Alternative Positioning for Injecting the Iliolumbar and Short and Long Dorso-Sacroiliac Ligaments using Prolotherapy

Posted on Posted in Roy Bechtel, PT, PhD, Scott Benjamin, PT, DScPT, Teaching Techniques, Volume 2 : Issue 2 : May 2010

By Ann Auburn, DO, Scott Benjamin, PT, DSCPT, & Roy Bechtel, PT, PHD ABSTRACT Background Content: This skill paper investigates the ramifications of an alternative method to inject the iliolumbar (IL) and the dorso-sacroiliac ligaments (DL). Both the IL and the DL are very important to pelvic control and are needed for sacral stability. The IL and the DL more »

Increase in Cross Sectional Area of the Iliolumbar Ligament using Prolotherapy Agents: An Ultrasonic Case Study

Posted on Posted in Ann Auburn, DO, Fantastic Findings, Roy Bechtel, PT, PhD, Scott Benjamin, PT, DScPT, Stacey Matthews, MS, PT, Volume 1 : Issue 3 : August 2009

By Ann Auburn, DO, Scott Benjamin, PT, DSCPT, Roy Bechtel, PT, PHD, & Stacey Matthews ABSTRACT Background Content: This case study examined the effects of a single Prolotherapy injection series on the left iliolumbar ligament. The ligament measurements were split between medial and lateral portions of the iliolumbar ligament and we hypothesized that growth would occur increasing the cross more »