Ozone is a colorless gas and consists of three oxygen atoms. It is also used in the treatment of medical diseases and in the treatment of immune system, infectious, circulatory system-related diseases and wounds in the body. There are no known serious side effects.
To Whom Ozone Therapy Can Be Applied?
The ozone therapy service provided in our polyclinic is cancer, cardiovascular diseases, circulatory diseases, hypertension, allergies and sinusitis, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, rheumatic joint diseases, alzheimer's, hepatitis, cystitis, migraine, chronic pain, inflammation, rheumatic diseases, fibromyalgia, allergy, chronic It can be given to people with fatigue syndrome and intestinal diseases. Ozone therapy cannot be applied to individuals with glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase enzyme deficiency, alcohol dependents and individuals with uncontrolled cardiovascular disease.
How is Ozone Therapy Applied?
Ozone therapy is applied with a session system. Session frequency, interval and duration may vary from patient to patient and depending on the healing process. There are various methods of ozone therapy applied in our hospital. These are major autohemotherapy, minor autohemotherapy, rectal insufflation, bagging and injection therapy. In major autohemotherapy and minor autohemotherapy methods, certain amounts of blood taken from the patient are combined with ozone and then this mixture is given to the patient again by injection. The amount of blood taken from the patient varies according to the major and minor application. Rectal insufflation is the rectal (anal) administration of ozone gas to the patient. Bagging is the direct application of the area to be treated by taking the area to be treated into an ozone-resistant, humidified closed bag and continuously giving ozone to the bag.
It allows the application of both high and low doses of ozone on the skin. Injection method is applied by giving ozone by intramuscular, intraarticular and subcutaneous injection. It provides regeneration and strengthening of ligaments, cartilage, muscles, tissues and joints. Our internist will decide on the most appropriate treatment method and frequency after the examination and will help you.