Currently, Dr. Darrow is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the UCLA School of Medicine and is Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is a Qualified Medical Examiner.
He practices Sports Medicine and Pain Management at his Joint Rehabilitation & Sports Medical Center in West Los Angeles, California. Contact information is by phone 310-231-7000, fax 310-231-7227, website www.jointrehab.com and e-mail email@example.com.
Dr. Darrow emphasizes Prolotherapy at his Center and also teaches Prolotherapy at UCLA. Prolotherapy is a safe, highly effective yet relatively unknown Therapy used to heal chronic pain and musculoskeletal injuries by stimulating the growth of new collagen and cartilage tissue that rejuvenates the damaged ligaments, tendons, muscle fascia and joint capsules responsible for most chronic pain. With an injection of natural substances into precisely targeted areas of the body, knows as “trigger points,” the doctor activates the body’s natural healing process which stimulates the growth of new collagen and cartilage.
An avid sports enthusiast, Dr. Darrow discovered Prolotherapy after an injury on the golf course caused him to suffer the kind of chronic pain that afflicts millions of Americans.
A skeptic, Dr. Darrow became a believer in the therapeutic healing power of Prolotherapy after only one treatment to his wrist. Since then he has devoted his practice to Prolotherapy, an exponentially growing, natural therapy that is revolutionizing the way we heal pain. Dr. Darriw has treated thousands of patients. Many of these patients were scheduled for surgery and never needed it. And, several patients came to Dr. Darrow after a failed surgery and healed using Prolotherapy.
Dr. Darrow is the author of Prolotherapy: Living Pain Free. In addition, he has his own radio show called “Living Pain Free” on KRLA-AM-870, Sat. 3:00–4:00 p.m. in Southern California. (Nationwide on internet www.jointrehab.com)
He will speak on Prolotherapy—Living Pain Free. His book will be given free to those who attend the lecture at the Cancer Control Society Convention.