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Prolozone

Prolozone is a pain relief therapy patented by Dr. Frank Shallenberger from Nevada State, USA. Prolozone is an injection therapy of collagen producing substances and ozone to oxygenate the tissues. This helps in tissue regeneration, permanent repair to damaged tissue and reduction in pain thus avoiding surgery.

How Does Prolozone Work?

  • Circulation is the most important element in the healing of tissues. The rate of healing of tissue is directly proportional to the amount of vitamins and oxygen received at the site.

  • Of these, by far the most important is oxygen. Low levels of oxygen cause an accumulation of lactic acid, which is what causes pain. Firstly, the area is infused with vitamins and minerals that are critical for healing. Secondly, the area is introduced to Oxygen in the form of Ozone.

  • Prolozone induces inflammation in the tissues and initiates an inflammatory response. The body uses all its resources to heal the inflamed area thus resulting in miraculous cures.

  • Prolozone produces faster lasting results and less expensive. It is also effective in regenerating cartilage in damaged knees and hips.

After The Injection

  • Pain: Sometimes negligible, Sometimes severe.

  • Swelling: Visible swelling is rare but can occur.

Both Pain and swelling are part of the inflammatory response and usually start disappearing over the week. Into the second week, there is usually no pain or swelling and you start feeling better.

How Many Injections Do I Have To Take?

Usually you have to take a set of five injections. Three injections at fifteen day intervals and followed by two injections at monthly intervals. If your problem is very severe, you may need monthly injections over a year. Maintenance needs to be done by taking a booster injection every year.

What Conditions Can Be Treated With Prolozone?

Prolozone can be used for,

  • Degenerative and Osteoarthritic changes in Knee and Hip joint

  • Lumbar and Cervical Spondylitis, Degenerated or Herniated Discs

  • Frozen Shoulder, Rotator cuff injuries

  • Uterine Fibroids

  • Ovarian Tumours

  • Endometriosis

  • Severe Back Pain

  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers

  • TMJ syndrome

  • Plantar fasciitis, Calcaneal spur