Sacroiliac Sprain and Laxity
The Use of Prolotherapy in the Sacroiliac Joint. (2008)
This descriptive study of Prolotherapy in private practice has shown positive clinical outcomes for the 76% of patients who attended the 3-month follow-up visits.
A Randomizd Controlled Trial of Intra-articular Prolotherapy versus Steroid Injection for Sacroiliac Injection. (2010)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy and long-term effectiveness of intraarticular Prolotherapy in relieving sacroiliac joint pain compared with intraarticular steroid injection and showed a significantly statistical improvement in the Prolotherapy group vs. the steroid group at 15 months post treatment.
Building a Rationale for Evidence-Based Prolotherapy in an Orthopedic Medicine Practice. Part III: A Case Series Report of Chronic Back Pain Associated with Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Treated by Prolotherapy: A Six Year Prospective Analysis. (2011)
Following an evidence based approach, Prolotherapy has been shown to be effective in sacroiliac joint dysfunction and pain.
Platelet-Rich Plasma Prolotherapy for Low Back Pain Caused by Sacroiliac Joint Laxity. (2010)
Sacroiliac joint laxity and dysfunction is a common cause of low back pain. In this interesting article, Platelet Rich Plasma Prolotherapy, along with other modalities, are discussed as used to resolve this type of low back pain.