Monthly ArchiveNovember 2006
A new member to the Rebuilder’s Forum posted the following question about a fairly new treatment for back pain known as Prolotherapy:
I know that the scientific evidence seems to support its effectiveness. It seems to be used in back pain, neck pain or wherever there’s some kind of issue with the ligaments. But I wanted to find out if anyone here has ever used it or been exposed to it and what was their opinion of it in whatever issue they were trying to solve.
So if you’ve tried Prolotherapy — or are just curious to find out more about it — check out the discussion here: Prolotherapy
Seems like everytime you turn around someone is inventing a new gadget or device designed to alleviate back pain. Some of these products are good… and some of them just end up collecting dust under the bed.
So where does the Trueback orthopedic traction device rate?
That was what one forum member wants to know:
Last night I was up late and saw an infomercial on the True Back. It looks pretty amazing and there were alot of very believable success stories. Aparently it’s good for long term results, as well as immediate relief for when you’re back “goes out”. Anyway, when I saw it my immediate reaction was to get on here and see what you guys, and possibly even Dean thought about it.
If you’d like to know what your fellow rebuilders think of this device you can read the replies here: Trueback Discussion