What is Prolozone?
Prolozone therapy is an efficient and effective connective tissue injection therapy for pain, injury, and damaged or weakened connective tissue in and around joints. For example, Prolozone will help to regenerate tissue from an injury or wear and tear to the knees, shoulder, hips, spine, wrists, fingers, and any other joint. Prolozone is also effective with pain in ligaments, muscles and tendons.
How does it work?
Prolozone therapy is an injection of ozone with a numbing agent (procaine), B-!2, and Folic acid. The ozone will stimulate circulation in injured tissue. Ozone activates growth factors such as Transforming Growth Factor Beta (TGF-B) in the cells so they can repair and grow new cartilage and other connective tissue. Results are quite remarkable. Ozone is a small amount of active ozone (O3) and the rest is oxygen (O2). Cells cannot heal, grow, or produce energy without oxygen. Prolozone provides nutrients to the cells and reduces inflammation.
What will Prolozone do for me?
Pain is reduced in most people in one to three Prolozone treatments. Most joints need one to six treatments to regenerate. Some arthritis is shown in research to be associated with an undiagnosed infection. Ozone will immediately kill any organism it comes in contact with. At the same time it will stimulate the immune system to start the healing process. Many times the pain is what stops people from exercising. With Prolozone they can begin to benefit from all the things exercise can do to enhance health.
What does Prolozone therapy treat?
- Chronic neck pain
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Degenerative and arthritic joints
- Spinal disc pain
How many treatments will I need?
Generally the pain is gone in one to six treatments. Treatments are generally done every two weeks.
Will Prolozone help an old injury?
Yes. The age of the injury is not a limiting factor in you getting help with the problem.
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