Journal of Prolotherapy International Medical Editorial Board Consensus Statement on the Use of Prolotherapy for Musculoskeletal Pain

Posted on Posted in Babette Gladstein, VMD, Donna Alderman, DO, Garrett Swetlikoff, ND, Gary B. Clark, MD, MPA, George H. Kramer, MD, Gunter Baehnisch, MD, Joan Resk, DO, JD, John Neustadt, ND, Jörn Funck, MD, José Eleazar Calderón, MD, José Hector Salazar, MD, Mark Delaurentis, MD, Mark L. Johnson, MD, FACS, Mark T. Wheaton, MD, Peter J. Blakemore, DO, Robert Banner, MD, Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD, Ross A. Hauser, MD, Shaun Fauley, DVM, Volume 3 : Issue 4 : December 2011

By Ross A. Hauser, MD, Havil S. Maddela, BS, Donna Alderman, DO, Gunter Baehnisch, MD, Robert Banner, MD, Peter J. Blakemore, DO, José Eleazar Calderón, MD, Gary B. Clark, MD, Mark DeLaurentis, MD, Shaun Fauley, DVM, Jörn Funck, MD, Babette Gladstein, VMD,Mark L. Johnson, MD, FACS, George H. Kramer, MD, John Neustadt, ND, Joan Resk, DO, JD, José Hector Salazar, MD, Garret Swetlikoff, ND, Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD, & Mark T. Wheaton, MD more »

Stem Cell Prolotherapy in Regenerative Medicine: Background, Theory and Protocols

Posted on Posted in Donna Alderman, DO, Gerald R. Harris, DO, Robert W. Alexander, MD, DMD, FICS, Volume 3 : Issue 3 : August 2011, Wonder Why?

By Donna D. Alderman, DO, Robert W. Alexander, MD, DMD, FICS, Gerald R. Harris, DO, & Patrick C. Astourian, MS, PA-C ABSTRACT Prolotherapy is a proven technique for resolving musculoskeletal pain, but can have limitations if tissue damage is too severe. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Prolotherapy offers a physiologic tool in some of those cases, but this too may more »

A History of the American College of Osteopathic Sclerotherapeutic Pain Management, the Oldest Prolotherapy Organization

Posted on Posted in Donna Alderman, DO, In the Spotlight, Volume 1 : Issue 4 : November 2009

By Donna Alderman, DO ABSTRACT Modern Prolotherapy evolved from the insights and courage of a few doctors in the early part of the 1900s. These pioneers would then form groups to teach others, share knowledge, and improve techniques. The earliest record of such a group started as the American Society of Herniologists in 1926, now known more »

Why Prolotherapy is the Strongest Weapon I have found against Chronic Pain and Sports Injuries

Posted on Posted in Donna Alderman, DO, Volume 1 : Issue 2 : May 2009, Wonder Why?

By Donna Alderman, DO When a person becomes a physician, he or she learns the Hippocratic Oath which sets down the rules for practicing medicine. The first and foremost rule of this doctrine is “to help, or at least, do no harm.” Musculoskeletal pain issues, such as low back pain, neck pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, elbow more »