OZONE THERAPY OR OXYGENATION | OZONE THERAPY

 What does Ozone Therapy consist of?

It consists of the use of ozone as a therapeutic agent through a medical ozone generator, specially designed to administer the necessary dose for each particular patient; useful in all kinds of chronic and degenerative diseases, especially in circulatory, digestive and bone joint problems.

Ozone therapy has been used in different countries since World War II, and today it is one of the revitalizing therapies that have become more popular in recent years.

Benefits of Ozone Therapy

• Accelerates the use of glucose by cells for use in diabetic patients.

• Direct reaction on unsaturated fatty acids that become water-soluble, allowing the elimination of localized adiposities and cellulite.

• Regulates cellular oxidative stress (anti-free radicals).

• Germicidal effect: bactericidal, virucidal, mycotic against antimycotic, parasiticide.

• Regenerative action on cells and tissues promoting the healing of ulcers, bedsores and wounds.

• Blocks the release of substances involved in the sensation of pain, achieving an analgesic effect.

• Regulates the production of substances involved in the inflammatory process (anti-inflammatory).

• Increases the metabolism of oxygen, increasing its absorption and release by red blood cells to the tissues, improving blood circulation and cellular oxygenation.

• Revitalizing the natural defense systems of the cells and stimulating the enzymes that condition the correct nutrition of the cells, which slows down their aging.

 

Diseases that can be treated with Ozone Therapy

There is a great variety of routes of administration for ozone therapy, the way in which it is administered must be considered according to the condition and needs of the patient. These can be major or minor hemotherapy, intravenous, discolysis, intrademic, intramuscular, interarticular, rectal insufflation, vaginal insufflation or external gasification. It is worth mentioning that each patient is different, so the dose, sessions and route of administration are assessed by the doctor to suit the patient's needs.

• Circulatory disorders of the lower limbs, such as arterial and venous insufficiency.

• Ischemic cerebrovascular diseases: after an encephalic vascular accident such as thrombosis, cerebral embolism, etc.

• Diabetic neuroangiopathy: the improvement of the diabetic patient with ozone therapy is sustainable.

• Vertebrobasilar insufficiency with dizziness, cervical pain and hearing deficit, a notable improvement is experienced.

• Neurological Diseases: Senile Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Lateral Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Infantile Cerebral Palsy.

• In Ophthalmology: Retinitis Pigmentosa, Glaucoma, ocular trauma, senile macular degeneration.

• Oncology: It serves as a complement that makes chemotherapy and radiotherapy more effective, in addition to its immunomodulatory power, it helps prevent metastases.

• Intestinal conditions: ulcerative colitis, intestinal diverticula, intestinal polyps, proctitis, hemorrhoids.

• Viral diseases: Viral hepatitis, Herpes Zoster, AIDS.

• Dermatological conditions: psoriasis, scleroderma, vitiligo.

•    Rheumatoid arthritis.

• Others: chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, sexual impotence due to vascular factors.

• There is a great variety of routes of administration for ozone therapy, the way in which it is administered must be considered according to the condition and needs of the patient. These can be major or minor hemotherapy, intravenous, discolysis, intrademic, intramuscular, interarticular, rectal insufflation, vaginal insufflation or external gasification. It is worth mentioning that each patient is different, so the dose, sessions and route of administration are assessed by the doctor to suit the patient's needs.

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