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Knee osteoarthritis treatment

Jun
19
2013

PRP for the Athlete with Knee Osteoarthritis

Research: PRP works for knee osteoarthritis in athletes – for a while Many times a patient will come into a Prolotherapy office with a diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis and a request – “Show me the studies on PRP (Platelet Rich…

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Jun
14
2013

PRP for Early Knee Osteoarthritis

A recent study out of the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York showed promising results for platelet-rich plasma (PRP) use in early knee osteoarthritis.1 22 patients diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis and with arthritis-related pain for 14 months were given…

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Jun
09
2013

Hyaluronic Acid for Knee Osteoarthritis

Hyaluronic Acid for Knee Osteoarthritis Research continues to stack up against this injection treatment (commonly known as Synvisc) for knee pain. A more recent study compiled close to 90 studies on hyaluronic acid.1 The results showed that it is just…

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May
27
2013

Dextrose Prolotherapy Proves Effective in Knee Osteoarthritis Trial

While Ross Hauser, MD and the team at Caring Medical have documented research on Prolotherapy’s effectiveness in regenerating knee cartilage, new research out of the University of Wisconsin, Madison is also proving the success of Prolotherapy in knee osteoarthritis.1 Prolotherapy Provides…

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Dec
04
2012

Statins for Osteoarthritis Knee Pain? Really?

Recent research suggests that cholesterol-lowering drugs may help knee osteoarthritis. Do we recommend the use of statins for knee pain? NO! We do not feel that we need to make an argument for the non-usage of statin in knee pain,…

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Dec
02
2012

A New Drug for Knee Osteoarthritis?

A recent article in Medscape reviewed a study released on the use of the pharmaceutical strontium ranelate for patients with knee osteoarthritis. In this study, 1,863 knee osteoarthritis patients were treated with either 1g/day, 2g/day or a placebo for three…

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Nov
26
2012

Ligament Injury’s Effect of Cartilage Breakdown

The importance of treating ligament injury cannot be overstated. Musculoskeletal pain and instability is often rooted in ligament injury. Left untreated, or mistreated in many cases, ligament damage leads to further pain and injury. As stated in a previous article,…

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