Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine  is a minimally invasive, medical therapy that stimulates the body to heal painful areas. Based on the latest research, and using down-to-earth language, you will learn:

This new edition has many updated illustrations that make it very user-friendly for both patients and physicians who are interested in the regenerative medicine field. You do not need to know anything about medicine to read Dr. Alderman’s book.  She understands that as people search the internet in the hope of finding a solution for their musculoskeletal pain, they will need resources. One of the best resources they will find is this book.”   

– Ross A. Hauser, M.D., Author of Prolo Your Pain Away! and mulitple other publications


“Since Prolotherapy is a nonsurgical technique, patients who are now facing surgery because all else has failed might consider trying it before having an operation. 

Unlike many drugs and surgery, Prolotherapy has minimal side effects when performed by an experienced practitioner ….”  – The New York Times (Aug 2007)

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“This book is filled with amazing information of how prolotherapy has worked on people and”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Bonnie England

This book is filled with amazing information of how prolotherapy has worked on people and animals (and animals have no placebo effect because they don’t know what’s happening). It is very well written in easy to understand format (not heavy on medical terminology). You will come away thinking “why wouldn’t it work?” I am seriously thinking of pursuing this route for my extreme hip athritis. However, the trick seems to be finding the right doctor because many doctors are not trained in it. Plus you have to pay for it yourself since insurance does cover it yet. Meanwhile, serrapeptase, nattokinase, laminine and bone broth have helped a lot.

About the Author

Dr. Donna Alderman is an osteopathic physician, and a graduate of Cornell University and Western University of Health Sciences. She is board certified in Prolotherapy, a nonsurgical treatment for chronic musculoskeletal pain, joint pain, ligament and tendon injuries, osteoarthritis and sports injuries.  She has been practicing Prolotherapy since 1996. Called a “leader in the field” by The New York Times (2007), Dr. Alderman is Medical Director at the Hemwall Center for Orthopedic Regenerative Medicine, with two offices in California, where individuals come from all over the world to receive Prolotherapy evaluations and treatment.

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