Prolozone® is an oxygen injection technique developed and pioneered by Dr. Shallenberger. When used in aesthetics, medical grade oxygen called ozone, is injected into the facial muscles causing a natural response within our body to build elastin and collagen, promote circulation and remove toxins. This results in the smoothening and tightening of wrinkles and skin. The overall result is a more youthful, natural dewy glow. Prolozone is a safe and natural alternative to botox or it can also be used in combination with botox to promote optimal results. A session of 3 or more is recommended
What is Prolozone and how does it work?
Prolozone is derived from the Latin word “proli” and ozone. “Proli”means to proliferate, regenerate, and rebuild. Ozone or O3, is a three-oxygen molecule composed of oxygen atoms.Prolozone therapy, a cutting-edge medical treatment, involves injecting a powerful combination of ozone and nutrient-rich solution directly into targeted areas like joints or soft tissues. This innovative approach aims to address chronic pain and promote healing in musculoskeletal conditions. By harnessing the regenerative properties of ozone, Prolozone therapy is believed to enhance oxygenation, reduce inflammation, and stimulate the production of collagen, crucial for tissue repair. The nutrient solution further supports the healing process. While anecdotal evidence suggests positive outcomes, it's important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to assess the suitability of Prolozone therapy for individual conditions. Explore our website for in-depth insights into this transformative approach to pain management and tissue regeneration.
Medical grade ozone is safe and effective. The use of ozone therapy has been around since the 1950’s. It has been used widely in Europe to disinfect and treat many health conditions. It is now gaining traction here in the United States, and is offered as an alternative treatment to traditional medicine that is minimally invasive.
Does Prolozone hurt? As with any medical procedure, individual experiences can vary, and what one person finds uncomfortable, another may tolerate well. If you are considering Prolozone therapy, discussing pain management options and expectations with your healthcare provider beforehand is recommended