Prolotherapy and Pain Management

Our Prolotherapy and Pain Management Clinic is committed to providing great service and outcomes for patients.

Our Location

203 Lang St,Kurri Kurri NSW 2327

Clinic Hours

Monday – Friday 8.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday – Sunday Closed

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Leaders in Pain Management & Regenerative Medicine

About Us

Our Prolotherapy and Pain Management Clinic is committed to providing great service and outcomes for patients.

My Medical Services Kurri Kurri specialises in the clinical application of autologous PRP and stem cell therapy.

At My Medical Services we focus on the regenerative powers in our bodies. We use the power of platelets to encourage the body’s
natural healing process without resorting to medication or intrusive operating procedures. We adopt a holistic approach and seek to understand the way our body repairs itself and how we can best assist in this process.

We continuously search for more applications and better-suited procedure to make life healthy and enjoyable at an affordable cost. Our doctors and nursing staff work to help people achieve less pain and improved mobility.

​Our highly skilled pain management doctors will walk you through procedures and explain what to expect from PRP and stem cell treatment, so you know what to expect, how long the treatments will take and when you can expect to see improvements.

Our Services

We Offer Different Services
To Improve Your Health


Promotes the repair of soft tissue in the body through the injection of a non-active “irritant” solution, which prompts swelling to strengthen weakened connective tissue and relieving musculoskeletal pain.


Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT) is a proven safe, effective treatment for patients who may not be candidates for joint replacement surgery or biologic options such as stem cell injections or PRP. Perineural injection therapy treats inflamed and injured nerves.


MSK injections are delivered to all parts of the body which contain bones, joints and soft tissues. To help alleviate this pain, a small local anaesthetic with a steroid is injected into and around the joint and area causing your discomfort. This steroid will help reduce the inflammation and any associated swelling.


Our blood is made up of 93% red blood cells, 6% white blood cells, 1% platelets and plasma. Platelets are best known for their function of blood-clotting to stop bleeding. Platelets, however, are much more significant than this, as human platelets are also a critical component in injury healing.