By Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD Injuries to the ankle are the most common orthopedic injuries in sports, especially volleyball, basketball, football, and jogging. So we see many patients with ankle pain/sprain. In this article, we will look at the treatment of ankle and foot injury with Prolotherapy. A doctor’s guide to Prolotherapy treatment of the […]
Scott R. Greenberg, MD Many of us who have had back pain will also feel the pain radiating down the leg, into the hip, and into the buttock. It takes a great degree of skill, experience, and knowledge to determine what the appropriate treatment is for a patient with these symptoms. We cannot just rely […]
Scott R. Greenberg, MD As you know, most people in this country will suffer with back pain at some time in their life. In many cases, the pain will resolve on its own in a week or so. But for others, the pain becomes chronic and a life-long journey may take place to alleviate that […]
Marc Darrow, MD There are many structures in the lower back that can cause severe pain. These include muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones, joints and discs. For example, the outer rim of the disc can be a significant source of back pain due to its rich nerve supply and tendency toward injury. During our body’s development, […]
This video shows Ross Hauser, MD conducting a Hackett Hemwall Prolotherapy teaching session. In this session, the student is treating a patient for big toe and bunion pain, after joint replacement surgery left her with residual foot pain.