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He presented with X-rays from 2006 that showed a grade I retrolisthesis or movement of one vertebra on another at the fourth and fifth lumbar level with associated X-ray damage seen of the facet joints at this level. (See Figure 1.) This is consistent with laxity of the ligaments at this level. Physical examination found tenderness to palpation at the levels of the third, fourth and fifth lumbar vertebrae as well as the right sacroiliac joint. In Canada, a physiotherapist who takes additional training and examinations in orthopedic manual medicine (manual orthopedic physical therapists) is considered an expert in assisting in the diagnosis and recovery of patients such as Freddie. He was also seen by one of six national examiners for manual orthopedic physical therapy who found areas of hypo (decreased) and hyper (increased) mobility in his lumbar spine as well as various factors related to de-conditioning brought on by his longstanding pain.
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In October of 2006, I saw Freddie Smith with a complaint of at least 15 years of chronic low back pain that interfered with all aspects of his life. He was told by a friend that Prolotherapy might be helpful for him. He had been to a number of therapists, trying multiple modalities and different types of medications used in “pain management.” He was spending at least $5,000 per year out of pocket for these modalities. Quite a sum of money in a country with universal health care where people are not used to paying for any of their health care related expenses. He was skeptical of any other treatments and was anxious about any injection therapies, especially when he had to pay for them.
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Prolotherapy is indispensable when considering biomechanical correction in the treatment of pain associated with ligament laxity. This 51 year old male was referred for assessment and treatment of a 15 year history of chronic low back pain. He had been very active his whole life and had sustained numerous injuries playing a variety of sports including hockey and football. He had been spending approximately $5,000 per year on massage therapy, craniosacral therapy, chiropractic care and standard physiotherapy. He was also put on a variety of medications including courses of anti-inflammatory medications, tricyclic antidepressants for analgesia, and benzodiazepines with no relief.