Pain Management

When you feel pain, your body is sending you a signal you shouldn’t ignore. Pain is subject to many factors, including memories, expectations and emotions. The good news is that you can do something about all different kinds of pain – from simple to chronic.

  • Massage. Find a massage therapist to relax any muscles in spasm to increase circulation. Consider purchasing books on self or couples massage, and practice techniques with a friend.
  • Mental Health. Consider working with a mental health practitioner who has pain management skills.
  • Keep a diary. Record your level of pain every hour and see how it is related to the time of day, your mood, fatigue, stress, and what you are doing.
  • Make pain your friend. Once you hear and understand the basis of your pain, you may regain control of the pain and of your life.
  • Relax your body. The medical evidence is strong that relaxation techniques can reduce chronic pain.
  • Exercise. Movement distracts you from pain and helps your body to release endorphins – natural painkillers
  • Meditate. If you are constantly thinking about your pain, meditation can help you. Meditators often realize you can control you pain.
  • Use guided imagery. Work with a trained professional, or purchase a book or tape.
  • Nurture yourself. At least half an hour a day doing some activity that gives you pleasure. Rediscover how joyful your body can feel.


Water. Drink 6-8 glasses of water daily. Pain is sometimes due to simple dehydration.



The SCENAR (Self Controlled Energo Neuro Adaptive Regulator) is a simple yet powerful biofeedback device that aids the human body in the self-healing process – often quickly and dramatically.



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  • Adrenal Panel
  • Organics Panel
  • Patient Specific Lab u/u

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Dianne has always help me understand the complicated issues of hypothyroidism, understanding the symptoms and long term effects. She has helped with my dietary needs and overall well being. Highly recommend if you are still feeling the symptoms even if your on traditional medications.

—- MC

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I have worked with Dianne Hinton at Calmglow for 4 years. I receive calls from new patients every day. I think the best part of talking with new patients is that I give them the knowledge and hope in knowing that I–like all of Dianne’s staff–was her patient before her employee. I think that says a lot about Dianne as a practitioner. She is very compassionate and caring towards each individual patient.

— Cindy Toste

Diane Hinton saved my life!

After over a year of traditional doctors misdiagnosing and mistreating my illness, Diane immediately got it right. She identified the root cause of my illness, and I went from being chronically ill to healed and healthy in less than a year. Diane listens to and cares for her patients like no one I’ve ever known. I highly recommend her for diagnosing the true health issues, rather than just treating your symptoms.

— Sarah Hayes

My husband and I just love Calmglow …

Just what is Functional Medicine?  Simply put…. I call it getting to the “cause” of a health issue. Rashes, High Pressure, Arthritis, Obesity, Insomnia, and Fatigue are a few of the issues she’s helped us with.  But what I really like best is; she doesn’t say “here, take this pill” and it’ll “treat the symptoms”.  She treats the “cause” of those symptoms so they truly go away without requiring “pills”.  Our bodies are healing, and the we feel we’re the healthiest we’ve been in a long time! What we’ve discovered about the manner in which our bodies “had been” functioning previously, from the in depth tests she recommends, was pretty astounding. We’ve learned so much since starting to see her as our practitioner, I would never choose to go back to an Allopathic doctor!