Similar to the prolotherapy, neural prolotherapy is a dextrose-water injection just under the skin to reduce inflammation and stimulate healing in damaged nerves that serve the surrounding skin, muscles and in some cases, joint. Neural prolotherapy differs from prolotherapy in that a different concentration of dextrose is used in the injection, though both therapies are meant to alleviate pain and restore function to specific areas of the body.
Neural prolotherapy is useful in treating nerve pain post-injury as well as post-surgically.
If you are suffering from pain or limited mobility, have undergone surgery or had an injury, please click here to make an appointment and learn more about how neural prolotherapy, prolotherapy or other treatments could help you. You may also be interested to read more about trigger point injections, active release techniques, and how to improve your strength and flexibility.