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Dr. Louis W. Schultz

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Background

Employment History

  • Associate Professor In the Department of Surgery
    University of Illinois
  • Associate Professor In the Department of Surgery
    Rush College of Medicine
  • Dentist and A Medical Doctor

Education

  • MD
  • DDS
  • M.D.
13 Total References
Web References
Prolotherapy
www.prolotherapy.org, 18 Jan 2011 [cached]
Prolotherapists have a long history treating TMD since the time of Louis W. Schultz, MD, DDS in the 1930's. Dr. Schultz was unique in that he was both a dentist and a medical doctor. He was an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Illinois and Rush College of Medicine. He published several papers on the treatment of subluxation of the temporomandibular joint, including one in 1937 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.16. Schultz L. A treatment of subluxation of the temporomandibular joint. JAMA. September 25, 1937.
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Dr. Schultz noted that over the course of his twenty years of doing prolotherapy for TMD, not only was it effective, but the treatment lacked significant side effects.
Dr. Schultz taught the technique of TMJ prolotherapy to Gustav S. Hemwall, MD.
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After acquiring Dr. Hemwall's practice, Dr. Schultz's son came to the clinic for a prolotherapy evaluation.
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While practitioners of prolotherapy since the time of Dr. Schultz have commonly used prolotherapy for all sorts of TMD, even in cases not involving subluxation, no other studies have been done since that time.
The first use of sclerotherapy on ...
www.caseperformance.com, 1 Oct 2013 [cached]
The first use of sclerotherapy on musculoskeletal related issues took place in the late 1930's by Dr. Louis Schultz, who was both a dentist and medical doctor. He began using sclerotherapy to treat those in his clinic who suffered jaw pain related to temporomadibular joint disorders.3 He reported that 3-4 treatments, given at biweekly intervals usually strengthened the joint capsule to the point where excess mobility was reduced and TMJ discomfort was eliminated; Dr. Schultz results were published in a 1937 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association4.
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4 Schultz, L. A treatment of subluxation of the temporomandibular joint. JAMA., September 25, 1937
Prolotherapy-TMJ-Prolotherapy Modality
www.prolotherapy.org, 10 April 2006 [cached]
Prolotherapists have a long history treating TMD since the time of Louis W. Schultz, MD, DDS in the 1930's. Dr. Schultz was unique in that he was both a dentist and a medical doctor. He was an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Illinois and Rush College of Medicine. He published several papers on the treatment of subluxation of the temporomandibular joint, including one in 1937 in the Journal of the American Medical Association. 16. Schultz L. A treatment of subluxation of the temporomandibular joint. JAMA. September 25, 1937.
', 150)" ;="" onmouseout="hideddrivetip()">[16] In this paper he described just how common TMJ syndrome was and that the traditional treatments of rest, appliances in the mouth, physical therapy, and surgery were only partially successful. He described a simple method of shortening and strengthening the TMJ capsule by injection (later termed prolotherapy). He tested various solutions in animals until he found one that caused a strengthening of the ligaments that support the TMJ but caused no injury to other structures.17.
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Dr. Schultz noted that over the course of his twenty years of doing prolotherapy for TMD, not only was it effective, but the treatment lacked significant side effects.
Dr. Schultz taught the technique of TMJ prolotherapy to Gustav S. Hemwall, MD.
...
After acquiring Dr. Hemwall's practice, Dr. Schultz's son came to the clinic for a prolotherapy evaluation.
...
While practitioners of prolotherapy since the time of Dr. Schultz have commonly used prolotherapy for all sorts of TMD, even in cases not involving subluxation, no other studies have been done since that time.
Prolotherapy
www.prolotherapy.org, 10 April 2006 [cached]
Prolotherapists have a long history treating TMD since the time of Louis W. Schultz, MD, DDS in the 1930's. Dr. Schultz was unique in that he was both a dentist and a medical doctor. He was an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Illinois and Rush College of Medicine. He published several papers on the treatment of subluxation of the temporomandibular joint, including one in 1937 in the Journal of the American Medical Association. 16. Schultz L. A treatment of subluxation of the temporomandibular joint. JAMA. September 25, 1937.
...
Dr. Schultz noted that over the course of his twenty years of doing prolotherapy for TMD, not only was it effective, but the treatment lacked significant side effects.
Dr. Schultz taught the technique of TMJ prolotherapy to Gustav S. Hemwall, MD.
...
After acquiring Dr. Hemwall's practice, Dr. Schultz's son came to the clinic for a prolotherapy evaluation.
...
While practitioners of prolotherapy since the time of Dr. Schultz have commonly used prolotherapy for all sorts of TMD, even in cases not involving subluxation, no other studies have been done since that time.
Prolotherapy | Caring Medical
www.caringmedical.com, 18 Jan 2012 [cached]
In 1937, Dr. Louis W. Schultz, both a dentist and a medical doctor, published a paper in The Journal of the American Medical Association on the treatment of subluxation of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). In this paper he described how common TMJ syndrome was, and that the traditional treatments of rest, appliances in the mouth, physical therapy, and surgery were only partially successful. He described a simple method of shortening and strengthening the TMJ capsule by injection of Sylnasol, a five percent solution of fatty acid. This was the first true Prolotherapy treatment. Dr. Schultz collected extensive data from both animal research and clinical practice , and concluded that the method he discovered was simple, safe, and essentially 100 percent effective.2
What Doctor Schultz and those who followed found was that the basic mechanism of Prolotherapy was simple and centered around the promotion of inflammation.
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2. Louis W. Schultz. A Treatment for Subluxation of the Temporomandibular Joint JAMA. 1937;109(13):1032-1035. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780390034012.
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