How can ozone therapy be used to help us?
Ozone is a powerful oxidant, but it can also be an equally formidable antioxidant to combat the action of free radicals on our bodies.
Ozone therapy takes advantage of the effects of oxygen and ozone on the human body in terms of metabolism, our immune and vascular systems, and regeneration.
It can be used to treat:
- degenerative disorders of joints, bones and muscles, including herniated discs, protrusions and other disc disorders or arthroses of the neck, knee, hip, or hands
- neurovascular degenerative disorders as adjuvants in treating Alzheimer’s, ischemia, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, ALS, or multiple sclerosis
- autoimmune disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, fibromyalgia, or chronic fatigue
This is because ozone is nature’s most powerful antiviral, antibacterial and antimycotic agent that has no antimicrobial resistance and acts on a range of metabolisms
Medical ozone has a great many properties due to the ability to modulate its concentration in oxygen and to the diverse range of methods of administration. As an instable gas, ozone must be produced at the same time as its intended use.
Oxygen/ozone therapy was introduced in Italy for the first time in 1983, when the Scientific Society for Oxygen/Ozone Therapy (SIOOT) was established. A great many medical professionals are members of this association, which organizes conferences and university courses and publishes literature to promote the many uses and applications of this therapy, which has no side effects.