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Ozone Therapy

Tri-Life Health, PC

Functional Medicine & Integrative Medicine located in Fort Collins, CO

To reduce pain, enhance healing, and improve overall health and wellness, you may want to consider ozone therapy. Roger Billica, MD, William Billica, MD, and the team at Tri-Life Health in Fort Collins, Colorado, offer ozone therapy to treat chronic pain, weak joints, injuries, and much more. To schedule an appointment or learn more about ozone treatment at Tri-Life Health call the office today.

Ozone Therapy Q & A

What is ozone therapy?

Ozone therapy at Tri-Life Health can be provided in many different ways including IV treatment of blood, rectally, and direct injections into joints and tissues. These can be used to reduce pain, repair tissues, strengthen the immune system, optimize cell energy production, and improve your overall health naturally. The injections contain oxygen in the form of ozone to produce these effects. The procedure has been around for many decades and is well-researched and established as safe and can help you achieve dramatic results.

What is ozone therapy used for?

Ozone therapy at Tri-Life Health helps treat the following conditions:

  • Chronic pain
  • Back and neck pain
  • Shoulder, knee, and hip pain
  • Joint damage
  • Overuse injuries
  • Sciatica
  • Fatigue
  • Arthritis pain
  • Infections
  • Support for cancer patients

Ozone injections into joints and tissues are a natural, holistic treatment for pain that helps you avoid taking addictive pain medicines. It can increase blood flow, reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and hydrate damaged tissues. 

If you have painful arthritis but would like to avoid taking harsh medications, ozone injections might be the solution you’ve been searching for. They’re also beneficial if you want to prevent the need for knee or hip replacement surgery.

Is ozone therapy right for me?

Your provider reviews your medical history and symptoms and completes a physical exam to determine if ozone therapy is right for you. They might use MRIs, X-rays, or other diagnostic imaging procedures, too.

What happens during ozone injections?

Prior to ozone injections, your provider injects the treatment area with a local anesthetic, homeopathic Traumeel, and B12 to reduce swelling and pain. Next, they inject affected areas of your body with oxygen in the form of ozone to stimulate tissue regeneration.

What should I expect after ozone therapy?

After ozone injections, you should begin feeling better over time. Tri-Life Health specialists may recommend a series of injections at 1-2 week intervals until you achieve the results you desire. While everybody is different, most people benefit from 4-6 treatments. We often accompany the ozone injection with other supportive and anti-inflammatory therapies such as Bio-Photon and Frequency Specific Microcurrent™.

You might experience redness, soreness, or swelling at the injection site, but these side effects are temporary. Ice the area or take over-the-counter pain relievers as needed to reduce swelling and alleviate soreness.

Is ozone therapy safe?

Ozone therapy is a natural, well-researched, and safe treatment. Tri-Life Health takes universal precautions and uses sterile needles. Ozone therapy is a safer, more effective alternative to addictive pain medicines. Your provider might ask you to avoid taking medications that affect bleeding before each ozone treatment.

Don’t live with a long-lasting injury or chronic pain when effective alternative treatments are available at Tri-Life Health. Call the Treatment Center for an appointment today to learn more.

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