Oxygen O3 Therapy

A Breath of Fresh Air

‘True Healing Oxygen’

Medical O3 Therapy is a natural treatment with a wide variety of applications that has been used throughout the world. Its benefits have been proven to be consistent and with minimal side effects.

O3 Actions:

Either a pro-oxidant or anti-oxidant, depending on how it is used
Immune system modulation
Improves microcirculation
Tissue Regeneration
Anti-microbial, anti-viral
Stimulates the release of growth factors, which act to renew and regenerate tissue
Analgesic (reduces pain)

What Can O3 Therapy Be Used For?

Cosmetic: Medical O3 therapy eliminates dead cells, disinfects pores, restores moisture, and stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis. With facial procedures, O3 therapy has a significant rejuvenating effect, resulting in improved skin elasticity. It has application in the following areas:
Aging Skin and Wrinkles
Acne Lesions
Alopecia / Hair Loss
Vascular dilations of telangiectasias

Orthopedic: Medical O3 therapy aids in tissue healing and repair, therefore, it can be used for almost any ailment from pain, but it has been found to be especially helpful in dealing with sports injuries in younger individuals.

General Health: Medical O3 therapy has been used for a wide array of conditions, including:
Infections (herpes, lyme disease, Epstein barr virus)
Metabolic Conditions (diabetes, high cholesterol)
Increase Energy (sports performance, chronic fatigue)
Autoimmune Conditions

How is O3 Administered?

Intravenous: This is the most popular use of ozone therapy, which enriches your own blood with O3, and then delivers it back into the system via IV therapy. This form is used most often with general wellness.
Subcutaneous: Utilizes tiny injections just below the skin, and is used most commonly with cosmetic procedures.
Intramuscular: Similar to vitamin injections, and only uses O3 infused blood.
Intra-articular: Utilized in orthopedic injections to stimulate the release of growth factors to heal and regenerate damaged tissue.
Topically: Treatment most common for dermatological conditions, to either kill bacteria or to be used as an anti-oxidant.

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