Turmeric: A Surprising Natural Remedy For Arthritis Pain

Turmeric: A Surprising Natural Remedy For Arthritis Pain

Part of our goal here at Well Theory is to help you find new ways to support your long-term health. While more aggressive medical interventions, like pharmaceuticals, surgeries, and more are necessary in some circumstances, our goal is to help you avoid them as much as possible by using natural solutions whenever possible.

Today, we’re looking at the star ingredient in our new Joint Health Multi and discussing its proven health benefits for joint pain and arthritis.

We want you to spend more time with your friends and families and engage in meaningful work and play and spend much less time at a doctor’s office. This is why Dr. Warner designed the Joint Health Multi.

What Is Turmeric?

Turmeric is a spice that is traditionally used in Indian cooking – it’s what gives curry its yellow color. It’s been used in India for thousands of years as a natural medicinal herb. In recent years, scientific studies have started to back up health claims attributed to this natural remedy. 

Turmeric has been proven to be highly effective for the improvement and support of inflammatory and physically stressful conditions.

Turmeric is rich in compounds called curcuminoids – the most important and well-known of which is “curcumin.”

What Is Curcumin?

and what are its benefits?

Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric and largely responsible for its health benefits. Curcumin has powerful anti-inflammatory effects – and is a powerful natural antioxidant.

You likely aren’t going to get enough curcumin to make a difference just from using turmeric in your cooking. The curcumin content in turmeric isn’t that high – it’s around 3% by weight.

Most of the studies on the benefits of turmeric typically use turmeric extracts that contain a higher concentration of curcumin. The dosages in these studies typically exceed 1 gram a day - a difficult amount to get just from seasoning your food with turmeric.

Why You Should Supplement With Our Joint Health Multi

Our new Joint Health Multi contains 1000mg of turmeric root extract – which contains 95% curcuminoids. This multi contains a high concentration of curcumin at 739mg. This is a clinically relevant dose of curcumin and still allows for the entourage effect of the other curcuminoids in the extract.

Dr. Meredith Warner also carefully picked the other ingredients in this multi to maximize absorption effectiveness as well as meaningful clinical outcomes. Piperine, or black pepper extract, has many benefits of its own – it too has anti-inflammatory properties, but also may relieve nausea, headaches and poor digestion. 

But the reason she selected piperine for this complex is due to the fact that it has been shown to maximize curcumin absorption and assist in reducing symptoms of joint damage.

In this study, it was shown that “piperine increased the bioavailability of curcumin by 2,000%.”

This unique formulation also includes ginger and PEA (palmitoylethanolamide – a natural fatty acid amide) for powerful anti inflammatory and antioxidant effects – making this supplement an excellent, natural option for relieving joint pain and preserving long-term joint health.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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

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What Is Curcumin?

What Is Curcumin?

Curcumin's Health Benefits

& why we included it in our new Joint Health Multi

We have all heard of turmeric, but have you heard of curcumin? 

Today we are going to discuss the ins and outs of what curcumin is and why you should take it!

So... What Is Curcumin?

Curcumin is an active ingredient in turmeric, the yellow spice popular in Ayurvedic medicine. Inside turmeric, there are 3 different types of curcuminoids: curcumin, demethoxycurcumin, and bisdemethoxycurcumin. 

But curcumin is the one we want to look at. It is the most active with the most health benefits.

What Does Curcumin Do?

Curcumin is a natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. Curcumin’s anti-inflammatory response is as effective as other more common anti-inflammatory medications like NSAIDs without the negative side effects.

It blocks the NF-kB molecule that triggers inflammation in the nuclei of your cells. NF-kB (nuclear factor-kappa beta) is a protein that controls DNA transcription as it relates to cytokine production and cell survival.

Curcumin’s antioxidant properties neutralize free radicals and increase your body’s antioxidant enzymes.

Your Options For Curcumin Supplementation

Curcumin is found in turmeric which is a readily available spice; however, it is possible to find it in its isolated form in multivitamins and supplements.

Curcumin can be difficult for the body to absorb. Often it passes through your body undigested. To make it more bioavailable, it is often taken with piperine, a substance found in black pepper.

