Ozone Therapy

What is Ozone?

 
 

“If nature designed a single antidote to illness, it is probably ozone. If there is a natural performance enhancer and tonic to support healthy cell function, then that is also ozone.”

Dr.David I Minkoff, MD

What is Ozone?

Ozone referred to as O3, is a gas that consists of 3 oxygen atoms. It is a relatively unstable molecule…and it is this instability that makes ozone so powerful

Ozone is a non-pharmaceutical option used medically for its therapeutic properties to treat infections, wounds, inflammatory conditions and some forms of cancers.

It’s a popular European method of treatment that’s been in use for more than a century.

Ozone is a gas generated from oxygen. When administered to your body…

  • it saturates tissues with oxygen
  • regulates the immune system
  • decreases inflammation
  • promotes healing.
  • It is also toxic to bacteria, viruses, fungi, and cancer cells but harmless to normal cells

Physicians used it to treat infections before the discovery of antibiotics. Now with the emergence of “superbugs” resistant to all antibiotics, interest in ozone therapy is growing again.

Health conditions that may benefit from ozone therapy include:

  • Allergies and sinusitis
  • Autoimmune (e.g. fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid arthritis)
  • Cancer
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Cystitis
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Digestive (e.g. Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis),
  • Ear infections
  • Heart disease
  • Hepatitis
  • Lyme disease
  • Respiratory (e.g. bronchitis)
  • Shingles, herpes
  • Wound healing

Benefits of Ozone Therapy

Immune system regulation
Improves Circulation
Stimulates oxygen uptake
Mitochondrial stimulant
Increases antioxidant protection

Ozone therapy has been in continuous use for over 100 years and is considered:

Safe: Ozone therapy when properly indicated, dosed and administered, is considered safer than any other drug including aspirin.

Painless: IV infusions are administered by our highly trained paramedics and are typically without pain.

Promising: Many feel it to be the most promising, safe, and generally efficacious treatment for major degenerative diseases, from AIDS to chronic fatigue to cancer and arthritis.
Experimental use of ozone gas injected into the spine aids pain relief from herniated disks in a significant percentage of patients. Some researches say that it could become standard treatment in about five years, revolutionizing treatment for disk pain.

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