Prosell Pain Recovery System®

This is the core component in my pain therapy portfolio. It has been developed by employing a sophisticated framework based on principals in general medicine.

In my opinion, the knowledge and treatment methods of pain-related problems have not developed at the same rate as other medical areas. The reason is possibly because pain as a specific medical field is not emphasized in medical school, and that detailed analyses of a very large number of patients are required to detect the elusive patterns that the body tries to express.

Many patients feel that doctors base their entire diagnosis on radiography, MRI and ultrasound procedures, along with an overly general clinical examination. These methods only reveal a fraction of the origin of pain. Furthermore, they seldom lead to any revelations that can be linked to the patient’s problems, meaning that the pain persists. The worst part for many patients is having practitioners dismiss their perception of pain, as doubt is sometimes cast upon them with the argument that the origin of their pain is psychosomatic.

Classic physiotherapy is by no means a bad practice – however, trying to eliminate an unspecific problem with exercises is ineffective when it is already physiologically rooted. In simpler cases, physiotherapy and rehabilitation training may be a path towards completely eliminating or alleviating symptoms, but not in more complex ones. General dynamic/functional rehab and specific pain treatment programs are not mutually exclusive – rather, the effect increases when used jointly. However, I feel that they have to be used in the right order, where a manageable pain level is first achieved to enable a gradual introduction of exercise to avoid injury reoccurrences. Otherwise, patients will be prone to adopting new movement patterns due to exercising with pain, which, in turn, cause accompanying problems over time. This eventually leads to an accumulation of pain in the body in different layers, which conceal each other and result in ambiguous clinical presentations.

In cases where higher demands on performance and results are required, more advanced diagnostic methods, structures and methodologies need to be applied, and general treatment on very vague or nonexistent clinical presentations must be avoided.

It is my belief that pain is such a specific scientific area that working in a general and unspecific manner is not possible if the objective is to fully treat, i.e. eliminate, the origin of the pain in question.

What makes me stand out?

Through committed, structured and systematic work to verify my clinical ability by treating thousands of patients and analyzing approximately 150 MRI scans, as well as many X-rays and blood tests, I have come to realize that the origin of pain in any given case is very seldom located in the area where the patient is experiencing pain – rather, what patients feel are often “projections” of pain, so called reference pain. One such difficulty is distinguishing nerve pain from reference pain, as their characteristics and geographical distribution can be very similar. However, a thorough general medical assessment must be carried out initially, and sometimes technology is required to rule out serious diseases, of which pain is sometimes a primary symptom.

By using needles to create a detailed physiological model and pain chart analogous to a “ten thousand piece puzzle”, I have acquired unique knowledge of a world that manual therapies and classical surgery are unable to gain insight into. In the case of surgery, patients are under general anesthesia, which essentially means that practitioners are working in a “darkened room” as far as the understanding of pain is concerned. Using needles is thus a refined diagnostic instrument as well as a treatment tool that has great potential if placed in the right hands and used with the right knowledge. Moreover, using needles causes no side-effects like those found in regular medicine.

Through many years of work, I have created an analytical system and a diagnostic framework that enables me to achieve better and faster results compared with other professionals. I approach pain-related problems with the mindset of always finding the root cause, and have discovered verification tools that yield accurate diagnoses. In the event of ambiguous clinical presentations, I apply the system to pinpoint the cause, which is a unique procedure in itself.

Using a specific diagnosis as an example, I treat both acute and chronic hamstring injuries up to 80 % faster compared with normal hamstring rehabilitation methods.