“Dear friend, my prayer for you is that you may enjoy good health, and all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.”
– 3 John 1:2
George Kramer, M.D.
Dr. Kramer has been practicing musculoskeletal medicine since 1985. He is board-certified in physical medicine, rehabilitation, and pain medicine. He received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Minnesota Medical School and completed residency at the Mayo Clinic. He has been practicing prolotherapy since 1992. Dr. Kramer is a founding member of the American Academy of Ozonotherapy and has been an expert and instructor in Prolozone® since 2010.
Dr. Kramer believes in using natural medicine to tap into the body’s God-given healing ability. His unique approach blends conventional medicine and rehabilitation techniques with advanced complimentary therapies to provide innovative healing and long-term pain relief solutions. As a result, many people can avoid surgery and the unpleasant side effects of prescription medicines. Dr. Kramer is one of the few physicians who uses both Prolozone and prolotherapy, often combining the two depending on the individual situation.
Dr. Kramer is passionate about helping his patients “get back to the active life they love!” In his free time he enjoys living life to the full with family and friends.
Skills & Experience
- Board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Pain Medicine.
- Certified in Prolotherapy by the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine (few doctors in the U.S. are certified by the AAOM).
- Expert and Educator in Prolozone® treatments.
- Trained by Dr. Shallenberger and other ozone pioneers.
- Founding member of the American Academy of Ozonotherapy.
- Over 35 years of experience in sports and musculoskeletal pain medicine.
- Expert in prolotherapy since 1992.
- Graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School.
- Residency at the Mayo Clinic.
- Named to the list of Twin Cities: Top Doctors, and Guide to Top Doctors in the United States.
- Founded the Sports Medicine Center, Low Back Clinic and Acupuncture program at Park Nicollet Clinic in the 1990’s.
- Adjunct Associate Professor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Minnesota Medical School.