The latest research on the powerful impact of vitamin D is encouraging In this short video, Dr. George Kramer summarizes the latest research on vitamin D and answers the big question of dosage.
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Second Opinion Volume 13 | Issue 122 | October 14, 2016 If you needed one more reason to make sure your vitamin D levels are adequate, Duke-NUS Medical School and Duke University can give it to you. Researchers at these institutions recently conducted a study of elderly Chinese people that linked low vitamin D levels … Read More
New research including a Mayo Clinic study reveals more evidence against cortisone injections… A Mayo Clinic study recommend against commonly used treatments for arthritis including cortisone injections, arthroscopy and rooster comb hyaluronic acid injections. Even ONE CORTISONE INJECTION in the hip showed a marked narrowing of joint space in 33 of 34 patients (97%) and … Read More
Second Opinion Volume 12, Issue 103 | August 28, 2015 Are your knees becoming a problem? Do they hurt when you go up or down stairs or inclines? Has your doctor told you it’s because of osteoarthritis? A new study offers two simple ways you can improve your situation. Researchers looked at 256 men and … Read More
Second Opinion Volume 12 | Issue 95 | August 10, 2015 “Vitamin D is dangerous.” “You have to be very careful with vitamin D.” “Vitamin D can easily become toxic and lead to many problems.” “It is risky to take more than 1,000 units of vitamin D per day.” Have you ever heard statements like … Read More
It’s a decision most of us will have to make sooner or later. Do you take the risks of surgery and possible prolonged recovery or do you try alternatives like Prolotherapy before considering surgery or joint replacement? Prolotherapy has little downtime and lower risk. Here are a couple of stories to consider … Dallas M. … Read More
I’m sharing this with you because so often the most popular treatment offered to joint pain is the corticosteroids pathway. In my opinion and that of others like the Mayo Clinic, have found reasons to be cautious about this method of treatment. Here’s a summary of a recent study for you to read and contemplate. … Read More
Minnesota Good Age Magazine, 2011, excerpts from “Knees, hips, & elbows…Oh, my!” by By Patricia Carlson “His knee was so bad, the orthopedic surgeon told Neufeld that he was on the road toward having a knee replacement. Not so fast, Neufeld responded.” Dr. Frank Neufeld, a dentist from Hutchinson, MN, remembers the exact moment his … Read More
Dr. Kramer is now using Prolozone Therapy as a new helpful addition to his proven Prolotherapy treatment techniques — with remarkable results. He is one of the few doctors certified in Prolozone® Therapy by the American Academy of Ozonotherapy. How Does It Work? Prolozone is similar to Prolotherapy but uses a mixture of collagen producing … Read More
Left, before prolotherapy, nearly bone on bone. Right, cartilage re growth improved joint space after 8 months and 7 prolotherapy treatments.