Prolotherapy is usually not covered by insurance so if you do decide to go ahead with it, call your insurance company first to make sure it is covered, or you can wind up with several thousands of dollars for out of pocket medical expenses.
It's been a bit of time since I last looked into prolotherapy but when I did, it was considered to be controversial , as to whether or not it is helpful or not for the treatment of pain.
I always recommend and strongly suggest that you do your research into any suggested treatment options , to find out how helpful they may or may not be.
Have you considered accupuncture? It is far more helpful , from reports that I have read, than prolotherapy.
Motorcycle accident 1992, Back problems from 92 to 2005. August 2005- early 2006- Chiropractor care
March 2006- consult with surgeon -PLIF/TLIF L4-5, spondylolysthesis, canal and foraminal stenosis, multiple herniations
Post Op Cauda Equina Syndrome
Revision August 2007- salvage op
March 2011- 2nd onset of Cauda Equina Syndrome
Needs surgery to prevent paralysis