Prolotherapy is a revolutionary approach in the field of regenerative medicine that offers a solution to individuals suffering from joint pain and ligament or tendon injuries. Unlike conventional treatments that often involve surgery or long-term medication use, prolotherapy provides a non-surgical, non-pharmaceutical alternative that stimulates the body’s innate, natural healing process.

By injecting a solution containing dextrose and lidocaine into the affected area, prolotherapy triggers a controlled inflammation and promotes the growth of new tissue. This innovative treatment method originating in Ancient Egyptian times, helps strengthen weakened ligaments and tendons, ultimately reducing pain and improving joint function and stability.

High-resolution ultrasounds have been used to confirm that prolotherapy does indeed stimulate tissue growth. One double-blind animal study by Dr. Liu showed that prolotherapy increased: ligament mass by 44%, ligament thickness by 27%, ligament to bone juncture strength by 28%

For individuals seeking an effective and long-lasting solution to their musculoskeletal issues, prolotherapy has emerged as a promising option. It offers a safe and minimally invasive approach without the risks associated with surgery or prolonged medication use.

Whether you are an athlete looking to recover from sports-related injuries or someone struggling with chronic joint pain, prolotherapy may provide the relief you have been searching for. Consult with a Purist Natural Medicine to determine if this regenerative therapy is suitable for your specific condition.

Conditions that may benefit from prolotherapy:

Osteoarthritis, scars, cesarean section scars, ligament laxity, tendonitis, tendinosis, diastasis recti,  ligament strains/sprains, muscle pain, bursa pain, and more. 

Experience the potential of prolotherapy as it continues to revolutionize non-surgical treatments for soft tissue, bursa, joint, ligament and tendon injuries. Say goodbye to constant pain and explore this innovative approach today.

Prolotherapy is NOT recommended for individuals with bleeding disorders, anticoagulant or anti-inflammatory medications, known allergy to prolotherapy agents, acute infections and septic arthritis.