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Meniscus Surgery – A Failed Surgery Being Over Used

Meniscus are C-shaped material in the knee which act as shock absorbers between the femur (upper leg) and tibia (lower leg). Each joint has two menisci to balance the body weight evenly and keep the knee stable. Menisci are often damaged in people who are active in sports (running, biking,

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Stem Cell Treatment An Alternative to Joint Replacement

Joint replacements are on the rise. They have increased so much that, in the last ten years, knee replacements have more than doubled and hip replacements more than tripled. i As life expectancy increases, this number will continue to go up. Arthritis is the most common cause of chronic knee

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Avoiding Knee Replacement with Regenerative Orthopedics

Knee pain, like all other types of joint pain, can appear suddenly or become an ongoing, chronic condition. The most common cause of chronic knee pain and disability is arthritis, which frequently results in knee replacement. Knee pain can also be caused by conditions like bursitis, tendonitis, sports injuries, degenerative

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Joint Surgery? Think Again! Learn About Prolotherapy

Most orthopedic surgeries usually do not require a quick decision. That is why they are called elective surgeries. The surgeon, the hospital or you can elect whether or not to have them. Remember that once surgery is done, there is no going back. Even if it does not work out

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Chronic Pain? – Prolotherapy May be the Answer

  Many of us have aches or pains that just won’t go away no matter what we do. Medications, rest, physical therapy, acupuncture, manipulation, etc. Somehow that pain either never goes away or just keeps coming back. But one thing many of us have not tried is Prolotherapy. Prolotherapy is

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Cortisone – Is it Really Good for You

  Want to weaken your ligament-bone junction – then get cortisone injected into that area. Cortisone and other steroid injections all have the same detrimental effects on articular cartilage. Corticosteroids (steroids), such as cortisone and Prednisone, have an adverse effect on bone and soft tissue healing. They inhibit the synthesis

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Prolotherapy for Shoulder

  Rotator cuff tears, AC joint separations, sprained or strained shoulders, unstable joint, impingement syndromes all are all well-known injuries in shoulders. This is because shoulder problems are common with both recreational and more serious athletes. Each of these injuries, and more can be effectively treated with Prolotherapy. Prolotherapy has

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Prolotherapy – Is It For You

        Prolotherapy is a natural and effective treatment to strengthen specific areas and eliminate the pain. Prolotherapy stimulates the body to repair the painful area and starts the growth of new healthy, strong tissue. One’s body – and their own immune system – proliferates the tissue. What

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Chronic Pain or Injuries? Prolotherapy Might be the Answer

Many of us have aches or pains that just won’t go away no matter what we do. Medications, rest, physical therapy, acupuncture, manipulation, etc. Somehow that pain either never goes away or just keeps coming back. But one thing many of us have not tried is Prolotherapy. Prolotherapy is a

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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

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