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Felix Linetsky M.D.
Created on: 9/28/2009
Address: 611 Druid Road East, Suite 303
  Clearwater, 33756, Florida
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Phone No.: 727-787-5555
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Doctor's Bio:
Dr. Linetsky knows what it is like to be nearly disabled due to musculoskeletal injury. In 1991, he came across the treatment then called sclerotherapy or prolotherapy and was successfully treated by Drs. Baum and Chase.

Since 1991, Dr. Linetsky's practice has focused on treatment of chronic musculoskeletal injuries or disease with prolotherapy or Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT). For nine years, he practiced with Dr. Rodney Chase, a pupil of the late Dr. Earl Gedney, who pioneered this treatment in 1937.

After extensive research and many publications, Dr. Linetsky concluded that the treatment at hand is in fact Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT) also known as prolotherapy. In 1999, he invented and introduced the new terminology Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT) to the medical community. Dr. Linetsky has taught many physicians across the United States and is a frequent speaker at medical conventions. Locally, he teaches RIT at NOVA Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine and The University of South Florida medical school, rotating residents, fellows and physicians.

Injury and the effects of musculoskeletal disease are the most common reasons patients seek medical attention. Often, symptoms are complex and it is not unusual that you may have more than one source contributing to your problem. Dr. Linetsky has the expertise, empathy and willingness to spend all the time necessary to identify the actual cause of your problems and implement a treatment specific to your needs such as prolotherapy, local anesthetic blocks, steroid injections, neurolytic blocks or various RIT solutions including Platelet Rich Plasma.
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