Medical Ozone at MJA Clinic
Ozone therapy (ozonotherapy) is the basis of a type of therapy that’s been used to help fight diseases throughout the world.
Invented in 1951 (France)
Administered intravenously (I.V.), this method was first used by doctors in France in 1951. Widely used in Europe, ozonotherapy was introduced into the United States in the early 1980’s.
Wide Spectrum of Use
Ozone treatment has a full package of medical properties enabling its usage in physiotherapy, dermatology, and regenerative medicine for treating patients with different conditions.
Ozone Therapy Key Factors:
Proven healing effects on interstitial cystitis, chronic hepatitis, herpes infections, dental infections, diabetes, and macular degeneration – as documented through published papers.
For patients with AID ozone modulates the immune system to stop it from attacking healthy cells.
Causes the release of growth factors that stimulate damaged joints and degenerative discs to regenerate.
Can dramatically reduce or even eliminate many cases of chronic pain through its action on pain receptors.
Improves the cellular utilization of oxygen that reduces ischemia in cardiovascular diseases, and in many of the infirmities of aging.
YEARS OF PRACTICE
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