Simple Treatment, Long-lasting Results*
This treatment method is natural, non-invasive and manipulation free. It delivers fast results, addresses the pain and repairs the damaged tissue. Sounds too good to be true? The Frozen Shoulder Treatment with Prolozone has a current success rate of over 80% according to some external sources. The Bulging Disc Treatment even over 90%. Feel free to contact us for more information.
Over 1,000 people have been treated by this method over the period of last 5 years with extremely high success rate, free from any side effects. Read more about the treatment methodology.
Scientific Research Supports The Methodology*
INTRODUCTION: Medical ozone is a mixture of oxygen and ozone which can be used for several medical applications. Ozone was first applied clinically to the treatment of lumbar sciatic pain periodically, while Pietrogrande was the first in Italy to report on its intradiscal administration to treat nucleus polposus herniation.
On account of these considerations, I.C.O.T. Latina have decided to introduce this method in their Institute (I.C.O.T. Latina) as an alternative to surgery in the treatment of lumbar sciatic pain supported by an intradiscal hernia.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: September, 1995, to April, 1997, they treated more than 1000 patients with intradiscal ozone infiltration.
They prospectively analyzed the first 50 patients, with 6 months’ follow-up at least; all of them were preliminarily submitted to clinical examination, electromyography, CT and MRI. After local anesthesia, they injected the disk, with 18-20 G needles and under CT or fluoroscopic guidance, with 12 ml of a mixture of oxygen and ozone at a concentration of 20-30 micrograms/ml. The treatment was repeated two or three more times at intervals of 3, 15 or, when necessary, 30 days.
After each treatment, CT follow-ups were carried out and the final follow-up was made 3 months later.
RESULTS: They divided their results into clinical and instrumental. As for clinical response, they had 68% positive results (40% excellent, 28% good) and 32% negative results (10% of patients underwent surgery and 22 are under medical and physical treatment).
As for CT response, they had 82% positive results (36% excellent, 46% good), while no major changes between pre- and post-treatment CT findings in the remaining 18% of cases.
CONCLUSIONS: Ozone therapy, thanks to its ease of execution and non-invasiveness, permits the successful outpatient treatment of lumbar sciatic pain.
Moreover, the lack of major complications and the good results obtained compared to other methods, such as chemonucleolysis, percutaneous automated discectomy, microsurgery and conventional surgery, suggest that ozone therapy can be considered the treatment of choice for lumbar sciatic pain and a valid alternative to surgery in many cases.
*In Australia Ozone Therapy is not officially recognized yet as a part of mainstream medicine and is a part of Complementary Medicine. Many Ozone Therapy specialists may not be registered practitioners in Australia and considered as Complementary Medicine practitioners.
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