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Knee osteoarthritis treatment

May
04
2015

Prolotherapy Knee Osteoarthritis Research

Ross Hauser, MD 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…

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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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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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Jan
01
2010

Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis in Older Athletes

Hip and Knee osteoarthritis and hip and knee arthroplasty are more commonly found in former male elite athletes than expected. (1) few competitive or recreational long-distance runners suffer severe joint injuries The notion that sports and recreational activities cause an…

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Jan
01
2010

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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Jan
01
2010

Osteoarthritis involves more than just cartilage

Osteoarthrosis involves a lot more than cartilage: Study confirms bone marrow and synovium important to pain sensation in joint degeneration Osteoarthritis typically does not include many inflammatory signs. Most of the tissues involved with the disease are degenerative. Recently a study involving 160 participants…

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Jan
01
2010

Articular Cartilage Regeneration

Prolotherapy offices who employ Comprehensive Prolotherapy use a different approach to treating chronic pain. This means that based on the individual patient, following a physical examination and patient history, we can determine which variants of Prolotherapy can provide the best…

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