DISEASES TREATED WITH OZONE

Medical Ozone can positively influence or even heal a large number of diseases. This fact is confirmed by a large number of scientific investigations and medical publications. As a rule, Ozone is given in addition to other therapeutic methods.

It is given as complementary medicine.

Medical Ozone, when properly and responsibly handled for the correct indication, is safe, practical, effective and economic. However, like any other medical treatment, Ozone therapy is not a ‘cure all’.

Diseases that can be treated with Ozone Therapy:

Infected wounds:
Open leg ulcers, bed sores and burns are successfully treated by Ozone in practically all cases. Clinical studies have shown that even very severe cases improve with Ozone.

Circulatory Disorders:
Ozone Therapy gives very good results in arterial circulatory disorders characterized by sensation of heaviness and coldness and/or pains in the legs, especially while walking. (Well known as smoker’s leg or intermittent claudications) Ozone Therapy has avoided amputation in large number of cases.

Geriatric conditions:
Ozone shows general revitalizing capacity (including nerve and brain functions). Therefore, it can be successfully used for poor concentration, forgetfulness, general reduction in mental and physical performance, insecurity in walking (balancing problems) and clinical dizziness or vertigo. Elderly people generally experience a feeling of well being and improved quality of life!

Macular degeneration:
Ozone is used improve weak eye sight due to age related retinal detachment.

Intestinal conditions:
Inflammatory condition of the large intestines (eg colitis) and small intestines, fistulas and proctitis (inflammation of the rectum) – many such unpleasant and inconvenient conditions are favorably treated by Rectal Insufflation of Ozone.

Viral Diseases:
A series of clinical trials has shown good results of Ozone treatment in painful, viral conditions like herpes and hepatitis. Ozone Therapy reduces the duration of the diseases heals more efficiently and patient is back to his normal state of well-being in short time.

Rheumatism/arthritis:
Ozone Therapy, in these conditions, causes pain and inflammation to subside. Repeated treatment may even produce permanent restoration.

Cancer:
Ozone Therapy is give as a complementary therapy in addition to standard methods. It produces its effects by immune activation.

 Dr Saul Pressman, in his book, "The Story of Ozone" lists the different Diseases which we can treat with medical Ozone therapy as below:

A

Acariasis
Acne
Acrodermatitis
Acute otitis media
Acute vestibulopathy
Addisons disease
Adenocarcinoma
Adenovirus
Adrenalitis
AIDS
Alopecia
ALS (Lou Gehrig disease)
Alzheimer's disease
Amebiasis
Amenorrhea
Amyloidosis
Anal fissures
Anemia
Angina
Angiodema
Ankylosing spondylitis
Anthrax
Apthous stomatitis
Arterial occlusion
Arteriosclerosis
Arthritis
Arthrosis
Asthma
Athlete's foot
B

Babesiosis
Bacterial pneumonia
Bartonellosis
Basalinoma
Bell palsy
Bornholm myalgia
Botulism
Bronchitis
Bronchopulmonary aspergillus
Broncospasm
Brucellosis
Bullous pemphigus
Burkit lymphoma
C Cancer of all types
Candidiasis
Carbuncles
Cavernous sinus thrombosis
Cellulitis
Cerebral atrophy
Cerebrovascular accident
Chagas disease
Chicken pox
Chlamydia
Cholecystitis
Chronic pain
Chronic pulmonary disease
Cirrhosis of the liver
Coccidiomycosis
Colitis
D Dengue fever
Dermatitis
Diabetes
Diverticulitis
E

Echovirus
Eczema
Ehrlichiosis
Encephalitis
Encephalomyelitis
Endocarditis
Endometritis
Endophthalmitis
Enteric fever
Enteritis necroticans
Environmental hypersensitivity
Epidermoid carcinoma
Epidermolitic keratosis
Epidermophytosis
Epididymitis
Epstein-Barr virus
Erysipelas
Erythema migrans
F Flavivirus
Folliculitis
Food poisoning
Fulminant varicella
Furuncle
G

Gangrene
Genital warts
Giardiasis
Glaucoma
Glioma
Glomerular membrane disease
Glomerulonephritis
Goodpasture syndrome
Gout
Graves disease
Guillan-Barre syndrome
H
Hairy leukoplakia
Heart arrhythmia
Heart disease
Hematoma
Hemolytic anemia
Hemorrhage
Hemorrhagic fever
Hemorrhoids
Hepatitis
Herpes of all types
Histoplasmosis
HIV
HTLV
Huntingdon chorea
Hypercholesterolemia
Hypersensitivity
Hyperthyroidism
Hypotension
I
Ichthyosis
Ileitis Polyoma virus
Impetigo
Influenza
Intravascular coagulation
Ischemic optic neuropathy
K Krohn's disease Kyanasur Forest disease
L

Landry syndrome
Lassa fever
Leishmaniasis
Leptospirosis
Leukemia
Leukoencephalopathy
Leukopenia
Listeriosis
Lupus erythematosus
Lyme disease
Lymphocytic choriomeningitis
Lymphogranuloma
Lymphoid pneumonia
Lymphoma
M

Malaria
Mastoiditis
Measles
Melanoma
Melioidosis
Meniere disease
Migraine
Molluscum ecthyma
Mononucleosis
Morbilloform
Multiple sclerosis
Mumps
Myalgia
Myasthenia gravis
Mycobacterium avium complex
Mycosis
Myelitis
Myocarditis
Myonecrosis
Myositis
N Neutropenia colitis Neurodermatitis
O

Ocular trachoma
Optic nerve dysfunction
Optic neuritis
Oral erythema
Orbital cellulitis
Orchitis
Cryptospiridiosis
Osteomyelitis
Osteoporosis
Osteosarcoma
Otosclerosis
P

Pancreatitis
Panniculitis
Papillitis
Parainfluenza
Parkinson's disease
Pediculosis
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Pemphigoid
Pernicious anemia
Pneumocytosis
Pneumonia
.Poliomyelitis
Polyateritis
Poor circulation
Postpartum fever
Proctitis
Prostate enlargement
Prurigo
Psoriasis
Pulmonary toxiplasis
Pyoderma
R

Rabies
Radiculoneuritis
Relapsing fever
Reynaud's disease
Reynold's syndrome
Rheumatoid arthritis
Rhinitis
Rift Valley fever
Rubella
S

Salmonella
Salpingitis
Scabies
Scleroderma
Senile dementia
Senile macular degeneration
Sennutsu fever
Septicemia
Shingles
Shock
Sickle cell anemia
Sinusitis
Skin burns
Spinalioma
Staphyloococcus
Stiatonigral degeneration
Stomatitis
Stroke
Syphilis
T

T.cruzi
Tardive dyskinesia
Tendinitis
Tetanus
Thoracic zygomycosis
Thrombopenic purpura
Thrombophlebitis
Thyroiditis
Tinea versicolor
Tinnitus
Togavirus
Tourette syndrome
Toxic amblyopia
Toxoplasmosis
Traveller's diarrhea
Trench fever
Trypanosomiasis
Tuberculosis
Tularemia
U Ulcers
Urethritis
Urticaria
Uterine spasm
Uveitis
V Varicella pneumonia
Varicose veins
Vascular retinopathy
Vasculitis
W Warts Wegener granulomatosis


However, it is best to consult your physician and Ozone Practitioner to understand the benefits of Ozone Therapy for every case as each patient requires the therapy in different dosages for it to be effective. For more patient related information, click here.

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