Category: Prolotherapy

October 19, 2015

Prolothereapy for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Dr. Deirdre O’Neill, ND Pelvic floor dysfunction can occur after pregnancy or childbirth. Ligaments in the pelvic floor can be torn or stretched even in the most uncomplicated deliveries. Injury to the sacroiliac ligaments and the pubic symphysis can then affect the stability of the pelvic floor. This pelvic instability can lead to muscle spasm. […]

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October 7, 2013

Prolotherapy for Osteoarthritis

Dr. Deirdre O’Neill Some of us can predict the weather without looking at the barometer. It’s when the joints start talking – cracking, achy, and stiff – as the weather turns to the damp wet coast that we all know well. These joint symptoms are the signature of arthritis. This inflammatory condition of the joints […]

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