Letter from outside the U.S.

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Dear Dr. Hauser, I very much enjoyed the Journal of Prolotherapy, as it addresses doctors and patients, the kind of patient that seeks out healing options. I searched through the internet to research my treatment options, and educated myself on Prolotherapy and its benefits. The Journal of Prolotherapy is another resource for people making informed more »

Emails from Clive Sinoff, MD

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Email #1: Dr. Hauser and the entire publication staff should be congratulated on achieving the publication of this important journal. For reasons which I cannot comprehend, Prolotherapy has been ignored and greeted with hostility. This publication takes an important step in furthering the knowledge and use of this highly effective therapy. In the article by Hauser more »

Emails from Ken Allen

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First email: I just wanted to say thanks for your article online about the detrimental effects of RICE treatment and NSAIDs on ligament and tendon healing. I came across your article after suffering terrible extensor tendonitis in my right foot, while ramping up mileage too quickly in marathon training. I followed your advice, skipped the ice more »

Letter from Scott Greenberg, MD

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Scott Greenberg MD practices Prolotherapy in Cheery Hill, New Jersey Why can’t conventional medicine find your pain? Pain is often misunderstood and mismanaged in traditional medical settings. While many of us hurt or have hurt to various degrees during our lifetime, there is no traditional test to ‘quantify’ our pain, nor does the series of happy and more »

Letters from Clive Sinoff, MD

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By Ross A. Hauser, MD & Clive Sinoff, MD To the Editor, Dr. Van Pelt has given an excellent description of prolotherapy of the foot and ankle.1 He states that “If the tendon has a complete rupture then orthopedic surgery is required and referral will be made promptly”. However, there are articles showing that conservative treatment (without prolotherapy) more »

Testosterone could be a Prolotherapy Doctor’s and a Patient’s Best Friend!

Posted on Posted in Great News Corner, Letters to the Editor, Ross A. Hauser, MD, Volume 2 : Issue 4 : November 2010

By Ross A. Hauser, MD It is well known to physicians who treat athletes that female athletes have a significantly higher prevalence of injuries to ligaments, such as the anterior cruciate ligament, than male athletes in the same sports. While some explanations for this discrepancy can include gender-related differences in bony structure or ligament size, endurance, more »

Ozone Prolotherapy course in Mexico: A letter from José Eleazar Calderón de la Fuente, MD following the FIOOT Prolotherapy course in Mexico City

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By Ross A. Hauser, MD & José Eleazar Calderón de la Fuente, MD LETTER FROM READER Dear Dr. Ross Hauser, I want to inform you that the first course of Prolotherapy in Mexico City, has been a success. The course took place on November 27th and 28th 2009. It was organized by the International Federation of Ozone Oxygen more »

Letter from Timothy Speciale, DO & Letter from Barbara Young

Posted on Posted in Letters to the Editor, Volume 2 : Issue 1 : February 2010

By Timothy Speciale, DO & Barbara Young My name is Timothy L. Speciale, D.O. I am an Osteopathic Physician who specializes in Non-Surgical Orthopaedic Medicine and Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine. I have been actively practicing Prolotherapy since 1992. I have had the good fortune to have been trained and treated by Dr. Gustav Hemwall who was the more »