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Prolotherapy is another name for proliferation therapy. It’s also called natural injection therapy. The procedure itself has a long history. There are different types of Prolotherapy, but the results are phenomenal. Prolotherapy is a non-invasive procedure that injects a natural solution into a targeted area of the body that has been injured and is weak. Once it is injected, the natural injections for pain helps to stimulate the body’s healing process. It's cheaper and more successful than drugs and surgery.

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    What is Ozone IV Therapy?

    During the 1960s, Dr. John Myers, an internist from Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, concluded that because of our digestive, absorptive, and detoxification systems, only a small fraction of the vitamins and minerals we take (either in food or in pills) were actually being absorbed into our bloodstream.
    He proposed that a harmless mixture of key nutritional supplements might be given in an intravenous infusion– literally flooding each cell in the body with nutrition–to improve their performance.

    Ozone IV Therapy at Venturis Clinic

    Ozone IV Therapy is a great way to replenish vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other essential nutrients. Our customized approach to ozone IV therapy can help optimize your immune system, improve hydration, enhance your mood, and improve your overall wellbeing. Before your IV Therapy session, be sure to be fully hydrated. Ask about our Hyperbaric Chamber Therapy starting at $40.
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    Ozone IV Therapy Menu

    For the best chances at achieving your desired results, it is important that you are well hydrated before your IV drip.

    Ozone Therapy

    By using ozone, this treatment can offer cardiovascular support through increased metabolism of cholesterol, uric acid and glucose. It also improves circulation, oxygenation of tissues, reduction of tissue and joint pain, and provides increased energy. Ozone has shown to be beneficial to many chronic health autoimmune issues such a Lyme and mold-related illness.

    NAD Drip

    This infusion offers many benefits including improvement in cognitive function, pain reduction, anti-aging properties, and weight management. NAD is naturally produced by your body but as you age its production rapidly decreases. By replacing NAD through this infusion, you will experience DNA repair, improved energy levels, and cell restoration.

    Immunity Drip

    Help boost your immune system with this IV drip filled with micronutrients. This infusion aids weakened immune systems that are attacked by frequent viral infections, chronic illness, fatigue, as well as cold and flu-like illnesses.

    Contains – Zinc, Selenium, Vitamin C, B6, B12, and B Complex. For Optimal benefits, pair this IV drip with a Vitamin D shot.

    Myers Drip

    Myers’ Cocktail was first developed by John Myers MD. He helped his clients by giving them an injection that contained a blend of vitamins and essential nutrients. We’ve taken it up a notch to help in new ways with chronic conditions.
    Contains – B5, B6, B12 (methylcobalamin), B Complex, Vitamin C, Magnesium Sulfate, and Calcium Gluconate.

    ALA Drip

    Powerful antioxidant that is also anti-inflammatory, liver supportive, glucose balancing and rejuvenating to the skin. Contains – alpha lipoic acid.

    Weight Support Drip

    Our weight support drip works by detoxifying your body, burning fat, and boosting your metabolism. It contains essential micronutrients and vitamins that aid you in your weight loss journey, helping you reach your end goal.
    Contains – MIC (methionine, inositol, choline), B12 (methylcobalamin), B Complex, L-Carnitine, Phosphatidylcholine, Zinc, and Chromium.

    Beauty Drip

    This drip contains antioxidants and amino acids to rejuvenate you from the inside out, specifically formulated to address skin, hair, and nail health. Build, protect, and mitigate damage at the cellular level and enhance your glow!
    Contains – Biotin, Glycine, B6, B12, B Complex, Vitamin C, Glutathione, and Phosphatidylcholine.
    This drip comes with a complimentary CoQ10 shot.

    Hydration Drip

    This drip gives you basic electrolytes that your body craves and infuses them right into your veins. Perfect for anyone struggling with dehydration, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, as well as cold and flu. Ideal to maximize athletic performance as well!
    In addition to Sodium Chloride (NS), the drips contains a mineral blend of Magnesium Chloride, Zinc Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Gluconate, Sodium Selenite.

