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Prolozone Therapy Relieves Pain and Promotes Healing

Prolozone therapy is a phenomenal way of healing injured joints and soft tissue. Rather than just treating symptoms, Prolozone promotes the healing of injured or worn out tissues. It does so by promoting the body’s own innate ability to heal itself.
   
The process of life, aging and physical activity naturally wear down healthy tissue just as the brake pads of a car wear down with use. Although the technology of surgical joint replacement has improved markedly, it should be reserved as a last resort. Prolozone therapy is a combination of essential vitamins, homeopathies and ozone injected into tissues that have limited circulation. Procaine and lidocaine, used in medicine today as a short-lived local anesthetic, are also included in the mix.
   
European Medicine has known for almost a century that procaine promotes the health of cell membranes and prevents the cell’s contents from leaking into surrounding tissues. This leakage is very irritating and creates inflammation and pain. Homeopathic medicines are anti-inflammatory and can promote rebuilding of healthy tissue. Ozone, which is a natural substance consisting of three oxygen atoms per molecule, promotes the transport of healing oxygen into the cells and activates the intracellular mechanisms for healing.

Brian Cabin, MD, MD(H) provides prolozone therapy at Gentle Loving Medical Care, located at 616 N. Country Club Rd., Ste. 180, Tucson. Connect at 520-319-2810, [email protected] or DrCabin.com. See ad, page 15.


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