One of the primary reasons that joints heal slowly is because they don't have as rich of a blood supply as other tissues. When damaged occurs to the the connective tissue around joints, the resulting swelling reduces the blood flow even more. Pain results from the relative lack of oxygen and nutrients in the area. If left in that state, many joint injuries develop some level of chronic pain and limited function.
Prolozone injections work to counter this situation in four ways. First, a local anesthetic called marcaine is used to reset irritated nerves making them less sensitive. Second, homeopathic anti-inflammatories are used to calm the inflammation and reduce swelling. This also increases circulation. Third, wound healing nutrients like B vitamins are introduced to feed damaged cells and assist with cellular repair and regeneration. Last the cells are bathed in ozone which delivers a concentrated form of oxygen to these oxygen-starved cells.
The result: Pain is relieved, the tissue is fed, and the increased circulation puts it back on the track to be healthy.
Pain relief is often noted within a matter of days but if the condition is chronic it is possible that complete pain relief may require a small series of injections to completely resolve the pain.
Pricing for Prolozone injections begins at $300 for 1 region. Additional regions treated on the same day are $200.