December 2, 2019 at 9:04 am #6342
A patient with problems of the Erase My Back Pain Review rotator cuff or shoulder impingement may think so, however surgery is a still an invasive procedure that requires lengthy recovery and physical therapy even if successful. Further, even successful surgery has been shown to not always relieve all the pain and that shoulder weakness can remain. Complications may also include nerve damage.A different option – rebuild the shoulder without surgery Shoulder injuries can be divided into two groups – more commonly, and the first to be discussed is the wear and tear injury to the tendons. The shoulder tendons are main players in rotator cuff problems, shoulder impingement, osteoarthritis and disorders of pain and weakness that get worse over time.
The symptoms of tendon weakness and injury are many and include inflammation of the tendons ( tendonitis), and/or bursitis, inflammation of the bursa (the protective sac that sits between the bones of the shoulders and allows the tendons the space they need to move.)All would agree treating the tendons and allowing the tendons to function normally would be the optimal treatment in shoulder pain, but that is where the agreement ends. Surgeons will insist that surgery after failed conservative treatments is the way to go, other doctors are trying something else for faster results.
Prolotherapy is an injection therapy consisting mainly of dextrose, an irritant. A physician, and there are only about 500 in the United States who perform this treatment, will gently inject areas of the shoulder hoping to accelerate the body’s own inflammatory response to repair the tendons.
By isolating the areas of the tendons that are damaged, and injecting these spots, the Prolotherapist is calling the natural injury repair mechanism of the body to the spot of deterioration. The cure is the new, controlled inflammation, created by dextrose. This will stimulate a new collagen matrix, making the tendons stronger, thicker, and restoring them to their normal pain free state. To any athlete stronger is always the best option.
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