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
  • Muscle spasms
  • Trigger points
  • Sprained ankle
  • Torn rotator cuff tendon
  • Labral tear
  • Radiating pain
  • Strained muscles
  • Jumpers knee
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Post surgery pain
  • Hyermobile joints?

Much of the time the pain comes from..

  • Ligaments and Tendons
  • Ligaments attach bone to bone, stabilizing the joint
  • Tendons attach muscle to bone, moving the joint
  • Like steel cables they confer strength, but when they’re damaged or over-stretched (lax) the nerves in them send lots of pain signals!

What’s normally done for pain?

  • Ice
  • Anti-inflammatory medicine (NSAID): Ibuprofen, Naproxen, Aspirin, Celecoxib, Diclofenac, Indomethacin, etc.
  • Immobilization

A Better Solution: Prolotherapy & Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

  • How it works
    1. Injection of a natural proliferant (dextrose) + anesthetic or your own platelets (PRP) + anesthetic. PRP is usually used with more severe injuries.
    2. This creates a local inflammatory reaction, drawing blood to the area especially white blood cells and platelets which secrete growth factors
    3. Growth factors promote collagen deposition, regeneration and growth = healing the damaged tissue
  • Expected treatment outcomes
    1. Decrease or eliminate Pain
    2. Improve ability to function in your activities of daily living
    3. Increase muscle strength where weakness was present due to ligament or tendon injury
    4. Decrease or eliminate stiffness in joints due to muscle spasm and arthritis
    5. Regenerate damaged, lax, torn ligaments and tendons


Let Spark Health help relive your pain today.



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