Pioneering more comfortable prolotherapy
-using ultrasound medication to aid prolotherapy results
-discovered a smaller needle approach to epidurals
-Howard Rosen, M.D. was the director of the Neural Prolotherapy course with John Lyftogt, M.D. in May, 2011 in Huntington
Beach. John Lyftogt, M.D. is the originator of Neural Prolotherapy.
-Dr. Rosen spoke on Neural Prolotherapy, dextrose epidurals and ultrasound with Prolotherapy solutions in front of the
AOA in April 2011.
-Dr. Rosen was director and only speaker for a fluoroscopy injection course given to other physicians in Southern California,
-Dr. Rosen lead a medical mission to the Philippines January
Dr. Rosen is on LA radio talk show June, 2011
Dr. Rosen lectures-grand rounds-Anaheim Regional Medical Center-July, 12 2011
Dr. Rosen will lecture on Transdermal medication in Hawaii at a Neural Prolotherapy conference
I had a whiplash injury to my neck from a motor vehicle accident. An orthopedist told me I would never be able to have
my neck bend backwards. Traditional treatments had only provided a small amount of relief. It was discouraging but I did
not give up. I decided to travel the world to learn the best treatments because I hurt too much. Being a patient as well
as a doctor helped me learn the best treatments. Due to these treatments I am almost completely pain-free and my neck bends
backwards very well. I now offer these treatments for my patients.
A Doctor talks about his improvement with Prolotherapy and Myofascial
Release with Dr. Rosen and Mike.
He complained of knee pain and was treated with a natural technique using dextrose (sugar water) and local anesthesia
called prolotherapy. He is speaking after his first treatment. He only required 2 treatments.
Patients treated with neural therapy
Referred by an ENT doctor, this patient complained of facial pain. She was treated naturally with a technique employing
only local anesthesia called neural therapy.
Patient's treated with spinal cord stimulation
He was suffering from failed back surgery. He had a
successful SCS (spinal cord stimulator) implantation. Now he is off of ALL his pain medication.
After over 10 years of constant pain, the SCS returned his life
to him. He took himself off narcotic medications and went back to work. He is speaking 1 week after the SCS was