Prolozone Therapy - Osteopaths | Physiotherapist | Nurses (OPN)

 

For Osteopaths, Physiotherapist and Nurses who wants to specialise in pain management, whether it is for injuries, degenerative conditions or the sports and athletic fields, the Prolozone Therapy Course is essential.

When using distinct medical ozone gas concentrations combined with specific injections techniques, prolozone therapy can virtually produce an immediate effect. The net result can help patients reduce the level of pain experienced and to become less dependant on pain management medication. Therefore, improving the quality of life and the psychological impact resulting from chronic pain.

No matter what the origin of the cause of pain, whether it is systemic or a local effect. Prolozone Therapy has the potential to restore the muscles and joints, together with the internal and external structures.

The accumulative effect in some conditions has indicated a reduced and or delayed for surgical intervention.

Who Can Apply

Osteopaths

Physiotherapist

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

Already Completed Medical Ozone Theory

Practitioners who have already completed a Clinical Ozone Therapy Course with the Institute, can directly register onto the Live Practical Courses. All applicants must send a PDF file of their current Clinical Ozone Therapy Course Certificate issued by the Institute.

Please send Clinical Ozone Therapy Course Certificate to admin(at)medicalozoneresearchinstitute.org

Once completed a registration payment link for the Live Practical Course will be sent via email.

Registration Fees

Prolozone Therapy OPN Course

Registration Fee: £5000

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 and 10 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

Prolozone Therapy OPN Course Information

Online Theory

Medical Ozone History

From the time when ozone gas was discovered to the innovators that developed the technology and use of ozone gas in medicine and dentistry. In the time-line, ozone technology, R&D and it's applications started in the USA. A change in American drug policy stopped R&D in ozone in it's tracks.

Ozone Physical & Chemical Properties | Types of Ozone Gas

The chemical and physical properties enable us to understand the qualities that ozone gas possess and why it behaves under specific condition. What are the different types of ozone gases, their functions, purity and the effect on earth and on humans.

Mechanism of Action Part 1 - 7

Here we look at the knowledge base and how ozone can influence specific mechanism of action at a cellular level. We study how ozone can destroy pathogens, the processes involved. We look at the red blood cell, immune cells and anti-oxidant enzymes play a specific role in providing the therapeutic properties ozone has on the body. How ozone naturally co-exists within an existing biochemical process of the body

Data and Graphs Part 1 - 4

We examine a range of peer review studies that support the research and clinical studies that determine the four main properties of medical ozone and it affect on biological systems.

Indications and Applications

We look at what condition’s ozone can assist therapeutically; which applications are used to treat them, and which protocols produce an effective outcome for the client.

Methods of Application Part 1 - 3

We investigate each type of treatment application in ozone therapy. We distinguish between clinical and non-clinical treatments and how they compare to each other and what conditions and parameters each are best suited to the client.

Contra-Indications & Applications

Contra-indications are on the experience and current clinical data that indicate a risk vs therapeutic effect. There are some conditions where Ozone Therapy should not be applied. Applications that appear to have a robust therapeutic effect may have a high risk of patient safety.

Nutrition & Supplements Part 1 - 2

Nutrients are essential we using ozone therapy. How nutrient plays a vital role and how we can support the cellular function when using ozone therapy with nutrition and supplementation. We look at which types of supplement and the quality of supplements used to achieve the best results.

Medical Ozone Theory Final Exam

An exam will take place with an external auditor. The examination is done online, and can be done at your convenience, at your home or office. You have 2 hours to complete the exam and all practitioners have to obtain 55% or more to successfully pass this section of the course.

Live Practical Course | 1st Day Intensive

Medical Ozone Biochemistry in Prolozone

- Biochemistry in severe oxidative stress
- Biochemistry in moderate oxidative stress
- Medical Ozone in Inflammation
- Medical Ozone in Joints
- We review the therapeutic outcomes in each biochemical model.

The Arthritic Syndromes

- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Osteoarthritis
- Juvenile Arthritis
- Symptoms and Examination - Standard Practice
- Alternative Practice

Protocols for Each Application

- General wellbeing protocols
- Frequency
- Duration of Protocols
- Ozone Concentrations
- Ozone Gas Volumes
- Patient Compliancy to Treatment Management

4 Types of Prolozone Injections

Here the range of techniques are shown and discussed and how each of them can be used individually and in combinations. Each technique has a specific use and function that we tailor for patient management.

