"SWEET RELIEF . . . Injecting tendons with a dextrose
(sugar) solution to trigger
an inflammatory reaction is
just one way in which
which practitioners are using prolotherapy to target
sprains and strainsprains and strains."
K. Dean Reeves, MD
Dr. Shaun Riddle, B.Sc., ND
Dr. Shaun Riddle is a licensed primary care doctor in the states of Arizona and
Washington, as well as a Registered Naturopathic Doctor in Alberta. He is one of
the most educated, highly trained and respected naturopathic doctors in Canada.
His combination of medical training and experience is unmatched. He has studied
extensively in the fields of Lyme disease, chronic infections, chronic fatigue syndrome
and fibromyalgia. He is thoroughly trained in European Biological Medicine, as well
as Auricular Medicine. He is one of the few ND’s to complete the International Lyme
& Associated Disease Society’s (ILADS) physician training program.
Dr. Riddle began his career treating muscle and joint pain using regenerative injection
therapies (RIT) such as prolotherapy, platelet rich plasma (PRP) and neural therapy.
He continues to use these therapies in practice today. The few patients whose chronic
pain did not resolve with RIT led him to discover the role that chronic infections
like Lyme disease can play in pain and neuro-degeneration.
While many patients travel to see Dr. Riddle for Lyme disease and its associated
infections, he also works with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), autoimmune
illnesses, thyroid disorders, hormone dysfunction, allergies and many other
health conditions. In addition to this, he has a family practice that focuses on
optimal wellness and athletic performance.