Six months ago, I incurred a sports-related injury to my hip while figure skating. It began as a deep ache upon impact, but quickly escalated to a constant throbbing sensation deep within the joint—even at rest. As time progressed, the pain not only prevented me from training, but began impeding my everyday life. Like most people, I sought help the usual way; I saw multiple doctors, had medical imaging done, pursued physical therapy, saw a massage therapist and chiropractor, and even tried anti-inflammatory medication. Unfortunately, nothing seemed to help, and as time went on, I began feeling increasingly hopeless. It was at this point that Dr. Kuntz suggested I try something called Prolozone therapy. I had not heard of it before, and was a bit wary of the injection, but decided to give it a shot nonetheless. After the first injection, the pain lessened, and I was walking more comfortably—albeit, still with a limp. After my second injection, I was walking normally; and after the third, I was able to begin training again, and it was hard not to get excited. It took a total of six injections—spaced approximately two weeks apart—to return my hip to full strength, and eliminate my pain completely. When this started, I was not sure if I would be able skate again, but thanks to this treatment, I am back to my normal training regimen (of 2-3 hours per day), and I am so incredibly grateful.