Prolotherapy, otherwise known as Regenerative Injection Therapy or ligament reconstructive therapy is a popular nonsurgical procedure designed to stimulate the natural healing mechanisms of the body to repair the injured musculoskeletal tissues. The treatment promotes a healing response in a weakened tissue and small tears, with an objective of improving the functions of the back and alleviating pain. Prolotherapy is also referred to as proliferative injection therapy or sclerotherapy.

The Healing Benefits of Prolotherapy

When your joint is damaged because of an injury or disease, it can limit your range of motion and cause intense pain. Joint pain can range from mild to severe pain that could interfere with your normal day-to-day activities.

There is a wide range of conditions that can cause joint pain, which include sprains, strains, gout, bursitis rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. As people age, they become more susceptible to joint pain because of weak bones; this can affect many parts of the body, which include your hands, shoulders, feet and ankles.

Prolotherapy is a safe and effective alternative for joint pain with the use of simple injections to promote healing. The treatment is proven effective in strengthening and reinforcing the connective tissue on affected joints by normal deterioration or diseases. It has also been noted a stunning long-term solution for those suffering from joint pain. It can also be used for those experiencing chronic to severe joint condition to improve and repair problem area.

Prolotherapy has a powerful ability to address the primary cause of joint pain by repairing weakened areas, which results in permanent joint stabilization. Once specialized substances are injected into the injured or painful area, this unique procedure will create a mild and controlled inflammation that will stimulate the body to lay down new ligament fibers or tendon to strengthen the weakened structure. This is indeed a very effective and reliable treatment to alleviate joint pains.

Prolotherapy can be utilized to relieve a wide spectrum of conditions, which include:

  • Arthritis
  • Knee pain
  • Headaches
  • Low Back Pain
  • Upper Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Foot Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • ACL Strain
  • Cartilage Injury
  • Sacroiliac Pain
  • Rotation Cuff
  • Tennis Elbows
  • Elbow Pain
  • Wrist Pain
  • Knee Conditions and more

Prolotherapy – Safe and Effective Solution to Pain

When it comes to surgeries, there are often risk factors involved and there is always a chance that they will either be ineffective or make the situation even worse. Also, pills need to go through the body’s entire system before it can eliminate pain. This just means that you often need to take relatively high dosage for the body to digest the medicine and start to relieve pain.

With prolotherapy, there is no need for the medicine to go through your entire system before it becomes effective because the medicine is directly injected into the affected area. It helps your body heal itself by improving the body’s healing ability.

Trust the Reputable Experts to Alleviate Painful Conditions

Prolotherapy is a known innovative form of regenerative treatment that leads the way in helping treat both chronic and acute injuries, as well as joint pains. If you are suffering from a torn ligament, arthritis, a bulging disc, tendonitis or experience pain in any susceptible areas like your knee, shoulder, lower back or neck, then this is the best procedure you should consider.

When it comes to providing relief and improving your quality of life, Arizona Integrative Medical Services is the ultimate service provider to rely on. We are equipped with state-of-the-art tools and equipment to deliver high quality service for our clients. Our commitment is to alleviate your pain and improve the quality of your life.

Prolotherapy (aka Regenerative Injection Therapy – RIT), also known as ligament reconstructive therapy or sclerotherapy, is arecognized nonsurgical procedure that stimulates the body’s natural healing processes to strengthen joints weakened by trauma or arthritis. Joints weakened when ligaments and tendons are stretched, torn, or fragmented, become hypermobile and painful. Traditional approaches with anti-inflammatory drugs and surgery often fail to stabilize the joint and relieve pain permanently.

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