Prolozone Therapy Enhance Oxygen Production
Prolozone therapy, a minimally invasive procedure, can relieve pain, improve range of motion and could circumvent a need for surgery. The technique developed and pioneered by Dr. Frank Shallenberger is effective for all forms of
Prolozone therapy, a minimally invasive procedure, can relieve pain, improve range of motion and could circumvent a need for surgery. The technique developed and pioneered by Dr. Frank Shallenberger is effective for all forms of muscle, bone and joint pain, including chronic neck and back pain, rotator cuff injuries, arthritic hips and knees, degenerated discs and elbow pain. In many cases, Prolozone therapy actually corrects the underlying pathology because of its potent anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effect. A form of non-surgical ligament reconstruction, prolozone therapy is a connective tissue injection therapy of collagen-producing substances and ozone gas that can reconstruct damaged or weakened connective tissue in and around joints.
Prolozone can result in long-lasting pain reduction and healing because it addresses the underlying causes of inflammation, a self-perpetuating cycle of damage which limits oxygen and inhibits the body’s ability to repair itself. This therapy provides instant energy production in oxygen-deprived cells so that they can break the inflammation cycle and repair themselves.
The third oxygen atom in the ozone molecule makes it extremely reactive. When contaminants such as bacteria, viruses or fungi make contact with ozone, it creates a miniscule hole in the cell wall and the organism cannot survive. This process is called oxidation. Ozone essentially reverts back to oxygen after it is used and the residual oxygen attracts the body’s own stem cells to the area for regeneration and repair.
Jeffrey F. Hartford, NMD, is the owner of Energetic Health Center, located at 1003 N. Orchard St., in Boise. He specializes in prolozone therapy. For more information or to schedule a complimentary 15-minute phone consultation, call 208-376-3113. For more information, visit EhcBoise.com.