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She just had to make it to next week. She had the date circled on her calendar. She knew she would be able to turn over in bed without agonizing pain. She could attempt to brush her teeth without fear of sharp, searing pain down her leg. If she was lucky, she would be able to play with her grandchildren again.
Dr. Singla presented to 40 individuals from the community at Mercy Fairfield about the newest treatments for back and leg pain.
Innovative options are helping beat chronic pain and getting patients back to living. She presented on spinal cord stimulators and platelet rich plasma uses for back and joint pain.
Finding Better Methods
Local providers offer patients with chronic and acute pain effective treatments that avoid heavy medication and opiates
Ava Strole had been dealing with scoliosis her whole life, as she was diagnosed at 6 years old. She had been treated many times in many different ways and, in her mid-50s, was referred to Dr. Aarti Singla, a Mercy Health physician specializing in physical medicine, rehabilitation and pain management.
Although chronic pain is common, many are getting real relief from spinal cord stimulation (SCS) and Regenerative treatments like Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). That's the message over 65 attendees heard from Dr. Aarti Singla as part of a patient education event on the benefits of HF10 for treating chronic back and leg pain. One of Dr. Singla’s patients, Ava, also shared her amazing journey before and after getting her SCS implant and PRP. Ava's back and leg pain reduced by 60%, allowing her to improve her quality of life!
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Singla and discuss the newest therapies call 513.733.8894 or request an appointment online.
How local doctors are fighting pain without opioids
CINCINNATI — Ava Strole has battled back pain since she was a child. Rods inserted into her spine and multiple surgeries left her with chronic pain for years.
With the help of Mercy Health’s Dr. Aarti Singla, Stole says she’s left that fog behind.
Dr. Singla interviewed on a local radio show 700WLW
HF10 SPINAL CORD STIMULATION THERAPY:
A NEW OPTION FOR CHRONIC PAIN
AARTI SINGLA, MD, MBA will discuss HF1O Therapy, which is a new type of spinal cord stimulation therapy that delivers 10 kHz frequency to provide more pain relief to more patients, all while being paresthesia-free.
Thursday, March 7 | 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Mercy Health — Fairfield HealthPlex
3050 Mack Rd.,
Fairfield, OH 45014
RSVP by March 4
Call Cheryl M. at (513) 354-2901 or online at eventbrite.corn; search Mercy Health — Fairfield Hospital Spinal Cord Stimulation Therapy Seminar
We welcome family, friends and care providers to attend this free event. Refreshments provided.
Aartl Singia, MD, MBA, FAAPMR
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine
Trained at Johns Hopkins Hospital
2019 Cincinnati Magazine
Successful SCS Patient Seminar
Dr. Singla at Cincinnati Top Doctors Reception
Dr Singla Named as Top Doctors in Cincinnati
Each year, Cincinnati magazine conducts a survey of physicians, asking them who they would choose as their own physician if they needed treatment from a top doctor. When judged by a jury of their peers, we’re so pleased to announce that - as listed in Cincinnati magazine’s January 2019 edition - 128 of Cincinnati’s top doctors are part of our Mercy Health physician network.
Our doctors and the nurses, advanced practice providers and care teams they work with are the lifeblood of Mercy Health, and we’re proud to be home to nearly 150 of the best doctors in Cincinnati. Congratulations to our top docs!
PHYSICAL MEDICINE & REHABILITATION TOP DOCTORS
463 Ohio Pike
Inside Beechmont Racquet & Fitness Club
Cincinnati, OH 45255
8020 Liberty Way, Suite #150
West Chester, OH 45069
Practice: Wellington Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine, Blue Ash, A Partner of Mercy Health