What is Neuro Prolotherapy

A simple outpatient procedure

Neuro Prolotherapy (NPT) was pioneered by Dr. John Lyftogt (New Zealand) in the 1990s and is an advanced form of Prolotherapy (Where glucose injections are used to treat painful conditions) as taught by the Hemwall-Hackett institute in Wisconsin since 1956. In NPT, a fine half inch needle is used to inject a solution of glucose just under the skin, thereby reversing the inflammation.

All pain, both acute and chronic, recent or longstanding is caused by nerve inflammation, and Neuro Prolotherapy (NPT) acts directly on the peripheral nervous system to treat it. Depending on the individual case, treatment can take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes. Treatment is very safe and the only possible side effect is the extremely minor risk of infection that would apply to any injection and no such case has been reported with NPT.

Treatment Fee

Prices start at €120 per treatment. Average treatment takes around 20 - 30  minutes. You can expect to be pain-free immediately after the first treatment and this usually lasts at least a few days. It is recommended  to repeat the treatment over the course of several weeks as necessary. Please call 087 0508 753 to book an appointment.


Will NPT help me?

Who is it for?

Neuro Prolotherapy (NPT) is used to treat a wide range of conditions, both acute or chronic, recent or longstanding. The majority of our patients at Pain Clinic Ireland come to us to treat sports injuries, back pain, neck pain, knee pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, achilles tendonitis, trigeminal nerve pain, trapped nerves and migraine. 

Conditions, both acute or chronic,
recent or long standing that can be treated.
Bursitis Hamstring Injuries Diabetic Neuropathy
Joint Pain Muscle Pain Muscle Spasms
Neck & Back Pain Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Nerve Entrapment
Nerve Pain Osteoarthritis Post-herpetic Neuralgia
Pseudogout Sciatica Tendonitis
Sprains & Strains Surgical Scar Pain Sports Injuries
Trigeminal Neuralgia Plantar Fasciitis Tennis Elbow
Whiplash Migraines Frozen Shoulder
Achilles Tendonitis Coccydynia Fractured Ribs

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