Joint Pain Injections 2018-09-04T10:57:37+00:00

Ozone Therapy ThroughJoint Injections

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Ozone joint injections are a form of non-surgical, permanent ligament reconstruction to treat chronic pain. Collagen-producing substances include procaine, anti-inflammatory medications, homeopathics, vitamins, minerals, and proliferatives. When combined with ozone/oxygen gas and injected into connective tissue, this treatment has the capability to permanently reverse chronic pain.

Ozone joint injections is similar to prolotherapy that also uses ozone. The use of ozone causes the joint to heal much more quick

ly than traditional prolotherapy would. This is because ozone is a highly reactive molecule, and when injected into a joint capsule, it is able to stimulate the repair of fibroblastic joint.

Doctor Frank Shallenberger reviews the nature of what medical grade ozone is, how it works in biological systems, and how it can be used to regenerate joints and other damaged tissues. You can read his article and case studies here.

Joint Injection Therapy is not appropriate for the beginning ozone physician, since it takes special training to learn the proper techniques and become proficient and confident in the therapy process.  Typical materials needed include:

  • 1 ½ “ x 27g needle
  • 1-2 ml procaine/lidocaine
  • 5-10 ml BiOcean complex or similar
  • 5-10 ml 10-15 gamma ozone
  • Other injection formulas may use methyl B-12, folic acid and a B-complex along with homeopathic solutions.
  • Inject solution followed by ozone using the same needle staying in the same spot.

Joint injections with Ozone is a technique that combines the principles of neural therapy, Prolotherapy, and ozone therapy. It involves injecting combinations of procaine, anti-inflammatory medications, homeopathics, vitamins, minerals, proliferatives, and ozone/oxygen gas into degenerated or injured joints, and into areas of pain. This article reviews the nature of what medical grade ozone is, how it works in biological systems, and how it can be used to regenerate joints and other damaged tissues, and to alleviate pain. Three case studies are presented.  Click here for more