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Hartley Medical is voluntarily recalling three lots of Prolotherapy with Phenol, Injectable to the hospital/user level due to non-sterility concerns.

Source: FDA.gov

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The Biology of Prolotherapy and Its Application in Clinical Cervical Spine Instability and Chronic Neck Pain: A Retrospective Study

Authors information:

Ross A. Hauser1, Danielle Steilen1, Karina Gordin2, *

1Caring Medical & Rehabilitation Services, Oak Park, IL, USA

2HealthWright, Wayland, MA, USA

Abstract:

Background: In an effort to facilitate the diagnosis and treatment of clinical cervical spine instability (CCSI) and chronic neck pain, we investigated the role of proliferative injection Prolotherapy in the reduction of pain and recovery of constitutional and neurological symptoms associated with increased intervertebral motion, structural deformity and irritation of nerve roots. 197 more words

Scientific Articles

When a Bandage Won't Fix It

 

Wrapping an ankle injury may get you through the day, but ignoring the problem or delaying treatment may make the condition worse. A local foot and ankle surgeon has a message for those suffering from ankle pain, whether it is an old injury that might not have healed properly or one that had limited treatment options in the past: Get your ankles checked. 334 more words

Foot Pain

How it all started for me

There is something to moving to Vancouver. The wanting to keep fit is infectious here or let’s just blame it on me missing my gyming days from 6 months ago before school :). 643 more words

Does Prolotherapy Work for Lower Back Pain?

What if someone told you that an injection of sugar water could help treat joint pain?

It sounds like a hoax. But in fact, this is exactly what happens in prolotherapy. 254 more words

Pain Management

The what, how and why of Prolotherapy!

WHAT IS PROLOTHERAPY?
Joints weaken when ligaments and tendons are stretched, torn or fragmented, causing the joint to become hyper-mobile and painful. Traditional approaches with anti-infl ammatory drugs and surgery often fail to stabilize these joints and relieve pain permanently. 672 more words

Here we go again....

I suppose my last post was fitting, considering I just found out yet again I have a Labral Tear!!!!! >:-O

Very angry face.

This time around it is accompanied by a torn ligament as well, lucky me. 553 more words