Advanced Clinical Prolozone and PRP

 

The Advanced Clinical Prolozone and PRP course are available for those you have completed the Prolozone course and have gained some experience in their clinic.

The Advance Course further develops your abilities to apply prolozone using two additional techniques. The 1st is a new injection method developed by Dr I.Main that enables the practitioner to provide medical ozone gas very close to external structures around the joints. Some of the external structures are muscle, ligaments and tendons and would prove difficult to get closer to the joint without damaging such structures.

His technique enables the practitioner to get very close to the joint and deposit medical ozone gas and local anaesthetic agents which increase phospholipid membrane permeability, thereby allowing a titrated gaseous ozone mixture to permeate into the capsule of the joint.

Ozone has an anti-inflammatory effect by controlled oxidative stress results in the reduction of prostaglandins by acting on the synthesis of arachidonic acid. It also has a positive effect on the redox shield of the cells, thereby reducing the damaging effects of free radicals.

Ozone also promotes peroxide formation, which has an anti-bacterial effect.

By altering the phospholipid cell wall morphology, ozone allows the red blood cells to become more flexible, thereby enabling further oxygen penetration and promoting the reparative process.

A significant therapeutic effect of ozone delivery is its analgesic inducing property. It destroys bradykinin and alters serotonin. The latter has an indole nucleus which produces long-lasting analgesia by destroying cell proteins such as kininogen and kallikrein.

The second part of the technique involves the deposition of PRP, which stimulates healing by initiating growth factors and cytokines. Thereby, alleviates pain in the area and promotes healing of any pathology present.

Who Can Apply

Medical Doctors GMC Registered

Medical Doctors Non-GMC Registered

Dentists

Prescribed Nurses

RGN’s that are supervised by a trained medical doctor who is on-site.

Registration Process

To register, fill out the registration form, please click here
All practitioners are required to scan the following in a PDF format:
Passport ID
Proof of Address - e.g. Driving License, Bank Statement or Utility Bill
Medical Degree Certificate
Summary of your work experience and specialisation including any work with Ozone Therapy.
Once completed and your registration has been successful, a registration payment link will be sent to your email address.

Contact Us

You can contact us directly by using your mobile device on WhatsApp. If using your Desktop/Laptop or Tablet device please go to your WhatsApp on your mobile device and select the settings icon. Then select WhatsApp Web App/Desktop, then select QR Code. Now go to the WhatsApp Icon below and select the chat and a QR Code will load onto another browser tab. Scan the code and the chat will begin. If you are browsing on a mobile device, the WhatsApp Application will prompt you to open WhatsApp to start the chat for your registration.

Here you will be able to have a live chat and drop your documents directly into the chat for review.

Alternatively you can email your documents to:
admin(@)medicalozoneresearchinstitute.org

Registration Fees

Advanced Clinical Prolozone and PRP Course

Registration Fee: £1500

Full Payment of Registration Fees can be paid by Direct Debit or Credit/Debit Card.
Credit/Debit card payments will incur additional admin fees

Payment Plan Options:
To qualify you must be a UK, EU or USA Registered Citizen and have a bank account
A 50% deposit is required from the total registration fee
Instalments from 3 to 6 monthly payments are available
Payments are paid via Direct Debit
A Payment Plan Agreement will be sent to you to sign

International Payments:
Must be paid in full unless specified in the Payment Plan Option section, see above.

T&C apply

Advanced Clinical Prolozone and PRP Course Information

Live Practical Course | 1 Day Intensive

Current Practice Methods

- Intra Articular Joint Injections (IAJI)
- Imagery devices & their Pro's, Con's and Limitations
- Outcomes vs Expectations when using IAJI
- IAJI vs Cluster & Triple Depth Injections

The MCIT Technique

- What is the MCIT Technique
- Principles & Guidelines using MCIT Technique
- Advantages of MCIT vs IAJI

Indepth Review of Joint Structures

- Revise external and internal joint structures
- Applying the MCIT Technique

Medical Ozone and PRP

- Describe the physiological principles involved in combined PRP and ozone therapy.
- The principals involved in combined intra-dermal PRP and subcutaneous ozone.
- The principals involved in combined intra-dermal PRP and MCIT.

Treatment Criteria

- Contra-indications
- Contra-applications
- Pre-treatment investigations
- Post Treatment follow up
- Biomarkers and Indicators tests

Diagnosis and Management

Once we have made our diagnoses, we take a look at the treatment management, which methods are used, multiple applications and when they are applied.

Review and Analysis

Here we look at some videos where we discuss the client condition and focus on the areas that require specific observation. We monitor how the client's responses to treatment. Post- treatment, we see how efficient the treatment application has been and comparing pre and post specific observations.

Demonstrations

- MICT Knee
- MICT and PRP Combined

Comply with the European Cooperation Of Medical Ozone Socieities

Complaint with the Ozone Society

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