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What to Ask When Looking for a Prolotherapist

  • How much of the practice is dedicated to Prolotherapy? At least 50% of the doctor’s practice should be Prolotherapy and better if it is more.
  • Does the doctor do Prolotherapy on every joint (back, knee’s shoulder, neck, ankle, feet, wrist, hand, etc)? If not, then ask why.
  • Does the doctor do the Prolotherapy himself? Only a skilled, trained MD or DO should be doing the injections; not an assistant or mid-level practitioner (PA, Nurse Practitioner, etc).
  • Where did the doctor learn their Prolotherapy skills? And do they take continuing education in it on a regular basis. Better yet if the doctor instructs others how to do it.

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