Prolotherapy may be the answer for you.
Countless people live in chronic pain as a result of injury or illness. A car accident, sports injury, strain, sprain, whiplash or other accident can leave a legacy of pain. The pain may range from discomfort to disabling, and may be located in the back, neck, shoulders, knees or other joints and muscles. Many experience partial relief from medication, chiropractic treatments or surgery, but the effects are often temporary. Many people find themselves limiting the activities that they love to do as they resign themselves to a life of pain.
There is an alternative!
Proliferant therapy, or prolotherapy is a non-surgical technique that stimulates the body's own natural healing ability. Prolotherapy is also known as regenerative injection therapy or RIT. It involves the injection of natural substances to the site of an injury. These injections stimulate a healing response, using body’s own immune system to repair the injury.
Prolotherapy specialists, Dr. Thomashefsky and Dr. Adams have helped countless patients to reduce or eliminate chronic pain without recurrence as treated areas return to normal function. Patients have returned to the full, vigorous lifestyle they enjoyed before their injury or illness.
To find out more about Prolotherapy...
First, spend some time reviewing prolotherapy and PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapy at this site. Listen to Dr. Thomashefsky’s audio attachment on how prolotherapy works. Highlights include a list of commonly treated conditions.
Each person is unique, so the best approach is to register for a consultation to find out whether Regenerative Injection Therapy would be a good option for your recovery.
Offices for Regenerative Medicine are in Ashland, Oregon and Santa Barbara, California.
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