What is Injection Therapy?
Injection therapy includes a wide variety of applications, including but not limited to:
Trigger point injections and Prolotherapy (for acute and chronic pain management)
Cosmetic (collagen and hyaluronic acid)
Weight loss (lipotrophic injections)
Nutritional deficiencies and immune support (Magnesium, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Glutathione, NAD+ B12, B-complex, etc.)
Bio-puncture (for the treatment of emotional issues and other internal dysfunctions)
Frankenhauser injections (highly effective pain treatment for female disorders such as menstrual pain, endometriosis, pelvic pain, interstitial cystitis, migraines and intestinal issues)
Ozone therapy (for chronic pain and tendon/ligament healing)
Mistletoe injections (for cancer/treatment side effects)
Patients can easily incorporate injection therapy into their ongoing follow-up treatments. During an injection therapy session, one (or more) injection(s) are administered. Depending on the patients condition and needs, injections take anywhere from a few up to 10 minutes.
Injection Therapy is not only a great, effective option for pain conditions, cosmetic and weight loss results, and emotional problems, but also a safe and effective delivery method to administer nutrients to the body with faster and longer acting results when compared to oral supplementation. Dr. Simone has experience administering a wide variety of therapeutic injections, using a blend of vitamins, minerals, homeopathic remedies, pain relieving substances, and beauty enhancers.
Some of our favorites...
B12 injections are great for energy and weight loss, and is required for proper red blood cell formation, brain support, and DNA synthesis. However, while B12 is an essential vitamin, it is often difficult to absorb through the gut. That is why B12 injections have become a great way to easily supplement this important nutrient.
Homeopathic substances such as Zeel and Traumeel are highly effective for the relief of overall body pain as well as local pain and soreness, joint pain, and sports injuries. Lidocaine, dextrose and saline are also used to treat certain pain conditions in Prolotherapy. We'll determine which option is best for you!
Great as an alternative to flu shots, immune boosting injections are comprised of Vitamin C, B12, B-complex and Glutathione, which helps to prevent and fight disease/infections in the body. The can be given monthly during flu season or whenever you are feeling run down.
Practitioner-grade collagen injections fill facial lines around mouth, eyebrows, cheeks, and forehead with a subtle and natural, youthful look. Bringing immediate results, this is a great option for instant gratification from wrinkles and tired skin without the potential side effects of Botox or cosmetic fillers.
Ozone is used to improve the body’s intake and use of oxygen while activating the immune system. Ozone therapy is used to treat diseases and conditions by disinfecting the area around them. Not only does this limit the effects of bacteria, viruses, fungi and yeast, but ozone therapy also improves the body’s intake and use of oxygen and activates the immune system.
Mistletoe treatment has been known to increase rates of survival, improve quality of life, reduce unpleasant side effects of chemotherapy, and boost the immune system in cancer patients. Mistletoe injections are now one of the most widely studied complementary and alternative cancer therapies. In Europe, results are so favorable that mistletoe is among the most frequently prescribed cancer treatments.
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, is a coenzyme found in all of the body’s cells. It is essential for the metabolic processing of nutrients, meaning it determines how much of the foods you eat will fuel you, and how many will go to waste. NAD is critical to our health - levels naturally decline as we age, and with it, mitochondrial functions decline as well.
A combination of procaine, hydroxycobalamin, folic acid and saline followed by an ozone injection for the treatment of virtually any female disorder, especially pain disorders related to endometriosis, pelvic pain, post surgery or abortion, dysmenorrhea (menstrual pain), migraines, intestinal disorders and bladder pain. Highly effective!
Good news! Certain injections (generally for pain conditions) may be covered by your insurance -- we are happy to check your benefits to find out!