Prolozone is a combination of homeopathic, nutrient, and oxygen injection that utilizes the power of oxygen to help regenerate damaged tissues, joints, ligaments, and tendons. The solution contains a mixture of B vitamins, proliferates, and anti-inflammatory medication added to ozone/oxygen gas. Prolozone differs from other pain injectables, such as Cortisone Steroid Shots. Many patients who receive Cortisone or other steroid shots face side effects, especially with long-term usage. Cortisone is a temporary solution that simply masks the pain, versus Prolozone, which helps promote healing. Since there are no side effects and it is a low-risk treatment, Prolozone can be used as a permanent fix to underlying causes of pain instead of just a mask.
Injection therapy is an excellent treatment option to try alongside physical therapy and before any surgery. Patients facing a pain-related condition are some of the most benefited from Prolozone Injection Therapy. Conditions like chronic neck and back pain, arthritis, degenerating disks, carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, TMJ, and sciatica are a few of the most treated with Prolozone injection Therapy. Post-surgery patients or recovering from non-union fractures, tennis elbow, or any sports-related injuries also find pain relief through the injectable.
How exactly does it help heal? By using nutrients and ozone around joints, nerves, ligaments, and tendons, the immune system is stimulated at the cellular level to increase the amount of oxygen in the targeted area. With higher oxygen levels, healing is boosted, and pain levels are reduced naturally in the body. Prolozone stimulates cells in the body to regenerate collagen and cartilage, which the body uses to repair ligaments and joints. With the regenerative process, pain is minimized by the body.
If you are facing an ailment that is causing you pain without relief, schedule a consultation with The Get Well Center. We are conveniently located in the heart of Mansfield, making us an ideal location for patients in North Central Ohio. To schedule your appointment, please call us at 419-524-2676.