ABOUT OZONE THERAPY
Ozone is a colorless gas made up of three atoms of oxygen (O3). Medical ozone has 5 % ozone and 95% oxygen. Is very important to know that medical ozone contains many antiseptic properties. Has historically been used to treat a variety of many conditions in the field of health and can help to treat many problems, either as an individual treatment or combined with other conventional medicines.
Ozone Therapy helps our body’s healing process, stimulating white blood cells preventing infections and strengthening immune system deficiencies by destroying fungi, bacteria, and viruses. This way red blood cells transport more oxygen and improve circulation and general cell function. As well as being a powerful antioxidant and it helps to eliminate toxins which make it extremely effective for combating skin problems such as herpes virus, eczema, acne, and pimples.
There are many different ways to receive ozone therapy. Talk with your doctor about the best options and protocols for you and your treatment.
Types of ozone therapy:
1. Directly to the tissue
- 2. Intravenously
- 3. Intramuscularly
- 4. Transrectal
This procedure would involve following doctor's recommendations pre and post-treatment.
Ozone therapy has potential risks so the measurements must be precise. Ozone gas has an odd number of atoms, which makes it unstable. This instability means it can be unpredictable. The professional doctor must take extreme caution when using ozone therapy. Being exposed to high concentrations of oxygen can damage red blood cells.
Talk with Regenamex doctor about all of the possible risks and weigh them against the potential benefits of the treatment. You should also discuss other treatment options with your doctor to help determine which is the best treatment plan for your condition.
Patients showed great results having anti-inflammatory properties with ozone therapy in disc pain relief, muscle tears, neck pain, and herpes. Stimulating the immune system to speed up healing.
According to the result of the prior consultation with the Regenamex doctor, it will be ethically defined if the patient is a potential candidate for Ozone therapy or if surgery or other treatment is necessary.