Dr Weglein is certified in prolotherapy. He has given many lectures on prolotherapy both nationally and internationally, and is considered to be a professor on the topic of regenerative medicine.
PRP therapy offers a promising solution to accelerate healing of tendon injuries and osteoarthritis naturally without subjecting the patient to significant risk. PRP is an emerging treatment in a new health sector known as "Orthobiologics." The philosophy is to merge cutting edge technology with the body's natural ability to heal itself.
Prolotherapy also called Regenerative injection treatment (RIT), takes its name from the increase in healthy tissue that develops after the injection.
The osteopath's role is to find structural alterations and by manipulation, improve the structure and therefore the function. By restoring these, the whole body will maintain better overall health.
Viscosupplementation, in which hyaluronic acid (HA) is injected into the knee joint, has evolved into an important part of our current therapeutic regimen in addressing the patient with knee pain due to OA.
Trigger point injection (TPI) is used to treat extremely painful areas of muscle. Normal muscle contracts and relaxes when it is active. A trigger point is a knot or tight, ropy band of muscle that forms when muscle fails to relax.
Bone marrow cells are among those most used for treating ailments that can be aided by cell injection therapies. This is due to the fact that cells from bone marrow are particularly good at adapting. By injecting these cells into the blood stream, many conditions can be vastly improved.
Medical acupuncture is acupuncture performed by a physician or other licensed health care professional who has training in the medical/health sciences. Physicians also may have training in acupuncture, but most jurisdictions do not require physicians to obtain training in the field prior to treating patients using acupuncture.
Ultrasound has been used to evaluate fracture union and nonunion, infection, ligamentous injury, nerve compression, and mechanical impingement