With the introduction of Ozone gas; Ozone therapy improves our cells ability to utilize oxygen which leads to widespread systemic effects that can positively influence our overall health and wellbeing.
What is Ozone therapy?
As we age, our body’s ability to utilize oxygen decreases. Ozone therapy aims to increase oxygen capacity in the body to promote healing through the introduction of ozone gas. Ozone improves our cells ability to utilize oxygen which leads to widespread systemic effects that can positively influence our overall health.
Ozone works to promote oxygenation, improve energy production and metabolism, modulate our immune system, and acts as a direct anti-microbial agent by destroying pathogens, such as fungi, viruses, and bacteria.
The immune-modulating and anti-infectious effects of these treatments can lead to improvements in acute and chronic infections, as well as autoimmune conditions.
Many signs of aging and chronic diseases have been linked to decreased oxygen utilization and poor mitochondrial health. By improving both of these factors it can lead to widespread improvements in health.
• Promotes overall health and wellbeing
• Destroys pathogens such as fungi, bacteria and viruses.
• Improves Immune system and metabolism.
These therapies may be a helpful option to incorporate into your treatment plan. It can be delivered intravenously (MAH major autohemotherapy) or topically. Consider this option if you are experiencing:
• Pain and inflammation in the joints and muscles (Subcutaneous injections)
• Skin problems such as herpes virus, eczema, acne, and scarring.
• Chronic Bacterial Infections
• Muscular Degeneration
• Viral infections
• Premature aging such as fatigue, muscle aches and decreased exercise performance
• Cardiovascular Disease
• Chronic Fungal Infections
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How many Ozone therapy treatments are involved?
Treatment recommendations may vary depending on your overall health and severity of your health concerns. Another factor may be the method of application for the treatment whether it be topically or intravenously (MAH). A consultation would be done to assess your health concerns as well as how you respond to your first treatment.
Am I a candidate?
Your naturopath will discuss with you and determine whether or not you are a good candidate for ozone therapy. A treatment will plan will then be recommended to you.
What does Ozone therapy treat?
It can be used to treat a variety of conditions such as, viral infections, bacterial infections, joint and muscle pain, fatigue and overall health and wellbeing.
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