    Energy Drip

    Help to regulate your energy levels and sleep quality with one of our favorite drips.
    Contains B-complex, B12, Magnesium Sulfate, Biotin, Vit C, Carnitine, and Chromium– all which contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue as well as normal energy-yielding metabolism.

    Glutathione Drip

    This master antioxidant serves many different purposes including stress relief, energizing the body, and athletic recovery. It also helps remove heavy metals and toxins as well as support healthy liver function. Because Vitamin C enhances glutathione synthesis, be sure to eat Vitamin C rich foods or add on a Vitamin C drip to your appointment!
    Contains – 1200mg Glutathione, NaCL

    SUPER Immunity Drip

    Similar to our immunity drip, but with additional benefits including extra Vitamin C, Glutathione, and L-lysine (powerful anti-viral) to pack a punch over anything that comes your way.
    Contains – Zinc, Selenium, Vitamin C, B6, B12, B Complex, Glutathione, and L-lysine (anti-viral).
    For Optimal benefits, pair this IV drip with a Vitamin D shot.

    Performance Drip

    Aid in your athletic performance or recovery with this IV drip packed with amino acids.
    Contains- B Complex, B12, Magnesium, Zinc, Lysine, Taurine, Carnitine, and Arginine all combined in a 500cc bag of Normal Saline.

    Myers Push

    Help for dry skin, aging skin, as well as weak nails & hair. Contains – N-Acetyl Choline (NAC), Magnesium Sulfate, B12 (methylcobalamin), NaCL

    Allergy Drip

    This Drip aids in boosting your immune system and naturally relieving
    symptoms from seasonal allergies.
    Contains- Vitamin C, NAC, Zinc, Trace Minerals, Magnesium, and B Complex.

    Stress/Anxiety Drip

    Destress with this drip that aims to calm and reduce anxiety providing mental clarity and physical relaxation. Contains- Taurine, B Complex, B12, B6, Glycine, Calcium Gluconate, Magnesium, L- Lysine, Mineral Blend, and Glutathione.

    Ozone Insufflation

    Ear Insufflation

    As Ozone enters the ear canal and passes through the eardrum, it can aid in oxidizing toxins and anything else that may be growing. This makes Ozone excellent for helping fight ear infections, mastoiditis, candida, tinnitus, sinusitis, head colds, flu, bronchitis, and much more.

    Nasal insufflation

    As Ozone enters the nasal passage and travels into the sinus cavities it can aid in killing mold, fungus, viruses, and bacteria all of which build up in your sinuses. This makes Ozone excellent for helping clear out sinus infections and congestion as well as allergies, upper respiratory infections, brain fog, and much more.
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is prolotherapy good for?

    Many conditions respond well to prolotherapy, such as facet syndrome (back and neck arthritis), whiplash, joint sprains, degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, sprains, chronic tendonitis, Ehler’s-Danlos Disease, Bulging disc, knee pain, shoulder pain Vagus nerve inflammation and more.

    What are the risks of prolotherapy?

    Theoretical risks of prolotherapy injections include soreness, infection or neurological (nerve) damage. Injections should be performed by trained physicians using universal precautions diagnostics examinations and tproper examinations. This results in very minimal side effects.

    What is the average cost of prolotherapy?

    Costs vary quite a bit from $150-$1500 dependent on type and contents of injections.

    Is prolotherapy a permanent fix?

    Prolotherapy is an all-natural, permanent treatment, as it relies on the body repairing itself to reduce pain. In contrast, pain relievers and anti-inflammatory medications only provide temporary relief. Booster shots as well has wellness therapies including stretching, massage, chiropractic, dry-needling and strengthening will help maintain progress.

    Who is a good candidate for prolotherapy?

    More specifically, prolotherapy may be right for you if you experience any of the following: Damaged or lost tissue, especially surrounding the joints. If patients have tried various traditional treatments including prescription drugs, physical therapy, or steroids but seen minimal to no results, prolotherapy may be right for you.

