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Ozone Therapy

The range of illnesses and conditions that benefit from ozone therapy is extensive. Ozone benefits the body via immune modulation, a process in which the immune system is stimulated to react to inflammatory and infectious agents in order to repair damaged tissue, destroy pathogens and regenerate healthy cells. Oxidative medicine (also called ozone therapy) can treat a wide range of conditions, including inflammation associated with autoimmune diseases, infections, and cancer.


What is Ozone Therapy?

Ozone therapy is a non-pharmaceutical option used in infections, wounds, inflammatory conditions, and some forms of cancer. This process involves the application of concentrated doses of ozone gas over a specific area of the body. In Europe, it’s been in use for more than a century.

Ozone is a gas generated from oxygen. It’s safe and effective when used to treat various disease conditions and the effects are long-lasting. The increased levels of oxygen in your body enhance your energy levels and promote healing. It is also toxic to bacteria, viruses, fungi, and cancer cells but harmless to normal cells.

Ozone therapy has been successfully used by physicians to treat infections before the discovery of penicillin. Now, with the emergence of "superbugs" resistant to all antibiotics, interest in ozone therapy is growing again.

What Health Conditions Does Ozone Therapy Treat?

Ozone therapy has provided relief for a wide variety of infections (e.g., shingles, herpes), autoimmune (fibromyalgia), and respiratory (bronchitis) conditions, as well as for heart conditions such as heart attack. Ozone therapy also promotes wound healing.

What are the Benefits of Ozone Therapy Compared with Traditional Treatments?

The primary benefit of ozone therapy is the modulation of the immune system, which is helpful in autoimmune diseases, cancer, and infections.

Also, helps to promote tissue healing after injuries or surgery.

Ozone is a powerful oxidizer capable of destroying bacteria, germs, and viruses. Ozone is commonly used today to sterilize operating rooms and equipment as well as to sanitize jacuzzis and swimming pools due to its toxic effect on bacteria and viruses.

  • Safe: Ozone therapy is a safe, effective, and affordable way to maintain health and vitality. When used properly, ozone gas has been proven to deliver the benefits of oxygen and other nutrients to the cells without causing any adverse effects. Ozone has no contraindications or side effects, unlike prescription drugs which can have serious consequences on organs, blood pressure, and other vital parts of the body.

  • Painless: Patients with tiny veins can receive infusions without pain.

  • Promising: The use of ozone gas injected into the spine to reduce herniated disk pain has shown significant improvement in clinical trials. In fact, some researchers claim that may become a standard technique used for disk compression in about five years' time.

  • Effective: The new high-dose therapy stimulates the release of stem cells from the bone marrow, thus promoting fast healing. It can also be used to reduce inflammation and infection, including those of bacterial origin.

  • Preventive: High-dose hyperbaric ozone therapy is being considered as a preventive, by intermittently stimulating the immune system and releasing stem cells, there is interest that it could help prevent illnesses and promote healthy tissue restoration.

How is Ozone Therapy Administered?

Ozone therapy is cutting-edge and acts as a natural antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, and immune system stimulant. Administration methods vary. Hyperbaric ozone infusions involve ozone added to the blood collected in a special pressurized bottle. The ozonated blood is then returned to the patient and repeated up to ten bottles for a total of two liters of the blood being ozonated under pressure. The number of bottles can be adjusted based on the patient’s condition from three up to ten bottles per session. Multiple sessions can be performed per week with no risk of unwanted side effects. Rectal and bladder infusions add ozone directly into your body cavity where the inflammation exists to treat crohn’s, colitis, or interstitial cystitis. Ozone therapy can also dramatically improve topical treatment of wounds and burns or be directly injected into joints with great success, known as prolozone

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