Our Story: Pelvic Floor Dysfunction helped with Prolotherapy and Natural Medicine

Posted on Posted in Anna Hamman, Remarkable Recoveries, Volume 3 : Issue 1 : February 2011

By Anna Hamman This road has been long and hard. I am so very thankful to have found Prolotherapy without which I would never be able to say with confidence that this road is ending, and my life is again beginning. My name is Anna Hamman, I have a wonderfully supportive husband, and a wild and more »

Knee Coronary Ligament Injury and How it Can be Cured Successfully with Prolotherapy!

Posted on Posted in Jörn Funck, MD, Remarkable Recoveries, Volume 2 : Issue 3 : August 2010

By Jörn Funck, MD A very common knee problem, especially with sports men and women, is a lesion of the coronary ligament. Nevertheless, many doctors and even knee experts have never heard of this specific ligament and its problems. The coronary ligament runs from the meniscus to the tibial plateau edge (medial and lateral), on the more »

The Resolution of Grade I Lumbar Retrolisthesis with Prolotherapy: A Case Study

Posted on Posted in Glen M. Batson, DC, Remarkable Recoveries, Rob Werstine, BA, Robert Banner, MD, Volume 2 : Issue 2 : May 2010

By Robert Banner, MD, Glen M. Batson, DC, Rob Werstine, BA, BScPT, DIP. SPORT, DIP. MANIP, FCAMT, & Freddie Smith ABSTRACT Prolotherapy is indispensable when considering biomechanical correction in the treatment of pain associated with ligament laxity. This 51 year old male was referred for assessment and treatment of a 15 year history of chronic low back pain. more »

My Journey Toward Wholeness: A Comprehensive Approach to Fibromyalgia Treatment from a Therapist-Patient Perspective

Posted on Posted in Jane E. Meyers, OTR/L, Remarkable Recoveries, Volume 2 : Issue 2 : May 2010

By Jane E. Meyers, OTR/L ABSTRACT This article is a revealing personal case study of Jane Meyers, an occupational therapist who experienced symptoms of fibromyalgia during an extremely stressful period of her life. Through careful history, self-assessment and treatment from other medical professionals, she began a journey of healing from the pain and mental fog which more »

Prolotherapy for Professional Sport Injuries

Posted on Posted in Paul C. Kramm, MD, Remarkable Recoveries, Volume 2 : Issue 1 : February 2010

By Paul C. Kramm, MD A professional athlete’s career frequently depends on the ability to bounce back from injuries that are an unfortunate but routine part of their sport. All too often we hear of a lengthy interruption in a professional athlete’s participation or the premature ending of an athlete’s career due to injury. It is more »

Non-Operative Treatment of Cervical Radiculopathy: A Three Part Article from the Approach of a Physiatrist, Chiropractor, and Physical Therapists

Posted on Posted in Glen M. Batson, DC, Remarkable Recoveries, Ross A. Hauser, MD, Volume 1 : Issue 4 : November 2009

By Ross A. Hauser, MD, Glen M. Batson, DC, & Chris Ferrigno, MS, PT ABSTRACT The painful condition resulting from soft tissue damage and degenerative disc changes causing pressure on a cervical nerve root is called cervical radiculopathy. It often produces agonizing neck pain, a burning sensation, along with numbness radiating down the arms, shoulder blades, and back, more »

The Use of Prolotherapy in the Treatment of Chronic Overuse Shoulder and Neck Pain, Neurogenic Pain and Hip Degeneration in an Incomplete C4-C5 Spinal Cord Injury Patient

Posted on Posted in Remarkable Recoveries, Ross A. Hauser, MD, Volume 1 : Issue 3 : August 2009

By Ross A. Hauser, MD & Kimberly A. Gruen, BA ABSTRACT Chronic pain, osteoporosis, and joint degeneration are common problems facing a spinal cord injury (SCI) patient. To date, there are no published case studies documenting the effectiveness of Prolotherapy in reducing pain and improving joint function in SCI patients. The following is a case study of the more »

Three Cases of Chronic Pain Relieved with Prolotherapy in Hong Kong Clinic

Posted on Posted in Remarkable Recoveries, Stanley King Hei Lam, MBBS, Volume 1 : Issue 3 : August 2009

By Stanley King Hei Lam, MBBS, PGDIP, MSM(OTAGO), FHKAM(FM), FRACGP, FHKCFP ABSTRACT Hong Kong physician, Dr. Stanley Lam provides the reader with not only his personal story of years of pain from athletic injuries relieved with self-administered Prolotherapy, but those of two other cases—one patient with spinal cord compression and another with undiagnosed Barre-Lieou Syndrome whose more »

20-Year History of Chronic Body Pain Cured with Prolotherapy

Posted on Posted in George H. Kramer, MD, Remarkable Recoveries, Volume 1 : Issue 2 : May 2009

By George H. Kramer, MD ABSTRACT This article discusses the case of 57 year-old Bill B, a dentist, who suffered from chronic pain from ligamentous laxity and degenerative disc disease in the cervical, lumbar and thoracic spine. His headaches and back pain were treated successfully with Prolotherapy even after many years of other treatments with failed more »

Road to Prolotherapy: An Athlete’s Prolotherapy Story

Posted on Posted in Michelle Murphy, Remarkable Recoveries, Volume 1 : Issue 2 : May 2009

By Michelle Murphy ABSTRACT I am a long distance runner, who, over a number of years, developed sacroiliac joint pain, iliotibial band problems, piriformis syndrome, patella femoral syndrome, and pain all along my entire right side. I had sought out treatment as these problems progressed in severity, from both the allopathic community as well as extensive more »

Standard Clinical X-ray Studies Document Cartilage Regeneration in Five Degenerated Knees After Prolotherapy

Posted on Posted in Joseph J. Cukla, LPN, Remarkable Recoveries, Ross A. Hauser, MD, Volume 1 : Issue 1 : February 2009

By Ross A. Hauser, MD & Joseph J. Cukla, LPN ABSTRACT Degenerative joint disease is the most common form of arthritis. The condition is marked by progressive destruction of the articular cartilage which is easily documented by standard X-ray studies. The regeneration of this articular cartilage in clinical practice has been difficult. Five knees with articular cartilage degeneration more »