What is Prolozone Therapy?

Prolozone therapy is an injection that consists of a local anesthetic and an ozone/oxygen mixture. Ozone is a gas composed of three oxygen atoms. The ozone/oxygen mixture provides the required oxygen needed for healing and regenerative of the tissue structures, tendons, muscle, etc. One of the main causes of chronic pain is poor circulation. As we get older our circulation decreases. When we have an injury there is swelling which reduces blood flow to the area.

When the injured connective tissue cannot receive the oxygen and nutrients that it needs this results in a chronic pain syndrome with no chance of healing. The prolozone injection provides the oxygen that is so vital to the healing and regeneration of the injured tissue (muscles, ligaments, tendons, etc). Prtolozone therapy is truly regenerative medicine at its best. Prolozone therapy is also anti-inflammatory and stimulates growth factors in the tissue surrounding a damaged joint. Like platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections — another type of regenerative medicine — prolozone therapy stimulates new growth at a cellular level.

Frequently Asked Questions

Conditions We Treat

The most common types of pain that we successfully treat naturally with Prolozone are:

  • low back pain
  • mid back pain
  • upper back pain
  • neck pain
  • shoulder pain
  • knee pain
  • tendonitis
  • cervical disc injuries
  • arthritis
  • hip pain
  • elbow pain
  • wrist pain
  • other joint pain
  • range of motion issues
  • myofascial pain syndrome
  • foot/ankle pain

Back pain can be debilitating, and surgery isn’t right for everyone. An excellent alternative to surgery is back pain Prolozone therapy. Located in the US Virgin Islands, Gary Jett, MD, specializes in Prolozone injection therapy for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain.

We have had amazing results in our clinic with these conditions as well:

  • tennis elbow
  • golfer's elbow
  • swimmer's shoulder
  • frozen shoulder
  • carpal tunnel
  • considering knee, neck, back or other surgery?
  • rotator cuff injuries
  • achilles tendinitis
  • patellar tendinitis
  • degenerative and arthritic hips
  • degenerative and arthritic knees
  • degenerated discs
  • painful shoulders

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