Prolotherapy For Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS)

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If you, or anyone you know, has Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) then you need to be getting prolotherapy.

Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) is a genetic connective tissue disorder. The problem is that these patients produce abnormal collagen resulting in loose joints and ligaments. These loose ligaments and joints often result in multiple issues with pain, joint dislocations, fractures, and other problems.

Traditional medicine focuses on things like exercise, physical therapy, surgery, pain management, medications, etc. But none of these interventions address the underlying problem.

At Revolution, our primary goal is to identify the underlying problem and fix it if at all possible. Well, we can’t FIX this problem. Its genetic. However, we can address the issue near its foundation. Nothing else can address this disorder as effectively.

The Story

Michelle is a patient of ours with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS). As of the time of this post we have seen her 3 times. She has had 3 rounds of standard dextrose Prolotherapy. The procedure was no different than we’ve done many times in our clinic.

Her last visit was remarkable because she said that she felt better than she’d felt in over 7 years. Her pain was dramatically improved. Also, those results were sustained for over 4 months. That is interesting because she is still making abnormal collagen. Yet, prolotherapy still works for her.

She may require repeated and ongoing therapy but there is nothing else that could help her so much with so few complications. Most patients see significant improvement in 3 to 6 rounds of prolotherapy. That is if they are able to produce normal collagen. Ehlers-Danlos patients do not make normal collagen complicating their process.

But they still see significant improvement in their symptoms!

Prolotherapy is most likely the best therapy for conditions like Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

So, if you or anyone you know has  any symptoms associated with the hypermobile type of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome then they need to be seeking comprehensive Prolotherapy by a qualified prolotherapist. Call us today to schedule your appointment!