Orthopaedic surgeon, Arthroscopist, Ozone therapist & Ilizarov Surgeon, with over 25 years of experience.

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First Orthopedic Surgeon in Asia to use Ozone successfully in Orthopedics conditions like slipped disc, Rheumatoid arthritis, Osteoarthritis, bone infections and Osteoporosis.

Ozone therapy in Orthopedics

Today doctors in Germany use ozone mainly for general condition, old age problems, diabetic & alcoholic neuritis etc. Having learnt the miracle effect of Ozone on the human body, Dr. Prasham has started using Ozone in Orthopedic conditions like slipped disc, Rheumatoid arthritis, Osteoarthritis, bone infections and Osteoporosis. He is the first Orthopedic Surgeon in Asia to use Ozone successfully in Orthopedics! Over 600+ cases handled, with maximum follow up of 4 years!


Key points to be noted on Ozone therapy

To be done by trained Orthopaedic surgeons / certified people only. To be done by international certified equipment and ozone generators only. Intra-discal Ozone to be preferably done in a Cardiac Cath-lab.

Adjuvant combined ozone therapy used for an extensive wound over tibia.

Procedure was done succesfully on a 59-year old woman who had a minor fall with injury to the right leg. 20 months post surgery the patient was able to perform her daily activities and is able to walk 200 m distance at a stretch.

Figure 1:

(a) Radiograph showing stress fracture of proximal tibia.
(b) Dual plating using two incision as the fracture did not show any sings of healing with 1 month of plaster cast.

Figure 2:

(a) CLinical apprearance of the wound at the time of presentation showing necrotic tissue and exposed bone and draining wound communicating to the knee joint (arrow).
(b) Limb being exposed to topical ozone therapy.
(c) Split thickness skin gtaft on the wound.

Figure 3:

Latissimus dorsi pedicle flap was done to cover the wound and implant removal and intramedullary nailing was performed in a single stage.

Figure 4:

Clinical and radiographic appearance at 20 months postsurgery showing healing of both soft tissue and the bone.