Dr. Meredith Warner’s new Joint Health Multi has been formulated to relieve sore joints while reducing inflammation over time with natural ingredients. It is meant to be a potential alternative to OTC or prescription NSAIDs. 

This formula includes several inflammation-fighting ingredients like PEA (Palmitoylethanolamide), turmeric, curcumin, ginger root extract, and piperine for fast and efficient absorption! 

These ingredients each have proven track records with regard to managing the symptoms and difficulties you have with arthritis and inflammation; together they are even better and more powerful for you and your health!

Order your first bottle today!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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

Surgeon Formulated
For Your Peace of Mind

Natural Ingredients + Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs.

100% NATURAL PAIN RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WORLDWIDE

Signs Of Serious Back Problems

Signs Of Serious Back Problems

Serious Back Problems

and what may have caused them

At some point in their lives, most people will experience back pain. Typically, most cases can be attributed to advanced age, overuse, sprain, or some other mild injury. About 95% of back pain cases are simply due to sore muscles.  But sometimes, back pain can be so severe that it requires medical intervention. Keep reading to find out if you should see a doctor for your back pain symptoms.

The Types Of Pain You May Experience

If your pain registers as sharp, not dull, and gets worse over time instead of better, it’s probably time to call your doctor. Most non-emergency back pain can be treated effectively at home with ice, very short-term rest and exercise, but if the pain persists, it could be indicative of something serious. You may have pulled a muscle or ligament, or may even have another underlying issue with one of your internal organs. Pain that occurs at night may be a troubling sign as well.

If your pain “moves” or radiates down your legs, you may be experiencing an issue with your nerves. You may have a pinched or slipped disc, or some other condition that is irritating the nerves in your vertebrae.

If you are experiencing numbness instead of pain, this is something to bring to your doctor as well – especially if you’re also experiencing muscle weakness in the legs. This could indicate anything from sciatic nerve problems resulting from compressed joints, or, if the leg weakness is sudden, even a stroke.

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Any loss of function of the bowel or bladder is a ‘red flag’ and you should seek immediate care. Unexplained weight loss and/or night sweats combined with significant back pain should also inspire a visit to a professional.

What Your Treatment May Look Like

Your treatment will vary depending on many things – the condition you are suffering from, any underlying conditions you have in your medical history, your age, lifestyle, and more. Assume that you will undergo a full work-up at the office. Here are some common things your doctor may prescribe or recommend for treating your severe back pain:

Medications: Muscle relaxants, opioids for severe pain, steroid injections, and even antidepressants may help relieve some of your pain. Muscle relaxants and steroid injections can be temporary fixes, with steroid injections sometimes relieving pain for up to 3 months. Some antidepressants focus on different areas of your body’s pain response, and can be effective when used for back pain. Other prescription medications like gabapentin are utilized to reduce nerve-based pain.

Surgery: Surgery is often treated as a last resort – as it should be. Most doctors will only consider surgery for back pain if the pain is noticeably severe, or has other accompanying, worrying symptoms such as muscle weakness or a tumor as the causal event. You may need surgery to repair, replace, or remove damaged tissues if your pain is caused by a degenerative bone disease. 

Only about 1% of cases of back pain should ever require surgery. Certain geographic areas are more prone to recommending large spinal surgeries for complaints of pain. Do your research!

If you are having to consider surgery for your back pain, read our blog about why you should consider taking a multivitamin before your procedure. Making sure you have all the essential vitamins + minerals before you go into surgery is a key part in ensuring a safe and successful recovery! 

Alternative Medicines: Your doctor may recommend other, less invasive measures of relieving your back pain. Physical therapy, yoga, chiropractic adjustments, and other methods of pain relief are often effective when utilized under the guidance of your personal physician.

At Well Theory, we advocate for patient-led healing and treatment. Informed patients are the best advocates for their own health, which is why we offer these resources and holistic healing therapies Dr. Warner has developed in her years of clinical practice.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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

Surgeon Formulated
For Your Peace of Mind

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100% NATURAL PAIN RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WORLDWIDE
CBD for Pain Relief

Your Back Pain May Not Be Caused By A Disc

Your Back Pain May Not Be Caused By A Disc

CBD for Pain Relief

Is Your Back Pain Caused By A Disc

or is it something else?

