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Regenerative Medicine
with Prolozone & Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections

Are you seeking a non-surgical and innovative solution for joint pain and musculoskeletal issues? Look no further than Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections and Prolozone Injections. 

Prolozone Injections

Prolozone therapy is an alternative, nonsurgical treatment that may be used for all forms of musculoskeletal and joint pain. It involves injection therapy of collagen-producing substances and ozone gas into the patient's connective tissue. Such injections have been shown to result in the reconstruction of damaged tissue. Prolozone therapy is an improvement over traditional prolotherapy because of its use of ozone, a substance that stimulates the body's ability to repair joints.

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How Prolozone Therapy Works
Ligaments, the bands that attach bones to other bones in the joints, have a great many nerve endings, so ligament injury results in intense pain. Once ligaments have been injured, they cannot regain elasticity on their own because they have a limited blood supply. Prolozone permits increased blood flow to the affected area, interrupting the cycle of pain and inflammation. This increased blood flow provides the damaged tissue with improved nutrition and hydration, both of which promote healing. In this way, partially torn connective tissue and ligaments are repaired, increasing range of motion and lessening pain.
In its use for non-musculoskeletal disease conditions, prolozone is believed to increase the antioxidants in the body, helping to fight off invasions by bacteria, fungi, viruses, and even protozoa. 

Prolozone joint injections are particularly effective in addressing various joint conditions, including osteoarthritis, ligament sprains, tendinitis, and degenerative joint disease. By targeting the root cause of joint pain and dysfunction, this therapy provides long-lasting relief and supports the body's natural healing processes.

Prolozone joint injections are generally well-tolerated, with minimal downtime. Patients may experience temporary soreness or swelling at the injection site, which typically resolves within a few days. Depending on the severity and chronicity of the condition, multiple treatment sessions may be recommended to achieve the desired results.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Joint Injections  

What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a revolutionary medical treatment that utilizes a concentrated form of your own blood to stimulate healing and regeneration. Platelets, rich in growth factors and bioactive proteins, play a crucial role in tissue repair and regeneration. When injected into damaged joints or tissues, PRP promotes the body's natural healing mechanisms, providing relief from pain and improving overall function.

At Lakes Area IV Wellness, our experienced medical team specializes in addressing a range of musculoskeletal concerns, including:

  • Joint Pain: Arthritis, osteoarthritis, and other joint-related issues.

  • Soft Tissue Injuries: Tendonitis, ligament injuries, and muscle strains.

  • Chronic Pain: Conditions such as chronic inflammation or overuse injuries.

Why Choose Prolozone and/or PRP?

  1. Non-Surgical Approach: Prolozone and PRP injections offer a non-surgical alternative for individuals seeking relief from joint pain and musculoskeletal issues without the need for invasive procedures.

  2. Minimal Downtime: Experience minimal disruption to your daily life with short recovery times compared to traditional surgical interventions.

  3. Natural Healing: Prolozone and PRP harnesses your body's own healing abilities, promoting natural regeneration and tissue repair.

  4. Personalized Treatment: Our medical professionals tailor each treatment plan to your unique needs, ensuring personalized and effective care

These procedures are performed in a clinical setting by healthcare professionals experienced in PRP and Prolozone therapy. They use specialized techniques to ensure the accurate placement of the injections and optimize the therapeutic outcome. The treatment plan is tailored to each individual's specific needs, considering factors such as the severity of the condition, overall health, and treatment goals.

PRP Joint Injection
Prolozone Joint Injection
Additional PRP or Prolozone Injection
PRP + Prolozone Joint Injection
Additional PRP + Prolozone Joint
Trigger Point Ozone Injections
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