Medical ozone injection therapy is a proven non-surgical treatment modality that has become one of the most popular treatments for spine, joint and muscle conditions worldwide. Study after study has been published that demonstrates its efficacy and safety.
Dr. Bleiweiss pioneered medical ozone disc injection procedures in the United State to treat painful and debilitating herniated disc conditions. He has devoted years of research and practice to formulate specific injection protocols and developed many effective techniques for the treatment of disc diseases. As a result, Dr. Bleiweiss has unparalleled success with these procedures. One of the primary reasons that ozone injection therapy is so effective in treating herniated discs is because these injections act to shrink the herniated disc tissue. Additionally, medical ozone injection therapy treats the cause of the pain by activating the body’s own powerful healing and repair mechanisms and ramping up the body’s ability to handle oxidative stress. As a result, ozone injection therapy often produces a long lasting positive effect in reducing pain and restoring compromised function.
The majority of patients who come to our practice for ozone injections don’t want surgery or have experienced failed surgeries. They are looking for an alternative that is proven and produces consistent positive results. In many cases, a single procedure is performed with long lasting results. This enables our patients to live pain free lives and carry on their favorite activities. Click here to read about our patients experiences in their own words.
Dr. Bleiweiss has been successfully treating acute and chronic joint and muscle pain conditions with ozone injections for many years. Many patients experience total pain relief while some experience dramatic pain reduction. Most of these patients come to our practice after they have tried other conventional treatments without benefit or improvement.
Here are some of the common pain conditions that can be effectively treated by ozone injections:
- Herniated discs
- Osteoarthritis and degenerative joint conditions of the shoulders, hips, knees and ankles
- Sport injuries resulting in acute or chronic pain of the neck, back, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles
- Tendonitis and other tendon injuries
- Muscle spasm, chronic muscle tension and muscle pain
- Chronic and acute neck and back pain