Prolotherapy Application

Prolotherapy is a treatment method used in musculoskeletal therapies, applying injections to trigger the body's own self-healing potential. In the constantly evolving medical terminology, this treatment, which is becoming increasingly recognized and used, offers solutions to many musculoskeletal diseases without the need for surgery.
Antalya Prolotherapy treats many causes of pain without the need for surgery. In the Prolotherapy technique, a solution is injected into all joints, cartilage, ligaments, and tendons in the human body that are damaged or have lost their function. This solution stimulates the cells and tissues for growth and healing.
Prolotherapy involves triggering the repair of worn and stretched structures by injecting a solution that will initiate self-repair and accelerate regeneration.
The solutions used in Prolotherapy create irritation in the area where they are administered. This situation triggers the initiation of the inflammatory response in the body. As a result, reparative cells and intensive reparative substances are released into the environment. After the application, the repair mechanism comes into play, and this process continues for about 3 months. Prolotherapy corrects the functions of damaged structures by stimulating and supporting the body's natural healing mechanism.
The solutions used in Prolotherapy are completely natural, and no chemical substances are injected into the body.
Prolotherapy is a simple and natural technique that stimulates the body's repair system, allowing the painful, weak, and dysfunctional area to return to its former state. Prolotherapy treats pain by addressing cartilage, tendon, joint, and muscle problems.
After Prolotherapy, growth factors are released along with the inflammation process, and then our body sends fibroblasts, which are repair cells, to the area. Fibroblasts repair and strengthen weakened tendons, ligaments, and joints by producing collagen. Pain in the renewed and strengthened joint decreases rapidly, and mobility increases.
There may be an increase in pain in the first few days after the injection. Painkillers should not be used before and after treatment.
Treatment generally requires 3 to 6 sessions at intervals of 1-2 weeks.

In Which Diseases Is Prolotherapy Used?

Neck and back pain (Hernia and Osteoarthritis)
Lower back pain (Hernia and Osteoarthritis)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Sciatic pains
Meniscus tears and Chondromalacia in the knee
Kyphosis and Scoliosis
Coccydynia (Tailbone pain)
Persistent pain after hand and foot sprains
Heel spurs, Metatarsalgia, Plantar Fasciitis
Chronic muscle and ligament pain in the spine, chest, and ribs
Arthrosis (Calcifications)
Unhealed chronic discomfort in tendons and ligaments (Tendinitis and Bursitis)
Joint laxities and muscle weakness (laxity)
Elbow pains (Tennis and golfer's elbow)
Impingement Syndrome
Groin strain in athletes (Osteitis pubis)
Avascular Necrosis (Necrosis of bone tissue due to insufficient blood flow)