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May
26
2015

Percutaneous Disc Decompression for Herniated Discs

Percutaneous Disc Decompression for Herniated Discs Percutaneous disc decompression involves dissolving or removing parts of a herniated disc to alleviate back pain. This therapy is used for patients who present with low back pain and numbness with pain radiating down one or both…

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May
22
2015

Discectomy – Microdiscectomy options

Discectomy – Microdiscectomy Spinal surgery cannot only fail to relieve pain; it may in fact cause more pain. In many instances the surgery itself can cause more complication than it fixes. This is seen in procedures like discectomy (removal of…

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May
17
2015

Surgery or Physical Therapy for Knee Pain?

When faced with knee injury, what is a patient’s better option: surgery or physical therapy? If you have been reading our blog posts you know that we advocate Prolotherapy as an alternative to knee surgery and physical therapy because in…

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May
13
2015

Opportunities and challenges of regenerating cartilage

Prolotherapy research update: May 13, 2015 In this article first published in the Journal of Prolotherapy, the regeneration of cartilage is discussed using Prolotherapy. This is a non-surgical technique. Because cartilage has a poor ability to heal, surgeons are now following…

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May
13
2015

Platelet rich plasma therapy in surgery

Platelet rich plasma therapy in surgery Comprehensive Prolotherapy involves the use of Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)  as a healing component. The treatment is delivered in a non-surgical simple injection procure. The healing potential of  PRP has not been lost…

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May
11
2015

Alternative to Meniscus Surgery

In the past Meniscal Surgery for Knee Osteoarthritis was considered the first line treatment for patients with meniscus problems and knee pain. In the companion article to this post Arthroscopic knee surgery for osteoarthritis – research is documented…

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May
07
2015

ACL Injury Prevention and Treatment in Female Athletes

It’s been recognized for years that female athletes are more likely to suffer from anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injures than their male counterparts. In fact in a 2015 paper, doctors said that the incidence of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries…

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May
06
2015

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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