Prolozone is a technique combining the principles of neural therapy, Prolotherapy, and Ozone therapy. It involves injecting combinations of procaine, anti-inflammatory medications, homeopathics, vitamins, minerals, and ozone/oxygen gas into degenerated or injured joints, scars and into areas of pain. Prolozone reduces pain through stimulating the body’s own healing processes by saturating the area with oxygen. 

Chronic painful inflammation is a localized area of tissue that is trapped in a state of reduced oxygen utilization. Restore oxygen utilization, and the tissue will function normally again. Prolozone works by improving oxygen perfusion in a localized area of damaged connective tissue, allowing it to heal, and to restore full function.

Unlike injecting a liquid, which will just pool at the injection site, gases expand when injected, and disseminate along areas of inflammation. The effect is that very large areas and difficult to reach areas are treated with only one injection. This decreases the number of injections needed to treat a given area, and greatly decreases the chance of missing the area of primary involvement.


Conditions Treated by Prolozone

• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Chronic back pain
• Chronic neck pain
• Degenerated discs
• Degenerative & arthritic ankles
• Degenerative & arthritic hips
• Degenerative & arthritic knees
• Dental infections
• Heel spurs
• Neuromas

  • Non-union fractures
  • Painful scars
  • Pelvic disorders
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Post-op pain
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Sciatica
  • Sinus infections
  • Sports injuries
  • Tennis elbow
  • TMJ

What to Expect from Prolozone Treatment

Patients will usually feel considerable relief before leaving the office due to the procaine which is a numbing agent used with the therapy.  Procaine is referred to as a “veteran” drug because it has been around so long. It is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and reduces calcifications in the tissue.

Sometimes one injection might be enough, but in most cases 3-7 injections are needed to fully impact the tissue with oxygen and nutrients to reduce inflammation so that repeated visits are not necessary in the future. 

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