About 23 million people, or 10 percent of the U.S. population, have one or more chronic disorders of the musculoskeletal system that often cause back muscle pain. Musculoskeletal disorders are the main cause of disability in the working-age population and are among the leading causes of disability in other age groups.

While back pain is often caused by a slipped or bulging discs, it can easily be confused with myofascial pain – the pain associated with the muscular and connective tissue (fascial) structures about the spine. This extremely common type of pain is associated with the spine and other body parts. A patient with myofascial pain will have nonspecific, poorly localized, aching, regional pain in the tissue that includes muscles and joints. Rarely will they have sharp, clear, easily localized pain.

Renowned American physician and medical researcher Janet G. Travell pioneered techniques for treating of myofascial pain. She recognized that pain is not reducible to a single diagnosis.

For example, if a patient presents with left shoulder pain to a pulmonologist, cardiologist or orthopedic surgeon, that patient will be diagnosed in turn with reflex pain from the lung, ischemic heart pain or rotator cuff pain. More likely however, is that the patient has a problem with the skeletal muscle system about the shoulder; that is, the patient has myofascial pain.

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Isolated tender spots in muscles that hurt when compressed (also called trigger points) are characteristic of myofascial pain. A leading cause of chronic pain and disability in this country, unrecognized myofascial trigger point syndrome is also the cause of a significant amount of ineffective, expensive treatment. Muscles receive little attention in modern medical schools as a source of pain.

Myofascial trigger points are discrete, focal, hyperirritable spots located in a taut band of skeletal muscle. The spots are painful on compression and can produce referred pain, referred tenderness, and motor dysfunction. However, this is often overlooked as a source of back muscle pain because most providers that deal with pain are not taught about myofascial pain.

Trigger points are thought to develop due to increased or changed muscular demands. Overload can do this, as can poor posture – injury does not need to occur. Trigger points may also be brought about by stress and emotional illnesses, constitutional problems, visceral disease, arthritis, or joint dysfunction.

Pain from active trigger points most often presents in those aged 31-50. At this point, most people are in the mature years of maximum activity. Later in life, latent trigger points and stiffness are more common. It is important to recognize a trigger point early on when a patient presents with back muscular pain. The diagnosis of such a muscular source of pain may be easy to treat if recognized early.

Treating Myofascial Back Muscle Pain

Treating myofascial pain is much more conservative, safe and effective than treating the mistakenly diagnosed syndromes and conditions that it mimics.

Treatment Includes:

  • Injections
  • Massage
  • Stretching
  • Managing stress and tension
  • A home self-treatment program and patient education

 

When acute myofascial pain is neglected or ignored, it may become chronic and then is complicated, more painful and time-consuming and expensive to treat reliably.

 

Myofascial pain is a leading cause of pain that is easy to treat if it’s caught early. It is treatable with safe and effective methods even if it is chronic by the time a knowledgeable provider treats the patient. In order to ‘first do no harm’ as the Hippocratic Oath promises physicians will do, MPS must be considered, recognized and treated.

For additional resources, click here to read our helpful blog: 5 Quick Tips to Naturally Reduce Your Back Pain!

For natural, yet powerful relief from back pain, look no further than our full line of Well Theory products. Each product was developed by an orthopedic surgeon, who often utilizes herbal remedies and modern medicine in her treatment plans for her patients.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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

Surgeon Formulated
For Your Peace of Mind

Natural Ingredients + Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs.

100% NATURAL PAIN RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WORLDWIDE

5 Quick Tips To Naturally Reduce Your Back Pain

5 Quick Tips To Naturally Reduce Your Back Pain

Reduce Your Back Pain At Home -

and when you need to see a doctor

Back pain can take a serious toll on your day-to-day life. It can keep you from exercising, lifting things like groceries, and even sleeping comfortably. The good news is that most back pain can be alleviated safely and naturally at home without serious interventions – allowing you to get back to your normal life quickly.

Things You Can Do To Prevent Back Pain:

don't wait until back pain strikes - prevent it.

