Long-term effects of dextrose prolotherapy for anterior cruciate ligament laxity

K. D. Reeves & K. M Hassanein in Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, May/June 2003.  Abstract: Context–Use of dextrose prolotherapy. Prolotherapy is defined as injection that causes growth of normal cells or tissue. Objective–Determine the 1 and 3 year efficacy of dextrose injection prolotherapy on anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) laxity. After year 1, determine patient tolerance of a stronger dextrose ... Read More