jadore medispa naturopathic pain management

Pain Management

If you have pain, then you can get treated by a doctor at J'Adore Medispa and Rejuvenation Centre. From minor aches and pains, motor vehicle accidents, to fibromyalgia and every kind of pain you can think of, there are treatment options for you available in this clinic.


Prolotherapy is used when the ligaments or tendons of a joint have been compromised, injured, or lax. Prolotherapy injections use a non-toxic solution (Dextrose 5% or combination of homeopathics and pharmaceuticals) injected into the damaged tendon or ligament. Prolotherapy causes the tissue to tighten and can even stimulate growth factors in the area of injection. This aids in the healing of the tendon or ligament.

Prolotherapy has been around for over 50 years. Today, many professional athletes use prolotherapy to keep them going and healing injuries acquired from professional sports.


Neural therapy is a type of injection, pioneered by German doctors, that works by resetting the firing patterns in nerves that regulate certain areas of the body. It can help with pain as well as resetting the way organs, muscles, and joints recieve repair signals from the nervous system. Neural therapy is a treatment designed to restore optimal neural function in the body. The therapies restore the regulation of the nervous system and results in optimal health.

Neural prolotherapy is based on the premise that hundreds of nerves exist just beneath the skin and play a key role in regulating pain and healing. By regulating these nerves just beneath the skin, it is believed we can regulate the immune system to potentially heal injuries.


Biopuncture is a series of injections into muscle knots and painful areas. Most common are fibromyalgia neuromuscular trigger points, which can be safely and effectively injected for short and long term improvement in the limiting or even eliminating physical pain. An individual combination of dextrose, saline, anaesthetic or PRP (plasma rich protein) is injected into tendons, ligaments, joints to rehabilitate and regenerate damaged and injured tissues.

naturopathic pain management at jadore medispa

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Frequently Asked Questions

How is prolotherapy done?

Prolotherapy treatments consist of injecting a proliferant solution into the painful area or joint. This creates a short duration of inflammation and stimulates the immune system's own healing mechanism to produce collagen and cartilage. The new collagen and cartilage strengthens and restores joints and supporting soft tissue, reducing or eliminating many different types of pain.

How is neurofeedback used clinically?

Think of it as regulating central nervous system-related problems or “dysregulation”. It’s commonly used for a wide variety of conditions such as ADD, ADHD, depression, anxiety, attachment disorder, autism, panic attacks, optimal performance, traumatic brain injury, seizures, and sleep problems, all without expensive and often ineffective drugs. Different problems are often trained differently.

Do these injections hurt?

Most people -- especially those who are apprehensive about injections because they may have had bad experiences with injections in their childhood -- are surprised at how easily and quickly these injections are given. In fact, these injections cannot be compared to the ‘usual’ injections given in conventional medicine. They are not as painful as an injection in, for example, a hospital because the needle used is very fine and the quantity injected is very small. Most of them are given into or just under the skin, others are given into specific muscle points or into your ligaments. Your doctor doesn’t give the injections arbitrarily, but they are administered in carefully chosen spots. The place where your doctor injects the product is as important as the product itself. It’s different for each patient.