If you suffer from chronic pain or any of the conditions listed inside this brochure then you are a candidate for Prolozone Injection Therapy. Help your body heal itself with the help of Prolozone Injection Therapy.
What Is Prolozone? Prolozone is a homeopathic-nutrient oxygen injection technique. Prolozone is derived from the word “proli,” meaning to regenerate or rebuild, and the word ozone. Ozone is the most highly active form of oxygen in the universe. How Does Prolozone Work? Prolozone uses the power of oxygen to improve damaged tissues, joints, ligaments and tendons to regenerate. Prolozone also eradicate the cause of sensation of pain.
What Can I Expect? Most patients can expect an immediate decrease in pain, healing of cartilage and ligament, and a true cure of most chronic injuries and degenerative processes. Although the response to treatment varies from person to person, most people only need from 2-5 treatments.
What Is Prolozone Used For? Prolozone is effective for anything associated with pain.
Chronic neck and back pain
Rotator cuff injuries
Degenerative and arthritic hips and knees
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Any sports related injury
Are There Any Prolozone Therapy Side Effects? No. There have been no Prolozone side effects reported.
Is Prolozone Covered By Insurance? Yes. The initial consultation is free. Some injections are covered by some insurance providers.
How Does PRP Therapy Differ from Other Injections and Filler? Hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Restylane and Juvederm, are composed of solid material that fills lines and skin folds. PRP stimulates your own collagen to grow for total facial rejuvenation rather than individual wrinkle improvement.
How Are PRP Injections Administered? PRP procedure is identical to receiving a joint injection, and are of minimal discomfort.
Are the Injections Painful? Generally speaking PRP injections are not painful; however the discomfort level depends on the part of the body being treated. There is sometimes a small amount of pain after the procedure; however this does not last more than a few days and can be minimized with over the counter Tylenol. It is critical to avoid (N-said) anti-inflammatory medications such as Aleve, Motrin, Celebrex, Naprosyn, and Mobic.
Are There Risks With PRP? Overall, PRP is an especially safe treatment option with no risk of allergic reaction because it is your own blood. However, anytime a needle is placed in the body, there is a risk of infection, bleeding, and nerve damage. These risks do not happen often and are very rare.
When Can I Expect to Feel Better? The benefit to PRP therapy is that unlike other treatments it has a sustained outcome and is categorized as a permanent fix. The time-frame for experiencing results is dependent upon the area of injury and the extent of the injury. On average, most patients start to see signs of improvement in the form of reduced pain or increased function within four to six weeks. How Do Platelets Rejuvenate Skin? Platelets are the cells in the blood that help tissue to heal and grow new cells. The PRP, injected into specific areas of the skin, act as a matrix that promotes your own collagen to grow, regenerates tissue, and thus acts as to naturally smooth and tighten the skin. In this way, PRP softens wrinkles and creating smoother skin texture and tone.