    Why does prolotherapy hurt so much?

    A patient is generally sore for a couple of days after Prolotherapy. This is because the injections have to go through some muscles to get to the ligaments and tendons. To help the muscle soreness resolve itself sooner, dry needling and moist heat applied to the area is recommended.

    Is prolotherapy better than cortisone?

    Cortisone can cause tendon rupture, particularly of the achilles tendon. Prolotherapy is a proven orthopedic treatment to reduce pain and strengthen weakened joints without the negative side effects of cortisone.

    What are the pros and cons of prolotherapy?

    Prolotherapy is great for strengthening weak joints and creating heightened muscle functionality, such as increased movement and flexibility. However, there are some risks involved, for example it is a shot like any other so there could be pain or tenderness to the injection site.

    What should you not do after prolotherapy?

    Due to the numbness we ask that you refrain from any strenuous activities but to stay mobile. Continue to move affected area to decrease soreness and stiffness. You should avoid strenuous physical activity for 2 days following injections. You will experience some pain and soreness 2-5 days after your treatment. Do not take any anti-inflammatories, pain medications or steroids during treatments. This may inhibit your body’s ability to heal the affected tissue.

    How long does prolotherapy take to heal?

    Most ligaments and tendons heal within a period of 3 months; however, the majority of healing after a prolotherapy session occurs in the first two weeks.

    How many prolotherapy sessions will I need?

    Prolotherapy treatments vary from person to person and from injury to injury. Many patients have experienced some relief of their pain with only one session. The average person requires anywhere from 3-12 treatment sessions spaced about 3-6 weeks apart from each other.

    How long does a prolotherapy injection last?

    On average, patients experience one year of improvement and relief from prolotherapy. However, there is a huge variation and sometimes improvement lasts from three months to 15 years.

    What is injected during prolotherapy?

    Prolotherapy involves injections of a mild irritant into the injured part of your body. Most of the time the injection contains saline, dextrose (a type of sugar), and lidocaine, which is a numbing agent. Dr. Philipose custom tailors the injection, so the exact composition depends on your needs. These injections may include natural collagen, minerals, amino acids and other natural substances to accelerate healing compared to traditional prolotherapy.

    Is prolotherapy better than surgery?

    Prolotherapy is considered a viable alternative to surgery, and as an option to pain medications, cortisone and other steroidal injections. The Prolotherapy procedure is considered a safe, affordable option that allows the patient to keep working and/or training during treatment.

    Can prolotherapy reverse arthritis?

    One study with 90 adults with knee osteoarthritis involved some participants getting monthly prolotherapy injections of dextrose for 3 to 5 months. Those who received prolotherapy saw a significant improvement in pain, function, and stiffness scores.

    Does prolotherapy regrow cartilage?

    Prolotherapy is an injection of a non-biologic substance with localized effects for repairing connective tissue injuries of the musculoskeletal system. Recent studies in humans show that prolotherapy stimulates cartilage regeneration.

    Are you sedated for prolotherapy?

    Prolotherapy is a safe, cost effective injection technique used for treating musculoskeletal injuries and chronic pain in various parts of the body. It is noninvasive, has limited side effects and does not require sedation.

    What does dry needling actually do?

    Dry needling treats muscle tissue, and its goal is to reduce pain, inactivate trigger points and restore function. It rarely is a standalone procedure. Rather, it often is part of a broader physical therapy approach incorporating other traditional physical therapy interventions into treatment.

    What is dry needling and does it hurt?

    We use very thin filament needles. The initial feeling of the needle entering through the skin is very minimal; much less than a vaccination or having blood drawn. Once the needle reaches the muscle, the twitch sensation feels more like a deep cramp and doesn't last long (15-30 seconds).

    How long does dry needling results last?

    After dry needling, experiencing some slight soreness is normal, and you will typically note an improvement in your symptoms within one to two days. How long the benefits will last will vary per individual. The first few treatments will usually have a short length of relief spanning over several days.

    How many sessions of dry needling do you need?

