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Multi Treatment Approach for Bone on Bone Arthritis

Today we are close to completing our treatment with a 76-year-old woman who has had bilateral knee pain and was told by an orthopedic surgeon that she needed total joint replacements. When we first saw her, we could see that… Read More

Prolotherapy Threatment in Upper Thoracic Area

Here we are presenting a patient who is 70 years old very active, who has had 10 years of pain in the upper thoracic area. She saw another pain physician and she would get steroid injections over the last 8… Read More

Arthritis Study Observation

Here we saw a gentleman today that we have been following for 10 years with arthritis of his knees, wrist and toes. We treated his knee today and we see bone on bone arthritis with obsoletely no joint space whatsoever… Read More

Avoiding Hip Replacement

Here we are presenting a patient who is 82-years-old who has had pain for years in her hips and was treated with cortisone injections. Over the past few years prior to seeing us, the cortisone injections stopped working and the… Read More

Bilateral Knee Pain

Today we treated a patient who came to us four years ago with bilateral knee pain to the point where she could not run, do martial arts or her exercise routine in the gym without pain. Treatment We put her… Read More

Right Ankle Fracture

Today we treated a 25-year-old male who had a fracture of his right ankle five years ago falling in a construction accident. He had an open reduction internal fixation of the fracture but developed infection postoperatively and severe foot and… Read More

Moderate-To-Severe Osteoarthritis

Today we treated a patient again for Moderate-To-Severe Osteoarthritis. Problem She had moderate-to-severe osteoarthritis of both her knees 10 years ago and was in severe pain. Treatment We treated her with our protocol of using autologous platelet-rich plasma and she… Read More