Hip Replacement Patient Treated With Prolotherapy And PRP
Patient with pain in the area of her hip replacement is treated with a combination of therapies by Dr. Magaziner.
Hip Replacement Pain Treatment Program
- Platelet-Rich Plasma
- Neural Prolotherapy
Hip Replacement Patient Background
June 19th, 2019
Here we are presenting a case with this patient in her 70s who had a hip replacement years ago. She developed pain in the area of her hip replacement where she had heterotopic ossification and tendinitis along the outer hip. Her prosthesis was evaluated by the surgeon and found to be in good alignment, so she lived in pain for five years.
Combination Treatment Program
Since there was no hip joint, we determined her pain was coming from the muscle attachments to the hip and heterotopic ossification. She also had meralgia paresthetica where the nerves cascade over the area of the hip.
Positive Patient Outcome
We treated her with a combination of prolotherapy, PRP, and neural prolotherapy in three to four treatment sessions and we eliminated 95% of her pain.
This is a case that demonstrates the healing power of regenerative therapies and demonstrates that it can be beneficial with pain after replacement surgeries not only in the hip, but in other joints as well to promote healing in areas that never healed properly after the surgery.
Learn more about the key hip pain treatments used by Dr. E. Magaziner:
- Testimonials For Dr. Magaziner
- Read Case Study: Severe Osteoarthritis Of Right Hip
- Read Case Study: Hip Replacement Avoided
- Read More About PRP
Dr. Edward Magaziner has dedicated his career to helping people with pain, and musculoskeletal injuries. His focus is to use state of the art and innovative treatments to alleviate these problems. He is well known around the country in his field and is considered by many one of the top treating physicians in this region.
Website case studies are provided for educational and evaluational purposes of the available treatments offered by our office. It is important to note that although Dr. E. Magaziner has a high rate of success treating patients, there is no guarantee of a positive outcome given the variables relative to each case and individual being treated.