Ozone Concentrations and Volumes

- supporting applications before and after ozone injections

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 mobility and pain. Post- treatment, we see how efficient the treatment application has been and comparing pre and post specific observations, mobility and pain.

Diagnosis and Management

Once we have made our diagnoses, we take a look at the treatment management, which injections methods used and the injection points applied.

Demonstrations

Live patient demonstrations with a range of conditions; this enables practitioners to examine, assess and interact with patients, to provide feedback and direct response to treatment. The number of demonstrations on the day are 4-8.

Live Practical Course | 2nd Day Intensive

Injections Techniques For Neck, Shoulders and Back

We take a closer look at the antonym and physiology of the Neck, Shoulder and Back.

By understanding the following areas of the fat and muscle structure, fissure tissue, blood vessels, micro-capillary system, lymphatic periphery system and the nervous system. Combine this knowledge with the Internal and External Joint structure, together with the ligaments and tendons.

Once we have a broader and in-depth understanding of the above structures and composition, we can apply each injection point and techniques with greater precision and accuracy.

Injections Techniques

5 techniques can be applied to treat the Neck, Shoulder and Back. The use of each technique depends on the specific area, the condition involved and any other additional complications.

Ozone Concentrations and Volumes

- Prolozone Therapeutic Medical Ozone Gas Range
- Common complications when ozone gas concentrations are incorrect.

5 Types of Prolozone Injections

Here the range of techniques are shown and discussed and how each of them can be used individually and in combinations. Each technique has a specific use and function that we tailor for patient management.

Diagnosis and Management

Once we have made our diagnoses, we take a look at the treatment management, which injections methods used and the injection points applied.
Once assessed, we can determine any pre-conditional injections to aid and support treatment outcomes before applying prolozone therapy.

By completing the pre-conditional injections, we can then apply one technique or multiple techniques of prolozone therapy depending on the client’s specific needs.

The net result is an advanced and improved treatment, with better expectation and outcomes, thereby improving patient management.

Review and Analysis

Here we look at case study videos, where we discuss the client condition and focus on the areas that require specific observation and the techniques applied.

We monitor the client's mobility and pain.

Post-treatment, we see how efficient the treatment application has been and comparing pre and post observations, mobility and pain.

Demonstrations

Live patient demonstrations with a range of conditions; this enables practitioners to examine, assess and interact with patients, to provide feedback and direct response to treatment. The number of demonstrations on the day may vary on the day.

Live Practical Course | 3rd Day Intensive

Injections Techniques For Hip, Knee and Ankle

We take a closer look at the antonym and physiology of the Neck, Shoulder and Back.

By understanding the following areas of the fat and muscle structure, fissure tissue, blood vessels, micro-capillary system, lymphatic periphery system and the nervous system. Combine this knowledge with the Internal and External Joint structure, together with the ligaments and tendons.

Once we have a broader and in-depth understanding of the above structures and composition, we can apply each injection point and techniques with greater precision and accuracy.

Injections Techniques

5 techniques can be applied to treat the Neck, Shoulder and Back. The use of each technique depends on the specific area, the condition involved and any other additional complications.

Ozone Concentrations and Volumes

- Prolozone Therapeutic Medical Ozone Gas Range
- Common complications when ozone gas concentrations are incorrect.

5 Types of Prolozone Injections

Here the range of techniques are shown and discussed and how each of them can be used individually and in combinations. Each technique has a specific use and function that we tailor for patient management.

Diagnosis and Management

Once we have made our diagnoses, we take a look at the treatment management, which injections methods used and the injection points applied.
Once assessed, we can determine any pre-conditional injections to aid and support treatment outcomes before applying prolozone therapy.

By completing the pre-conditional injections, we can then apply one technique or multiple techniques of prolozone therapy depending on the client’s specific needs.

The net result is an advanced and improved treatment, with better expectation and outcomes, thereby improving patient management.

Review and Analysis

Here we look at case study videos, where we discuss the client condition and focus on the areas that require specific observation and the techniques applied.

We monitor the client's mobility and pain.

Post-treatment, we see how efficient the treatment application has been and comparing pre and post observations, mobility and pain.

Demonstrations

Live patient demonstrations with a range of conditions; this enables practitioners to examine, assess and interact with patients, to provide feedback and direct response to treatment. The number of demonstrations on the day may vary on the day.

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