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AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:27 AM in Pain Management

Has anyone ever had prilotherapy. My doctor is thinking about having be do this and I would have to go to another doctor far way and do it often so I would be interested in the benifits of this procedure. I have severe pain in my SI region and the left SI joint is inflammed with referred pain down the back of the left leg (really unbearable)I have to see a rhem on monday to see if he want to but me on special medication and diag (A.S. or Rieters). My doctors are very narcotic resist so I am desperate for some kind of relief. Best Wishes


  • I have the same pain you do in the same area from a dislocated coccyx. Prolotherapy was suggested to me but I decided to try physical therapy first. Physical therapy, Lidoderm patch, and the antidepressanst Elavil(amytriptyline) works for me. I hope I was somewhat helpful.
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