Joint Rejuvenation – Prolozone / PRP
Not FDA Approved
What is it?
Prolozone is a technique that marries concepts from neural therapy, Prolotherapy, and ozone therapy. It involves injecting various combinations of procaine, anti-inflammatory medications/homeopathics, vitamins, minerals, proliferatives, and a mixture of ozone gas into degenerated or injured joints, and in areas of pain. The result of this combination is nothing short of remarkable in that damaged tissues may be regenerated, and otherwise untreatable pain can find relief.
PRP (Platelet-rich plasma) is obtained from the patient who is being treated. Blood is withdrawn from a vein in the patient's arm and the blood is placed in a centrifuge, a machine that spins at a high speed to separate the different types of blood cells. The physician extracts the platelet-rich portion of the blood and injects this into the area of injury. There is not just platelets in the concentrated layer of the "spun" blood, but also other important growth factors, plasma, and red blood cells. By injecting PRP into areas of an injury, the hope is to stimulate and optimize your body's ability to heal the chronic conditions.
Considered alternative therapy and is not covered by insurance.
- Ozone directly stimulates the damaged area of the body by providing it oxygen and relieving you from pain.
- Anti-inflammatories in Prolozone reduces inflammation and swelling in the damaged area resulting in better circulation resulting in better healing.
- Contains vitamins and minerals that are critical in the healing process.
- Fewer Side Effects because treatment uses your own blood.
- Treats Chronic and Unresponsive Injuries.
- High Level of Growth and Healing Factors.
Conditions that respond?
Chronic neck and back pain, rotator cuff injuries, degenerative and arthritic hips, knees, and ankles, degenerated discs, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, TMJ, sciatica, heel spurs, neuromas, tennis elbow, sinus infections, pelvic disorders, dental infections, post-op pain, non-union factures, painful scars, sports injuries and trigger points.
Achilles tendonitis and injuries, rotator cuff tendonitis, tennis elbow, patellar tendonitis, knee arthritis, and even natural hair restoration.
Involves an injection in the area of pain. The response to treatment varies from person to person and the number of treatments is dependent on injury and response. If you think Prolotherapy or PRP treatments could benefit you, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re passionate about finding you the treatment that’s right for you so you can rely on us to provide a totally personalized approach to your therapy.