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 »

Pubic Symphysis Treatment by Prolotherapy

Posted on Posted in Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD, Teaching Techniques, Volume 2 : Issue 3 : August 2010

By Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD Injuries to the pubic symphysis and pubic ramus are common. They occur in many sports and can be associated with pregnancy and following delivery. These injuries often cause severe pubic/groin pain and profound tenderness around the injured area. These injuries account for a great deal of disability and discomfort and more »

Prolotherapy Injection Technique of the Elbow

Posted on Posted in Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD, Teaching Techniques, Volume 2 : Issue 1 : February 2010

By Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD Prolotherapy injections into and around the elbow produce very rewarding results with a 90% success rate at eliminating or greatly reducing pain. We will first review some elbow anatomy. The elbow contains three separate joints; the humeroulnar, humeroradial, and radioulnar joints. The osseous stability of these joints is reinforced by more »

Shoulder Prolotherapy Injection Technique

Posted on Posted in Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD, Teaching Techniques, Volume 1 : Issue 4 : November 2009

By Rodney S. Van Pelt, MD As with other joints in the body, Prolotherapy is routinely the preferred treatment option for chronic shoulder pain/injury. Prolotherapy can be used successfully for treating most chronic injuries of the shoulder including rotator cuff injuries and tears, arthritis, sprains, and AC separation. Prolotherapy is 85-90% successful in stimulating healing of more »