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 »

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 »