What is Ozone Therapy?
Popularized in Europe, ozone therapy is a special treatment to infuse ozone gas in to the body. Ozone is used because it contains heavy amounts of oxygen. Ozone therapy has been used to treat:
- Heart disease
- Macular degeneration
- Parkinson's disease
- Lyme disease
- Slipped discs
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Chronic pain or acute muscle or joint pain
Ozone therapy is a form of oxidative medicine, and is often combined with other forms of oxidative therapy such as ultraviolet blood irradiation. Whether or not these conditions can be treated with ozone therapy can only be determined by a medical professional.
How Does Ozone Therapy Work?
Ozone can be administered in several different ways:
Ozone can be injected directly into músculo-skeletal trigger points, or into joint spaces (including but not limited to neck, back, shoulders, elbows, hips and knees) to relieve pain, break up fibrous adhesions and generate growth of new, healthy connective tissue.
Ozone can also be infused into the body along with the patient's own blood to detoxify and oxygenate tissues, thus promoting the body's own natural disease-fighting power
Request More Information about Ozone Therapy Today
Ozone therapy may be useful in treating a variety of diseases and health conditions. By oxygenating and detoxifying (replace detoxing) the blood, practitioners of ozone therapy believe that it can promote health and wellbeing. Request more information about ozone therapy today by calling: (505) 323-8100 or request more information online.