Pain management or Pain resolution?

Pain management or Pain resolution?
0 3 March 2015

Are you tired of that nagging pain from an injury that won’t heal? Did you try cortisone that resulted in only temporarily relief?

Cortisone momentarily decreases pain by suppressing inflammation. But your pain can return in the long term, forcing you to get another cortisone injection or take more pain meds. This is the essence of pain “management”.

In the study referenced by the graph below, pain eventually returned in those who received cortisone injections, while pain continued to decrease in those who received Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections.

 

PRP grid

PRP injections reduce long term pain by actually stimulating regeneration of the damaged tissue that leads to pain resolution, rather than simply masking or “managing” the pain like cortisone.

Pain resolution is the best solution!

For the month of March 2015, we are offering $75 off a prolotherapy or PRP treatment with Dr. Soheily. Call Spark Health at 858.228.4188 to book your appointment!

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