ProlotherapyMarch 8th, 2014
Prolotherapy was being practiced as early as the fifth century by Hippocrates who used hot branding irons to help fuse together torn ligaments in the shoulder joint. Since then, modern medicine has significantly improved the technique and the success of this treatment. It’s also become a lot more comfortable.
Prolotherapy is a non-surgical treatment, which stimulates the body’s natural healing process to strengthen joints that have been weakened by traumatic or over-use injuries. When the attached ligaments or tendons are stretched, torn, or fragmented, joints often become degenerated and painful. Surgery and anti-inflammatory drugs […]