Rotator cuff injuries extending to the upper back Whiplash 3. The shoulder is one of the body parts exposed to the most repetitive use, repeated traumas and degeneration, so athletes, laborers and aging adults are most susceptible to shoulder injuries of all kinds. A Journal of Prolotherapy study reported that up to 82 percent of patients treated for chronic shoulder pain also called frozen shoulder experienced improvements in sleep, exercise ability, anxiety, depression and overall disability. Prolotherapy is now considered an effective non-surgical treatment option for sport-related injuries. And not only those that affect the elbow like lateral and medial epicondylitis but also those causing subsequent pain in the lower back, wrist ligaments or shoulders, plus sprained ankles and other musculoskeletal damage caused by repetitive use and joint degeneration.
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Print out and laminate, or pull up on your phone! Many answers can be found within. You can print this out and share with your patients! Please be warned, all content is under copyright protection and is the intellectual property of Dr. Tyna Moore, so no stealing as your own. Frequently Asked Questions How long do I have access to the course? The course starts upon enrollment and is self-paced.
This Prolo Lower Extremity course is the essential basics course in solid technique. Stress-free learning environment. Avoid the overwhelm that so often occurs at Prolotherapy trainings. Master the basics. Begin to OWN the skill-set necessary to perform prolotherapy with ease.
Set yourself apart from your colleagues in your skillset and know-how. Avoid oversights, pitfalls and landmines. Quick-reference cheat sheets to begin memorization of pertinent structures. Practice Prolotherapy with more confidence and skill. Are refunds available if I am not happy with the course? There are no refunds once you have purchased this course, so please be sure that it is right for you before you enroll.
Will I learn Orthopedics, Diagnostics and the like in this course? That is a course for another day. This course is the Series. This course is not a business course, and learning to sell Prolotherapy to your patients is an art.
The first step is to learn to "speak" it and own it, that is what my Prolo Introductory course is all about. That is available NOW. Stay tuned for my Business of Prolotherapy course later this year. Her experience with regenerative medicine therapies and approach to teaching this material can not be matched. If you are ready to take your practice to the next level and are passionate about regenerative medicine you will not find a series of courses that will better equip you for this.
Amber Nixon, Naturopathic Physician "Dr. Both novice and experienced injectors will benefit from her wealth of knowledge and expertise. I had attended prolotherapy conferences before but this was quite a special one. It was a great combination of learning the theory as well as practicing the hands-on portion of the workshop which many and most prolotherapy conferences do not really allow for, except on cadavers. Moore taught us how to hold and handle the needle while being aware of our bodies, but more importantly she taught us how the tenants of our medicine and foundations of health need to be established in order for the injections to be effective and for the healing to take place.
Moore was extremely generous with sharing her experience over the years and what has or has not worked for her. Tyna is also an absolute joy to be around. Because that would just be bad doctoring.
This course is the "primer" to get you ready to walk into any needling course and rock it! Get started now!
What is prolotherapy and what is it used to treat?
The ankle is strong enough to bear normal human body weight, but it can be subject to injury and pain. The ankle is made up of: 4 bones: the tibia, fibula, talus, and calcaneus 3 joints: the talocrural, inferior tibiofibular, and subtalar joints Ligaments: medial and lateral collateral ligaments, extremely important for ankle stability Lateral collateral ligament is made up of 3 individual bands: talofibular ligament, calcaneofibular ligament, and the posterior talofibular ligament. Medial ligament or deltoid ligament is thicker than the lateral ligament and covers the bottom of the tibia and inner surfaces of the talus, navicular, and calcaneus Causes of ankle pain The most common reason for ankle pain is ankle sprain or any other kind of irregular twisting that might occur during sports or other physical activities. These injuries typically cause one or more ligaments in the ankle joint to stretch or tear.
Prolo 101: Prolotherapy of the Lower Extremity Online
Print out and laminate, or pull up on your phone! Many answers can be found within. You can print this out and share with your patients! Please be warned, all content is under copyright protection and is the intellectual property of Dr. Tyna Moore, so no stealing as your own.