Ozone therapy, also called ozone therapy, is used to treat many diseases. It can be carried out in two ways: systemic application and local application. Systemic application is the most preferred and used method today. After the blood taken from the individual to whom the therapy will be applied is combined with a mixture of ozone and oxygen for approximately 10 minutes, the resulting mixture is injected into the body intravenously. The critical point here is that the expert who will perform this application is educated and competent. Because only experts trained in this field can determine how often and in what dosage the therapy will be applied. The other method, local application, is the mixture created by the same method and applied to the joints, muscles, tendons or body cavities deemed appropriate by the doctor or natural medicine physician.

Scope of application

  • Tumor
  • herniated disc
  • Diabetes
  • Periodontitis and dental diseases
  • anti-aging
  • chronic wounds
  • chronic fatigue
  • ischemic diseases
  • Bacterial and fungal infections
  • Respiratory diseases such as asthma and COPD
  • Autoimmune diseases such as Behcet’s disease
  • Migraine
  • rheumatic diseases
  • Circulatory system disorders
  • Eye diseases
  • Geriatric diseases such as
  • Alzheimer’s and dementia
  • AIDS
  • Skin diseases such as psoriasis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Muscle pains

These studies are not intended for treatment or therapy alone. It can have protective effects if people do not have health problems, and if they have health problems, it can be supportive in their recovery process. Because our bodies keep track of everything and create blockages in everyone in some way. As these blockages are released, positive changes and transformations can be observed in the person’s physical and emotional health.