Prolo Ozone Injection Therapy Protocol

Prolo Ozone Injection Therapy Protocol


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Prolo Ozone Injection Therapy Protocol provided by the Society of Progressive Medical Education.

Prolo ozone injections are commonly used to regenerate and repair damaged tissue.  It can be injected directly into joints or next to them.  The protocol involves a pre-mixed solution provided by Drug Crafters and ozone gas generated on site.  

Common injection points include:

  • Fingers and wrist
  • Elbow
  • Shoulder
  • Back
  • Neck
  • Knees
  • Toes and ankle
  • Hips

The injections can only be administered by a medical practitioner.

Prolo ozone injections are said to help:

  • Tears, strains, and sprains
  • Pain
  • Arthritis
  • Sports injuries
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Herniated disc
  • Back pain
  • Degenerative bone disease

and much more.  Depending on your location, prolo ozone injections range from $100 - $300 and are typically done in a series of four to ten injections over a number of weeks.  It is highly recommended to hydrate well before and after a prolo ozone injection.

According to Drug Crafters, an 8mL prolo ozone mixture commonly includes:

  • Methyl-B12 1mg/mL = 2mL
  • Pyridoxine 100mg/mL = 1mL
  • Dextrose 50% = 1mL
  • Procaine 2% = 4mL

Administration

  1. Draw 8mL of solution into sterile syringe using antiseptic technique
  2. Inject into selected area
  3. Leave needle in, unlock syringe with solution and discard
  4. Lock syringe with ozone gas onto needle and infuse

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