ozone therapy It is a treatment method using ozone gas. Ozone gas is a transparent, colorless gas consisting of three oxygen atoms. It has a unique smell. Ozone has a broad spectrum of action, so it has been used more widely by medical practitioners. It can be easily combined with other treatments. Its application is practical and has many options. It has low risk in terms of dose and toxicity.
ozone therapy It is a patient-specific treatment. It is applied by determining the dose separately for each patient, not with standard doses, but according to the patient’s response, disease and patient-related factors. With ozonetherapy, an oxidative stress occurs in patients and the antioxidant system is activated by this stress. The therapeutic effect of ozone begins with the activation of the antioxidant system. When the antioxidant system weakens, the immune system and all other defense systems collapse and diseases occur.
Medical ozone is formed by mixing pure ozone and pure oxygen at a certain rate. The obtained medical ozone is given in certain doses according to the patient’s disease and clinical condition. Just like in drugs, there are different dose applications for each disease in ozone applications.
What are the effects of ozone therapy?
- Ozone is a powerful antimicrobial agent. It is effective on all bacteria, fungi and viruses existing in the world.
- It regulates the immune system. Thanks to this effect, called the immunomodulatory effect, it helps the immune system to work in a balanced way.
- It helps speed up metabolism.
- It supports circulation and is used in circulatory system disorders.
- Increases the body’s oxygen capacity, supports cellular functions.
- It supports the body’s self-healing mechanisms.
In which diseases can ozone therapy be applied?
- Diabetes mellitus
- rheumatoid arthritis
- Circulatory disorders
- Neurovegetative diseases: Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, dementia
- Pulmonary diseases: Emphysema, COPD, acute respiratory stress
- Ophthalmological diseases: Retinitis pigmentosa, cataract, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration
- Vascular diseases: Hypertension, venous insufficiency, peripheral arterial disease, venous stasis
- Viral diseases: Herpes simplex, herpes zoster, AIDS, hepatitis A, B, C, human papilloma virus
- Cerebral palsy
- allergic diseases
- chronic fatigue syndrome
- Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
- Crohn’s disease
- inflammatory bowel disease
- Avascular necrosis (AVN)
- Non-healing chronic wounds
- diabetic foot sores
- It is used as a complementary therapy in cancer treatment.
Is it used for weight loss and cellulite treatment?
Ozonetherapy is used in slimming and cellulitis treatments. It is a very powerful fat burner.
So, does it delay aging?
Ozonetherapy is an anti-aging treatment. Water and oxygen are necessary for life. When ozone enters the body, it turns into oxygen and oxygen radicals. Both the body is oxygenated and the therapeutic mechanisms are activated and the body is repaired. While all organs are repaired with the effect of ozone, the skin also benefits from this situation. It is a very important agent that initiates cellular repair.
How is it applied? What are their techniques?
Ozone therapy is applied with different techniques. There are many ozone application methods such as major autohemotherapy, intramuscular injections, intraarticular injections, direct ozone applications to open wounds, nasal insufflation (nasal use), rectal applications, injections into the skin, ozone oil. Ozone therapy also has cosmetic applications. Your doctor will determine the method that is suitable for you before treatment.
What is the frequency of application of ozone therapy?
Although the frequency of application varies according to the disease, applying once a week or twice a week is the treatment frequency we use most.