Natural Arthritis Knee Pain Therapy

We help people like you who are suffering from painful knee arthritis free yourself from pain in an effective, easy and safe manner using Prolozone.

Call us today for an appointment. 818-957-6909



OsteoArthritis vs Rheumatoid Arthritis

Simply put, osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and involves the wearing away of the cartilage that caps the bones in your joints. Meanwhile, in rheumatoid arthritis the synovial membrane that protects and lubricates your joints becomes inflamed, causing pain and swelling. Joint erosion may follow.

For a more detailed description, please read the Mayo Clinic's Special Report on Arthritis

Prolozone Regenerates Joints by Frank Shallenberger MD, the originator of prolozone in the U.S.

Study NSAID Effect on MI

Dr. Yoshi Rahm’s Joint Rescue Protocol

Dr. Yoshi Rahm’s Joint Rescue Protocol to help rid your inflammation and joint pain in 10 days:

Natural Supplements

Natural supplements that will help rid you of inflammation and joint pain. Available in office for your convenience and most supplements are at a 10% discount. Highly recommend Dr. Yoshi Rahm’s ArthroBeCalm Ultra paired with Ostarplex or Rumaplex.

  1. Cyplexinol containing bone morphogenetic proteins and collagen (well researched and proven to be beneficial at even re-growing cartilage and bone)
  2. Collagen II
  3. Boswellia
  4. Turmeric / Curcumin (eat with fat)
  5. Resveratrol
  6. Glucosamine sulfate
  7. MSM
  8. Hyaluronic acid
  9. Proteolytic enzymes
  10. Ginger
  11. Quercitin

Topical Creams

Topical creams to help with inflammation and joint pain (available in office for your convenience):

Movement and Exercise

Movement / Exercise therapy is a researched and proven key to optimal musculoskeletal health. We highly recommend you check out Optimal Performance Systems at to get top of the line therapy.

Laser Touch One

Laser Touch One is a laser that we often use in our office for arthritic knee pain and can be purchased in our office for $489 (purchased online is $489 + tax).


knee x-rays before and after prolozone

Photo of knee x-rays before and after prolozone.

What to Expect After Your Prolozone Injection

The first 45-60 minutes after an injection you may feel a full sensation with some slushy noises in the joint. It is important to keep some motion in the joint for the first hour without any excessive stress on the joint.

Ice should be used on the injection site for 15 minutes during the first 48 hours at least 2-3 times depending on tenderness. Avoid use of over-the-counter NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), like ibuprofen, motrin, aleve, naproxen, mobic, aspirin, acetaminophen, etc., because they will counter-act the healing that is being promoted.

Most people experience some level of stability within the first 48 hours, having between a 20-80% reduction of pain in the joint, with improved range of motion. Over the first week some of the pain may come back in the joint; this is normal for the healing process. We usually follow up with a second injection within 7-14 days if needed.

If a third injection is needed we suggest waiting at least 3 weeks after the second injection though often this can be put off for much longer. This will vary by the severity and acuteness of your condition, as well as your ability to heal.

It is important to start on some exercises to improve the muscle tone. The affected joint generally has experienced a loss in range of motion and strength; the motion will be increased post-injection. Tenderness and swelling are a normal part of the healing process and can be sometimes flared up with the increased motion. Initially working on range of motion and then progressing to direct strengthening exercise is crucial to develop long-term stability in the knee. We highly recommend Optimal Performance Systems at to get top of the line therapy.

Prolozone vs. Steroids, Prolotherapy and Viscosupplements

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Promotes & Accelerates Healing Yes No – decreases pain but 
actually inhibits healing
Yes No
Strengthens Ligaments Yes No Yes No
Effect on Immune System Strengthens Weakens No known effect No
Benefits Surrounding Tissues Yes – Don't have to
inject the exact target
No No – must inject in 
exact location
Works for Other Tissues Besides Just
Yes Yes No No
# of Injections per Treatment 1-3 1-3 5-20 1
Minimal Pain Yes Yes No Yes
Can Get Multiple Injections Repeatedly Yes No Yes Yes
# of Treatments Needed 1-6 (only 1-3 typically) 1 4-8 3-5
Cost Per Office Visit $150-$250 $100-$250 $150-$500 $500

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