    If treatment zones are found and the correct muscle groups are targeted, sub-acute conditions will improve after three – four consecutive sessions, with chronic injuries requiring five – six consecutive needling sessions.

    Does dry needling remove knots?

    Dry needle therapy resolves muscle knots by inserting a very thin needle directly into the trigger point. The knot responds to the interruption and relaxes immediately. Most patients agree that dry needling doesn't hurt in the way that you might think!

    How deep do dry needles go?

    Superficial dry needling involves inserting a needle at a depth up to 10 mm or into the subcutaneous tissue and may be combined with manipulation of the needle while in situ.

    Does dry needling reduce inflammation?

    The micro tears caused by the needle prompts the body's natural defenses to get to work, bringing nutrient-rich blood to the site and boosting tissue repair. Dry needling also helps to dissipate inflammatory mediators, those substances that gather in an area of inflammation.

    Is dry needling good for arthritis?

    Dry needling is an effective treatment in reducing pain from osteoarthritis because it increases blood circulation around the joint, thereby providing natural relief.

    What exactly does a chiropractor do?

    A chiropractor is trained to make sure your body is functioning as optimally as possible by using spinal manipulations and other therapies to relieve pain in your joints and muscles. These spinal adjustments will increase blood flow and nerve conductivity to the joints and muscles that are experiencing pain. They are taught philosophically to find and treat the cause rather than just the symptoms.

    Is it healthy to go to the chiropractor?

    Spinal manipulation and chiropractic care are generally considered safe, effective treatments for acute low back pain, the type of sudden injury that results from acute or chronic conditions such as strains, arthritis or disc injuries.

    What are the benefits of chiropractic care?

    • Improves neck pain.
    • Reduces reliance on opioid pain relievers. 
    • Eases back pain.
    • Possible reduction of osteoarthritis symptoms. 
    • Eases headache symptoms. 
    • More affordable treatment for chronic back pain. 
    • High satisfaction. 
    • Reduces scoliosis symptoms.

    What are the cons of seeing a chiropractor?

    Spinal and joint manipulation has a chance to go wrong and may cause unwanted injuries. So it is important that you only have an appointment with an experienced chiropractor that performs the necessary examinations and diagnostics to ensure safe treatments. DO NOT ALLOW a physical therapist or any other untrained person try a manipulation especially without X-rays.

    When should you go to a chiropractor?

    Chiropractors are most sought after to treat neck and low back pain due to acute or chronic pain. If you experience back pain that lasts for more than a few days, consult a chiropractor for an assessment.

    What cracks when you see a chiropractor?

    During a back adjustment, your back undergoes quick, gentle stretching of the spinal facet joint, so you may hear a cracking or popping noise. This is caused by small pockets of air or bubbles, which are in the fluid that surrounds your joints.

    Why do chiropractors want you to keep coming back?

    Changing your posture, changing your spine's ability to move, changing your muscle health and structure take time. Months in fact. All muscles have memory and your body wants to go back to its old patterns instead of creating new healthy ones. That is why adjustments need to be repeated again and again

    Is chiropractic care is ineffective?

    Critics are skeptical mainly due to the fact that chiropractic care does not involve medications or any invasive surgeries. Some have associated this practice with some side effects and fatal complications in some cases resulting in death or stroke. It also goes against the medical philosophy of not prescribing medications. In recent years there has been a comparison that shows not only Chiropractic to be safe, but healthier and more successful than taking steroids and medications. There are also various techniques now that prevent any type of injuries due the gentleness of the adjustment.

    Why do some chiropractors crack and others don't?

    The noises you hear during chiropractic treatment depend on the technique used. For example, some techniques cause a cracking sound, and others don't, but both can be highly effective, depending on your needs. So, whether you hear an abundance of pops or none at all, you don't need to worry.
    If you have tried multiple types of doctors and treatments but still hurting, you may not have found the cause. We can help!
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    7917 N May Ave, Oklahoma City, 
    OK 73120, USA
    (405) 848-7246
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