Prolozone in La Mesa, CA

Prolozone

We are proud to offer the individuals of Dr. Williamson with alternative and holistic solutions to both acute and chronic pain. In many cases, patients experiencing chronic pain are left with very few options for relief. The traditional solution to several kinds of musculoskeletal and joint pain is a long list of prescription medications. Some patients struggling with chronic joint pain may also require expensive and invasive reconstruction surgeries. Fortunately, there are other alternatives available to you!

Prolozone Therapy is a form of non-surgical reconstruction of the connective tissues and joints throughout the body. Individuals of Dr. Williamson have found great relief and even full recovery after getting Prolozone Therapy in our office. Dr. Linette Williamson is a strong believer in the positive role Prolozone Therapy plays in the recovery and reconstruction of damaged tendons, ligaments, joints, and muscles.

Unlike other solutions to chronic pain, Prolozone Therapy fixes the pathology of the problem, allowing the body to heal itself naturally. This great alternative to pain medication and risky surgeries is very safe, highly successful, and cost-effective. By combining the natural element of ozone with other medications, Prolozone can easily offer relief after a single injection.

What Is Prolozone Therapy?

So, exactly what is Prolozone? In simple terms, Prolozone is an injection of ozone gas combined with other natural medicines. When ozone is injected into the body, it increases the blood supply to that particular area. In doing so, it also promotes an increased flow of healthy nutrients, improving the natural healing cycle of your body.

The circulation of the vital elements which exist in the bloodstream is important to the natural regeneration and healing process of the body. By increasing the blood supply to an injured area, essential vitamins and minerals are also supplied by the body which aid in the healing process.

There are three main elements of Prolozone Therapy. Each component of Prolozone is crucial in the regeneration process. The first component of Prolozone is natural anti-inflammatory medications. These are used to reduce the swelling in the injured area, therefore promoting increased circulation. The second major component of Prolozone is the injection of specific vitamins and minerals that are crucial to the body's natural healing process.

Lastly, the third component of Prolozone Therapy, oxygen gas in the form of ozone. The combination of these three components promotes proper circulation and regeneration of the damaged tissues, tendons, or muscles. The majority of patients experience instant relief upon receiving their first injection of Prolozone. However, Prolozone Therapy is generally most effective after 3-5 sessions. Dr. Brandon Washatka will work with you to determine a Prolozone Therapy treatment plan that best meets your particular needs.

How Well Does Prolozone Therapy Work?

In some cases, individuals are usually considering having surgery for their pain when they look to prolozone therapy as a last option. However, it does not have to happen this way. Prozolone is a great preventative option that has produced amazing results without the patient having to go to surgery at all.

For individuals who are treated for muscle or joint pain, some of the advantages have shown:
  • Decreased Inflammation
  • Decreased Pain
  • More Mobility
  • Improved Flexibility
  • Fewer Arthritis Symptoms

When a patient chooses prolozone therapy, they are in control of how frequently they are given the injections. This method triggers the body's natural healing processes, are non-addictive, and are non-surgical.

If you are considering surgery but have not tried prolozone therapy yet, you should seriously think about taking the next step towards this option.

What Kinds of Conditions Does Prolozone Therapy Work For?

After getting a series of injections, patients can expect to see success against a wide variety of illnesses and symptoms. A few of the major conditions that prolozone therapy is used for are:

  • Lyme Disease
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Neck Pain
  • Muscle Pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Joint Pain
  • Morton's Neuroma Of The Foot
  • Lower Back Pain

Anyone experiencing either acute or chronic pain can benefit from getting Prolozone Therapy. Some of the most commonly treated conditions include: joint pain, damaged tendons, degenerated discs, sports-related injuries of all kinds, knee and back pain, and neck pain caused by whiplash. Prolozone Therapy offers relief and in many cases total recovery from these and several other problems.

What are the Side Effects of Prolozone Therapy?

Prolozone therapy has been around for a long time, and it is considered to be a lot more safe than various other pain relief techniques that are utilized by traditional medications. Because of this, it is extremely rare for a patient to experience any adverse effects.

When an appointment is made for a patient to receive treatment, they are given numbing medications. After that they will normally get around two to four injections in one area. The appointment only lasts for around 10-- 15 minutes, and it is normal for a follow up visit to be set up for two weeks after your initial visit depending on how well the first injections were received.

The needles that are utilized for this injection procedure are very small and usually don't cause any problems with individuals. However, whenever there is a procedure, there are risks. There might be some light sensitivity or bruising around where the injection took place, however is able to be tended to quickly with no long term effects.

For more information about Dr. Linette's practice and Prolozone in La Mesa, California, contact us at 760-875-2627 or visit our website at LinetteWilliamson.com and schedule your appointment today!

Dr. Williamson's guidance can help you return to an improved quality of life.

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