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Oxygen/Ozone Therapy (O2/O3)


Ozone Therapy is a medical therapy that has been used worldwide for over 50 years with dramatic success and safety.  It increases oxygenation of your cells, modulates your immune system, increases energy production in your cells, increases the antioxidant enzyme ability of your body, reduces the level of acidity in your body, kills bacteria and viruses, and can kill cancer cells on contact.

How it Works

The Procedure

Healing Process




Ozone is an “energized” form of oxygen, which occurs naturally in small amounts in the Earth’s upper atmosphere. It is formed by different processes including interaction between the sun’s ultraviolet radiation and oxygen in the stratosphere. The Earth’s ozone layer protects us from the sun’s ultraviolet rays as well as being the reason that there is life on this planet. You can often smell it in the air after a big thunderstorm, because it is created in the presence of lightning. Ozone is widely thought of as a pollutant, but it is the easiest and most consistent component that can be measured.  Ozone’s presence neutralizes the toxins.

How it's Done


There are multiple ways to deliver the ozone/oxygen to a patient depending on diagnosis:

  • As an injection either under the skin or into an injured joint (Prolozone®).
  • Injected after mixing ozone and a small amount of blood taken from the patient (Minor Autohemotherapy).
  • Intravenously after taking patient’s blood and adding ozone to it (Major Autohemotherapy).
  • Topically with ozonated water or ozone bagging for bums, wounds or skin infections. Ozonated oils are also good for these issues.
  • Insufflated (blowing on or into) to the rectum, nose and ear.

Healing Process




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Results may vary based on individual’s overall health, lifestyle, severity of the orthopedic condition being treated and responses are not guaranteed. The information on this site is solely for purposes of general patient education, and may not be relied upon as a substitute for professional medical care. Consult your own physician for evaluation and treatment of your specific condition.