Ozone Therapy and Prolozone

Ozone was discovered over 150 years ago. Nikola Tesla was the first to paten an ozone generator in 1896. Ozone (O3) is a naturally occurring energy-rich molecule embodying unique physico-chemical and biological properties. Ozone has a long history of being used to treat infections, both internal and external, used to sterilize medical equipment, water, and is known to have well documented effects on reducing inflammation throughout the body leading to anti-aging effects.

Ozone has been shown in research to have antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. It can benefit those with more serious conditions such as cancer, neurogenerative diseases, cardiovascular disease, and respiratory disorders. There are even peer-reviewed journals on the benefits with ozone regarding the COVID-19 virus as supportive therapy in recovery. Ozone increases an important antioxidant in the body called glutathione, stimulates immune cells, decreases pain, improves wound healing, healthy collagen production, hair growth, decreases nerve pain and enhances cellular energy. It can be used alone or be used in combination with other treatment protocols to help the body regain balance.

Medical ozone has little to no serious side effects. If patients are treating conditions such as Tick-borne infections or mold biotoxin illness there may be symptom flares that occur after treatment signaling the infections are detoxing from the body. These are very common with any treatment for these types of chronic infections.

Ozone is delivered in-office through intravenous routes, subcutaneous injection, injection into joints/tissues where there is pain/injury (Prolozone), into body cavities (rectum, bladder, vagina), topically by bagging around a limb and one can also receive it directly into the vein. Ozonated water can be consumed as well as ozonated oil topically for wound healing.

Call office to schedule ozone or prolozone therapy. If you are new to the practice, you will need to have initial consultation to make sure ozone is appropriate for you. Our clinic will also accept referrals from other medical practitioners who wish to add ozone therapy to their patient’s treatment protocol.

Here are some suggested peer-reviewed articles:

Rowen RJ. Ozone and oxidation therapies as a solution to the emerging crisis in infectious disease management: a review of current knowledge and experience. Med Gas Res. 2019;9(4):232-237. doi:10.4103/2045-9912.273962

Cattel F, Giordano S, Bertiond C, et al. Ozone therapy in COVID-19: A narrative review. Virus Res. 2021;291:198207. doi:10.1016/j.virusres.2020.198207

Smith NL, Wilson AL, Gandhi J, Vatsia S, Khan SA. Ozone therapy: an overview of pharmacodynamics, current research, and clinical utility. Med Gas Res. 2017;7(3):212-219. Published 2017 Oct 17. doi:10.4103/2045-9912.215752

Elvis AM, Ekta JS. Ozone therapy: A clinical review. J Nat Sci Biol Med. 2011;2(1):66-70. doi:10.4103/0976-9668.82319

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