Exercise regularly. Maintaining core strength is a great way to prevent back pain from happening in the first place. Yoga is an ideal way to gently strengthen your core and improve your back’s stability! If you don’t think you’re cut out for a daily yoga practice, read our blog about why yoga is beneficial at any age or level of activity. 

Reduce inflammation. At the root of many back problems is inflammation. Avoid inflammatory foods like sugar, highly processed foods, refined carbohydrates, and excessive consumption of alcohol. 

Also consider taking a supplement that will reduce inflammation and improve joint function. Dr. Warner’s CBD Multivitamin is designed to improve your overall musculoskeletal health and prime your immune system for ideal performance. 

Things You Can Do To Relieve Back Pain

after it strikes

But what happens when you’re already experiencing back pain and it’s too late to do anything to prevent it? While taking steps to reduce inflammation and improve core stability (under the guidance of your doctor) can relieve pain that’s already happening, there are some additional steps you can take as well.

Limited Bed Rest. You’ve probably heard this advice before, but there is a reason for that – it’s often very effective in reducing back pain! You have to be sure to really rest your back – but don’t overdo it. These days, most doctors advise using bed rest only when necessary – because weak muscles can actually make your back problems worse. Most physicians recommend that one rest for only a day to three days. Muscle soreness often is the worst on about day 3 from a strain. Waiting too long to begin activity can allow the muscles to weaken and scar tissue to set in as ligaments and tendons become contracted. This makes recovery even harder.

Cold/Hot Therapy. Consider alternating ice compresses with heat packs. Cold reduces inflammation by restricting blood flow, and heat helps the muscles relax and can reduce pain. Warmth can allow for more superficial blood flow and this can support healing too.

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Alternative Therapies. Under the guidance of your physician, you may consider trying some alternative therapies for your back pain. Therapeutic massage can relieve tension in the muscles and reduce pain. Acupuncture or chiropractic adjustments are often helpful in relieving mild back pain symptoms as well. Cupping is a therapy technique that allows for more blood to enter the area of pain as well. Pairing alternative therapies with over the counter natural anti-inflammatory medicines can often help relieve pain and get you back to your regular activities.

Curating an anti-inflammatory diet filled with all the necessary vitamins and minerals your body needs to heal and recover is a great way to maintain your day-to-day health. Try out the recipes on our cooking show – and learn how every ingredient works together to reduce inflammation and improve your overall well-being from Well Theory’s founder, Dr. Meredith Warner. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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

Surgeon Formulated
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Natural Ingredients + Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs.

100% NATURAL PAIN RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WORLDWIDE

How to Relieve Back Pain

How to Relieve Back Pain

How to Relieve Back Pain

and find out what's causing it

A “backache” or back pain is one of the most common complaints of sensitivity, which most of us suffer from at some point in our lives. Pain can exist in any part of the back: the upper back, which includes the neck and shoulder area; the middle back; the lower back; or the tail bone. It can be sudden (acute) or long-lasting (chronic); intermittent or constant; limited to one area or can radiate to other parts. It may be accompanied with tingling or numbness of the extremities.

While patients of every age suffer (and wonder how they can relieve) back pain, it primarily affects adults over the age of 30.

Some of the most general causes of back pain are:

  • Strained muscles or ligaments
  • Incorrect posture while standing or walking
  • Strenuous physical exertion
  • Stress related pain
  • Obesity
  • Pregnancy
  • Injury
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Structural Problems Of The Back

and how they cause pain

Disc Pain: A ruptured, bulging, or slipping disc can lead to severe backaches and can pinch the spinal nerves, causing radiating pain to other parts of the body. Find our if your back pain is caused by a disc by reading this helpful blog!

Arthritis: Located in the bones of the spine, the back, or the hip, arthritis can lead to severe backaches.

Scoliosis: If the spine begins to curve in an abnormal way it can cause backaches.

Osteoporosis: This can make bones weak bones lead to easy fractures.

Certain diseases can also cause long-term, severe back pain. Here are just a few dieases that can result in back pain:​

 

Tuberculosis: In the spine, this disease can cause back pain, especially in immune-suppressed patients.

Cancer: Tumors of the back can cause pain if the tumor compresses onto a nerve.

Shingles/ Herpes: If located along the nerves of the back, these ailments can cause severe burning backaches.

