Prolozone (O3 Restore)

O3 Restore is a minimally invasive, non-surgical  injection of a unique, proprietary combination of vitamins, homeopathic formulas, oxygen and O3 (ozone) molecules for injuries and degeneration of the neck, back, knees, joints, hands and discs. It has also been used for arthritic conditions and to break down scar tissue from surgery or injury. O3 Restore works by stimulating the body’s natural healing process, providing rapid relief of chronic pain while enhancing the body’s natural ability to rebuild damaged areas. The procedure takes about 30 minutes, is relatively painless, natural and affordable.

Conventional and invasive therapies carry considerable risks and potentially permanent side effects. The O3 Restore therapy is used for sports injuries, arthritic conditions, ligament damage, and degenerated discs in both the neck and back. Typically, those who receive O3 Restore report an immediate reduction of pain and increased functionality–even with severe pain that has been present for years. The benefits of the injection can be felt in a matter of minutes as it eliminates pain and begins to naturally stimulate the body to reconstruct damaged and/or weakened connective tissues. Every person’s body is unique and may respond differently to different approaches. In addition to the injection, other modalities may be recommended, such as nutritional supplements, massage and chiropractic.

O3 Restore is a real alternative to surgery, pain medications, and/or steroids. It can eliminate pain and help you avoid surgery and its complications. Our approach does not rely on pain medications with unwanted side effects such as chemical dependency and interference with natural bodily functions. Also, unlike surgery, O3 Restore does not create scar tissue or require a long period of post-procedure recovery. The goal is to improve your condition without negative side effects.

Conditions Successfully Treated with O3 Restore

  • Arthritic changes in the feet, ankles, hands
  • Scar tissue from previous injuries or post- surgical scar tissue
  • TMJ joint degeneration
  • Sub occipital headache
  • Chronic sinusitis
  • Fracture sites
  • Most any joint degenerative changes or irritation
  • Paget’s
  • Osgood-Shatter’s
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Arthritis
  • Minor muscle tears
  • Ganglion cysts
  • Trigger fingers
  • Neuromas
  • Tendonitis
  • Fascia pain
  • Heel spurs
  • Herniated discs in the cervical, thoracic or lumbar spine
  • Radial head inflammation
  • Carpal tunnel

If you’d like to learn more, please speak with your current doctor or request a consultation with Dr. Raithel.

-Dr. Michele Raithel, ND