What is Prolotherapy?

A regenerative medicine treatment that stimulates repair and pain relief for arthritic joints, sports injuries, and other painful conditions. Prolotherapy is used to treat a wide array of musculoskeletal conditions to help patients get back to performing all of their desired activities.

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About Prolotherapy

Prolotherapy is a medical treatment that stimulates your body to repair or regenerate itself addressing such conditions as back pain, knee arthritis, headaches, work-related or sports injuries providing a permanent solution to underlying causes of many painful conditions.

This site offers comprehensive knowledge and research on Prolotherapy, beginning with doctors Hackett and Hemwall’s pioneering work, passed on to Dr. Ross Hauser who has continued with their work to this day. This unbroken chain of knowledge since the 1950’s makes the information on this site the most credible and authoritative source on Prolotherapy.

From the Prolotherapy Blog

Nov
21
2014

Prolotherapy Knee Osteoarthritis Research

Research into the use of  Prolotherapy injections for knee osteoarthritis Numerous studies have been published to show the effectiveness of Prolotherapy in various knee disorders including Caring Medical research on  Prolotherapy’s effectiveness in regenerating knee cartilage. In research appearing in the Journal of Alternative…

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Nov
20
2014

Plantar Fasciitis | Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

Research into the use of  Platelet-rich plasma injections for heel pain from the plantar fascia Plantar fasciitis is a painful foot condition involving the connective tissue (fascia) along the bottom of the foot. It commonly causes pain upon the first steps…

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Nov
18
2014

New Prolotherapy Research | Chronic Neck Pain

Prolotherapy Research Chronic Neck Pain: This article is a free access article on the use of Prolotherapy for Chronic Neck Pain – Print the entire article using ADOBE PDF Chronic Neck Pain Chronic Neck Pain: Making the Connection Between Capsular Ligament…

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Sep
12
2014

The Link Between Depression and Back Pain, Part 2

In our last post we explored the various changes in brain stucture and function that occur in chronic low back pain patients, indicating that chronic pain has a clear and direct link to feelings of depression, anxiety, poor memory and…

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Apr
13
2014

The Link Between Back Pain and Depression, Part 1

Chronic pain patients often experience depression and and/or anxiety over their painful state. Chronic neck and back pain patients often complain of bad memory, muddled thinking, and feelings of depression and anxiety. Research from Northwestern University in Chicago shows the cellular…

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Apr
10
2014

Obesity, Disc Height Changes and Low Back Pain

What happens when an obese person with low back pain loses weight? According to research published in the journal Spine, quite a few positive outcomes. Obesity’s impact on the low back Researchers observed thirty morbidly obese patients with low back…

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Apr
02
2014

Temporomandibular Joint Pain (TMJ)

Researchers say tha they see appreciable improvements in the number of episodes of dislocation and clicking after Prolotherapy. The overall success rate, defined as the absence of any further dislocation or subluxation for more than 6 months, was 91%. Of…

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Mar
21
2014

Hypermobile Joints Can Cause Chronic Pain

A common and often very overlooked joint condition, known as benign congenital hypermobility (BCH), can cause late onset chronic pain along with a plethora of other complications. An estimated 12% of the adult population in the world may have BCH,…

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Published Research

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Prolotherapy treatment has gained tremendous momentum in the sports medicine arena, because athletes do not want to stop training for an event or give up on scholarships.

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