American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine Spring Conference 2022

40 $

+ Include: 12 videos, size: 3.55 GB

+ Target Audience: osteopathic physicians, musculoskeletal physician

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+ Include: 12 videos, size: 3.55 GB

+ Target Audience: osteopathic physicians, musculoskeletal physician

+ Sample video: contact me for sample video

+ Information:

American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine’s Spring 2022 Annual Conference

May 11, 2022 – May 14, 2022

How Does Prolotherapy Work?

Prolotherapy has as its current primary
applications in the treatment of:

  • Unstable joints (often associated with backaches and other pain)
  • Venous Abnormalities (eg. Varicose & spider veins),
  • Hernia, and Hemorrhoids.

With a precise injection of a mild irritant solution directly on the site of the torn or stretched ligament or tendon, Prolotherapy creates a mild, controlled injury that stimulates the body’s natural healing mechanisms to lay down new tissue on the weakened area. The mild inflammatory response that is created by the injection encourages growth of new ligament or tendon fibers, resulting in a tightening of the weakened structure. Additional treatments repeat this process, allowing a gradual buildup of tissue to restore the original strength to the area. Injection of varicose veins and other similar abnormalities creates a mild inflammatory response causing them to contract so that they become smaller or even vanish.

Can Prolotherapy help everyone?

Each patient must be evaluated thoroughly with patient history, physical exam, X-ray exam, and full laboratory work up before treatment will be administered. With this information, your physician can evaluate your potential success with this therapy. Success depends on factors which include the history of damage to the patient, the patient’s overall health and ability to heal, and any underlying nutritional deficiencies that would impede the healing process.

What areas of the body can be treated?

This form of therapy can be used to treat dislocation of the joints, knee pain, shoulder pain, Temporal Mandibular Joint dysfunction, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and disc problems at any level of the spine. The therapy affects only the area treated and does not cause any problem in any other area. Spider veins, abnormal or bulging veins and other similar conditions can be treated on the legs, feet, hands, arms, breast, face, and most other areas.

How often do I need these treatments?

The treatments should be administered every one, two, or three weeks, as determined by your treating physician. Vein treatments are usually scheduled four or more weeks apart. The American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine, Inc. is dedicated toward improving the practice of, and disseminating knowledge about Prolotherapy. (Previously known as Sclerotherapy)

 

 

+ Topics:

1 Approaches That Improve Results in Any Joint or Area.mp4
2 Introduction To Prolotherapy.mp4
3 Prolotherapy for the Knee and Other Things To Consider.mp4
4 Prolotherapy Treatments for The Elbow, Wrist and Hand.mp4
5 PRP-Prolotherapy When, Where and Why, and How.mp4
6 Nutrition It’s What for Dinner or Not.mp4
7 Common Shoulder Injuries That Can Be Successfully Treated with Regenerative Medicine.mp4
8 Regenerative Injection Therapy fro the Cervical and Thoracic Spine.mp4
9 Biologic Regenerative Treatments.mp4
10 The Science of Perineural Therapy and It’s Applicaiton in Low Back and Pelvic Pain.mp4
11 Treatment for Chronic Fatigue Sinusitis.mp4
12 Detectionof Allergy, Toxin, Dysautonomic, Psychologically-induced Interfer Fields.mp4

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