Find Out if Prolozone Therapy is Right for You
Do you suffer from sore joints? Many people experience joint pain due to sports, old injuries, or simply due to aging. Our bodies begin to degenerate in early adulthood and continue throughout our lifetime as we put stress on our muscles and joints doing everyday activities like walking. Prolozone therapy is a natural regenerative therapy used for any type of joint pain or injury.
How it Works
Prolozone therapy is a natural, non-surgical, and minimally invasive treatment that can regrow, or make new tissue. The procedure is made up of two parts. In the first phase, a syringe of liquid vitamins and minerals is injected into the affected area, which adds nutrition back into areas like your vertebrae, ligaments, tendons, muscles, connective tissue, joint space, etc. Contained in the solution are homeopathics which help to control inflammation and swelling in order to allow better circulation.
The second part of the procedure involves infiltrating the area with ozone directly after the solution is injected, which helps the initial solution to spread further into the affected areas. Prolozone therapy therefore can provide more healing capabilities with fewer needles making it a minimally invasive treatment. The combination of the first and second steps of the procedure causes the proliferation, regeneration, and rebuilding of new ligament and cartilage tissues. This makes prolozone therapy as a pain management tool a great alternative option to steroids and surgical options.
Benefits of Ozone Therapy
Ozone therapy was first discovered in the 1800’s and was used to treat infections in World War I. Ozone therapy has been shown to benefit a range of conditions including pain, cardiovascular disease, mitochondrial dysfunction, infection, and non-healing skin lesions. It has also been shown to benefit in neurological disorders, autoimmunity, cancer, and fatigue.
Who Prolozone Therapy Can Help
Prolozone therapy can be an effective option to consider for anyone experiencing chronic pain. If you have an old work injury, arthritis, fibromyalgia, or pain from sports like running, you may consider prolozone therapy to assist with the regeneration of muscle tissue. 3 to 5 injections are recommended over 8 to 10 weeks. Improvements should be seen after each treatment and can come in the form of decreased pain, increased mobility and flexibility. If you are thinking about steroids or surgical options, talk to us about prolozone therapy first to see if it could be the right treatment plan for you.
Call us at American Regenerative Clinic if you question does prolozone therapy work or want to know more about our other treatments, call us and we will find the one that’s right for you.