Prolotherapy to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament

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Do you need an ACL to play recreational sports? Ross Hauser, MD A paper published in December 2017 by Turkish physicians in the journal Acta orthopaedica et traumatologica turcica weighed in on the ACL surgery or not debate. “Whether surgical or conservative treatment is more effective in allowing patients to return to physical activity after […]

Prolotherapy & Connective Tissue Damage Syndrome

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Mark Johnson, MD, FACS From the Journal of Prolotherapy, Mark Johnson, M.D., writes that Prolotherapy is an important clinical tool to treat damaged connective tissue—ligaments, tendons, cartilage, meniscus, labrum, fascia, etc. But perhaps a greater contribution made by Prolotherapy is that it sheds light on an important medical mystery. That is, when someone has pain […]

L4-L5 Back Pain

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The Resolution of Grade I Lumbar Retrolisthesis with Prolotherapy: A Case Study. Journal of Prolotherapy. 2010;2(2):352-355. The Physician’s Perspective Robert Banner, MD People want to be healed! For many with chronic pain, they are told there is nothing else that can be done. They are told to live with the pain and cope as best […]