Oxygen is vital in the healing process and in how the body fights inflammation. Often times, more oxygen is required than what our bodies are bringing in and that is where prolozone injections come in. This treatment delivers the much needed oxygen to literally any area that needs help in healing vs. other treatments that can’t do the same thing.

prolozone injection therapy

Relief is achieved by injecting a natural, nutrient rich solution at the site of pain and then followed with an injection of ozone (concentrated oxygen gas). Ozone is naturally occurring in the human body. The procedure is minimally invasive and there are few risks because the skin is sterilized and ozone is antimicrobial.

Dr. Noah Edvalson is a Fellow of the American Academy of Ozone Therapy (FAAO), an Academy Prolozone Therapist (APT), and one of the only practitioners in Idaho to have completed the Advanced Prolozone Therapy training with both Drs. Frank Shallenberger and Robert Rowen. Make sure you choose someone that is trained and credentialed by the American Academy of Ozone Therapy.

What is Prolozone?

Prolozone is a natural and safe alternative to steroid injections for pain, arthritis, and infections.  It is grouped together with Platelet Rich Plasma in a category known as "Regenerative Injection Therapies" for its ability to help the wounded tissue heal. 

What can Prolozone help with?

Prolozone injections are excellent for conditions like:

  • Joint pain: low back, neck, shoulders, elbow, hips, and knees
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Degenerative disks and musculoskeletal pain
  • Whiplash
  • Muscle spasms
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Torn tendons
  • Sciatica
  • Many more!
  • ICIM Success Stories using Prolozone

    "Hi Caryn and Doc. Noah,

    Everything is going good for me and my knees.  If not for you doc. Noah, I wouldn't be able to walk.  I would have had to get knee replacements by now.  But thanks to God, you and Prolozone I don't have to have surgery.  My knee's feel great and I'm able to enjoy my life.  Hope everything is going good for you."

     - YH

    Additional Info about Prolozone at the ICIM

    While sometimes there can be some mild swelling at the site or stiffness that may last anywhere from an hour to a couple of days, there is relatively little discomfort associated with this treatment. We strive to make your experience a positive one, as well as, to answer any questions you may have.

    At this point, prolozone injections are not covered by insurance, so contact our office for more information. We do recommend at least three treatments to see optimum results.