FAQs

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Typically patients report that they are sore for a few days after a set of injections.
This depends on the severity of your problem. Most patients need between three and five sessions of prolotherapy spaced every four to six weeks, less if PRP is used.
Staying off of anti-inflammatories like Advil, Motrin, Meloxicam, Celebrex, and Aleve after RIT will allow the body to heal itself naturally. Most patients will stay off of NSAID’s (non-steroidal anti-inflammatories) for at least four weeks after RIT.
We request payment from the patient on the day of treatment. We can provide a bill that can be submitted to your insurance company. Any reimbursement will go directly to you if your insurance decides that it is a covered service. PRP costs more due to the equipment and processing required to prepare. Medicare does not cover any RIT treatments.