How to Relieve Back Pain

naturally + effectively

In majority of cases, back pain relief and healing can be obtained with rest, hot compresses and occasional use of painkillers and/or muscle relaxants. In certain cases, the physician may advise use of NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) to reduce pain and inflammation.

Physiotherapy also includes application of hot/cold therapies, ultrasound, electrical stimulation and muscle relaxation and strengthening techniques.

Surgery is a choice of treatment only in cases where there are structural changes causing nerve pinching such as disc herniation, slipped disc, or fractured vertebrae.

Regular exercise helps relieve back pain by strengthening the back muscles and ligaments in addition to keeping body weight under control. Exercise also helps improve flexibility. Correct body posture while standing, sitting, and walking helps prevent back pain recurrence. When lifting things, patients should carefully bend at the knees instead of bending at the back to reduce the pressure on the back muscles. At times, incorrect mattresses can also cause backaches; a firm mattress that keeps the spine straight can also help relieve back pain.

To reduce back pain naturally, reach for Well Theory’s Bone & Joint Health Multivitamin! This multi was carefully curated by orthopedic surgeon Dr. Meredith Warner, based on her most common vitamin recommendations for her patients. It contains pure Full Spectrum CBD to naturally engage your body’s inflammatory response to holistically reduce pain + inflammation over time.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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

Surgeon Formulated
For Your Peace of Mind

Natural Ingredients + Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs.

100% NATURAL PAIN RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WORLDWIDE

Is It a Herniated Disc?

Is It a Herniated Disk?

Could Your Back Pain

be a herniated disk?

Back pain is one of the most common problems that people suffer from, and most will experience it at some point during their lifetime. In fact, according to the ACA, “low back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide.” With back pain being so common, it’s not surprising that many people experience it without knowing the cause could be a herniated disc.

What Is a Herniated Disc?

As you may know, your spine is a collection of 26 vertebrae with cushioning discs between them that protect your bones and help to absorb shock placed on the spine from everyday activities. A herniated disc is a protrusion from this disc that results from injury and causes the disc to protrude out from it’s normal position, causing pain and discomfort.

What Are the Symptoms

of a herniated disc?

Identifying whether or not you have a herniated disc is of course best left to your physician, but there are several symptoms to keep an eye out for that can help you to identify whether or not your suffering from a herniated disc.

  • pain or numbness on one side of your body
  • pain that gets worse at night
  • pain while standing or sitting
  • tingling or burning sensations near the affected area
  • pain while bending forward and returning upright
  • shooting pain that travels to your arms or legs

The severity of these symptoms and the pain associated with them will vary, but it is recommended that you seek professional medical care should you experience any of these symptoms, so that the root cause of your pain can be properly identified.

How to Know

if you have a herniated disc

The only way to know you have a herniated disc with certainty is to be examined by a doctor. Your doctor will give you a physical examination in order to identify the source of your pain.

In addition to nerve function and strength tests, your doctor may using imaging tests to examine your spine in detail such as:

  • X-Rays
  • MRIs
  • CT scans
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How is a Herniated Disc Treated?

As with an injury, there are a variety of treatment options and a herniated disc is no different. Treatments can range from pain medication to help manage your pain to surgery in severe cases. Your treatment method will depend on the severity of the disc’s displacement and the level of discomfort you’re feeling. Some common treatment methods include:

  • Physical therapy
  • An exercise program to help strengthen your back muscles
  • Over the counter pain medication and/or muscle relaxers
  • Avoiding heavy lifting and strenuous activity temporarily

In more severe cases, your doctor may recommend surgery if your condition isn’t responding well to the more common treatments. Surgery can be done to remove the damaged portion of the disc or could mean actually removing the disk completely or replacing it with an artificial disc.

If your doctor doesn’t think your condition is severe enough for surgical intervention, holistic therapies and herbal remedies can go a long way in helping relieve your back pain. Browse through our surgeon-developed, naturally pain-relieving products today! You can also read our blog, 5 Quick Tips To Naturally Reduce Your Back Pain, for more at-home relief.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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

Surgeon Formulated
For Your Peace of Mind

Natural Ingredients + Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs.

100% NATURAL PAIN RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WORLDWIDE