i was excited to read this (but have not yet gone through the entire thread), so i googled "prolotherapy toronto" (where i live) to see who offers it in toronto.well, a bunch of surfing later, i came across this blog entry: http://healthblog.ctv.ca/post/Trendy-athletic-therapy-may-not-have-any-benefit.aspxthis is actually my doctor who is taking care of my knees right now (he's a sports medicine doctor).any thoughts?
Hey Irentat.How are you able to do the injections yourself into the joint? Are you a doctor? Sometype of medical major? I Won't try this but am very interested how you are able to inject yourself. What solutions do you use?Thanks!
I'm slated for PRP on Jun 28. Dr's office won't give me a straight answer on on what to expect the first few days after. Just getting them to confirm that I won't be able to take any meds for the pain except Tylenol was like pulling teeth. Anybody have some info on swelling/ pain/ flexibility from their PRP? I'm trying to guess on whether I'll be going to work on crutches the following day and whether the pain level is going to give me nights of no sleep. -That's a big issue because that's one of my migraine triggers - like I really need ungodly head pain on top of the knee issue I know "everybody's mileage may vary" but I trying to figure out best case/worst case scenarios.