Dr. Teitelbaum practices Osteopathic manipulation, prolotherapy, spinal decompression, acupuncture, and Chinese herbal medicine in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. For over 35 years, he has provided conservative, natural treatment for sports injuries, back pain, neck pain, headaches, posture problems, overuse injuries, and joint pain. Commonly treated conditions include muscle, tendon and ligament damage of the neck, low back, tailbone, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot.
About 4 before coming to Dr. Teitelbaum, I developed severe pain in my shoulder. It was diagnosed as coming from the rotator cuff. I went to Dr. Teitelbaum for prolotherapy. After 2 sessions of injections, my pain decreased by half. It continued to get better with the 3rd and 4th injections, and now it only hurts occasionally when I lie on it when sleeping. I highly recommend Prolotherapy, and do not understand why it is not more widely used as a first line treatment instead of surgery.
I had back pain for a long time. After evaluating me, Dr. Teitelbaum recommended Prolotherapy. The treatment was only mildly uncomfortable, and I experienced very little soreness afterwards. By the 2nd session, I realized there was already some improvement, and after 7 sessions I felt my back was strong enough to discontinue further treatment. As a happy side effect, my energy level seems to have increased as well. I would certainly recommend this to others!
My son had severe congenital muscular torticollis. He had intensive therapy, a helmet, and met with an Orthopedist regularly. Dr. T’s cranial manipulation further improved William’s head and facial asymmetry, which was noticed by the staff at Cranial Technology in Dallas. They said they had never documented further improvement to the degree of William’s once the helmet was discontinued. As William continued to grow up, Dr. T helped us with a number of other issues with William, including crawling, walking, running, reflux, and constipation. I constantly refer friends to Dr. Teitelbaum, as does my physical therapist. Now, when my son’s reflux acts up, he will come to me and say, “It’s time to call Dr. Teitelbaum again!”