#9 Intro to Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy Using Ozone (Mountain Daylight Time Zone)

  • May 12 - Oct 29, 2021
  • Mountain Standard Time

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2-hour Live Zoom Training  - Session Times are MOUNTAIN Time Zone


#9 Intro to Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy Using Ozone includes:

  • What is PRP and why is it better with Ozone
  • Concentration considerations
  • Standardization/Safety
  • Scientific back-up and Publications
  • Applications - What are the advantages of using PRP
  • Exam and injection technique
  • Best practice for obtaining PRP equipment - including equipment details

*Note:  This course is given by a clinician not a technician

NOTE:  This is NOT a Hands-On training.


The training materials provided by SOPMed LLC (“SOPMed”) to you are for educational purposes only and are not intended and do not provide any advice or services, including medical, psychological, legal, or health advice. SOPMed provides this training to provide you with information regarding current research.  However, you are responsible to investigate any information, research, and treatment to ensure its accuracy and applicability to you, your practice, and your patients.  SOPMed makes no claim regarding: (1) the medical efficacy of any treatment, (2) the governmental approval of the training materials and procedures discussed, or (3) the accuracy or applicability of any research or information.  Treatments involving ultraviolet blood irradiation, ozone and stem cells are not approved by the FDA as therapies nor to prevent, cure, or treat any disease or illness.  SOPMed and its agents, members, and employees will not be liable for any damages, losses, or causes of action related to or arising from your: (1) use of the training materials, (2) use of UBI or ozone therapies, or (3) provision of services related to the training materials and information provided by SOPMed.  

Date & Time

May 12 - Oct 29, 2021

SOPMed Training
SOPMed desires to assist in the humanitarian work of fighting infections with alternative medicine. This first step may be crucial in developing a comprehensive infection strategy in other countries.