Ozonoterapia Dr David Contreras

Ozone Therapy

Ozone is normally known to everyone for the famous Ozone Layer,

which protects us from ultra violet rays in the atmosphere.

There is a myth that it is toxic, but it really is when inhaled or exposed to high concentrations.

If it is administered by other routes and at adequate doses it is no longer toxic.

On the other hand, it is known that it has a great germicidal power,

which is capable of destroying both viruses and bacteria, fungi or parasites,

so that only with that activity, it could already be useful in medicine.

It is shown that when Ozone comes into contact with body fluids,

it generates oxidative stress in our body that causes the stimulation of all

our antioxidant mechanisms, which result in the reactivation of our immune system,

on the other hand it displaces the dissociation curve of hemoglobin oxygen

in favor of the release of the same in the tissues, thereby increasing oxygenation in them,

production of growth factor, increasing the release of nitric oxide,

at the level of bone marrow increases the release of stem cells and

the activation of antioxidant enzymes.

 

From all these mechanisms of action, it can be deduced that it can be extremely useful.

As notable beneficial effects of ozone we can mention the following:

• Oxygenating

• Revitalizing

• Antioxidant

• Regenerating

• Anti-inflammatory

• Germicide

• Anti-allergic

• Healing

• Bactericidal, fungicidal and viricidal.

It is usually used for the relief of body aches derived from various diseases.

 

It can also be used in the world of aesthetics, although it is rare.

 

Its aesthetic function is to serve as an anti-aging resource.

 

This happens because ozone is able to eliminate free radicals.

 

(responsible for skin aging) which helps delay the degree of aging.

 

A couple of sessions are enough to start noticing results.

INDICATIONS OF OZONOTHERAPY DERMATOLOGY:

Acne

Psoriasis

Atopic dermatitis

Eczema

Cellulitis

Herpes Mushrooms Burns

Wounds

Skin Ulcers

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM:

Irritable bowel syndrome

Crohn's disease

Immune Ulcerative Colitis

INFECTIOUS DISEASES:

Chronic Hepatitis B and C

Infections

Herpes and Herpes Zoster

Common cold

 

ISCHEMICAL DISEASES: 

Lower limb ischemia (intermittent claudication)

Cerebral ischemia

Ischemic heart disease  

 

GERIATRICS: 

Anti aging

Atherosclerosis

GINECOLOGY:

Chronic Vulvovaginitis

Genital herpes

Papillomavirus

HEMATOLOGY:

Hemolytic Anemias

(Sicklemia and Thalassemia)

COPD PNEUMOLOGY:

(Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema)

Asthma

Fibrosis

Idiopathic Pulmonary

NEUROLOGY:

Alzheimer disease

Multiple sclerosis

Parkinson's disease

Wilson's disease ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)

Ictus

Bilateral Neurogenic Hearing Loss

OFTALMOLOGY: 

Diabetic retinopathy

Degenerative Retinopathy

Age-related Macular Degeneration

Glaucoma

Degenerative Myopia

Retinitis Pigmentosa

REUMATOLOGY: 

Rheumatoid arthritis

Psoriasic arthritis

Spondylitis Ankylosing

Systemic lupus erythematosus

Fibromyalgia

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

TRAUMATOLOGY: 

 

Osteoarthritis

Tendonitis Osteomyelitis

Low back pain

Herniated Disc

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Osteitis

Epicondylitis

Scoliosis

VASCULAR: 

 

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Varicose veins

Skin Ulcers

Peripheral Arterial Insufficiency

OTHERS:

 

Cancer (Preventive and Coadjutant Treatment of Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy) -

Tinnitus (Noise In The Ears)

Peyronie's disease

Obesity

Diabetes

Gingivitis

Cavities

Renal insufficiency

 

 

 

 

OHT (OZONE HIGH THERAPY)

JOHANN C. LAHODNY 

 

Dr. Lahodny discovered how to activate endogenous stem cells with ozone.

OHT is a complementary therapy in all types of cancer.

 

Through the antitumor effect produced by the oxygen-ozone mixture,

since it inhibits the effect produced by the tumor since it induces the production

of interferon and increases the number of immune cells and the release of enzymes.

OHT can achieve surprising success in late stage cancer.

High dose therapy (OHT) is also used for all chronic treatment-resistant diseases,

such as:

Psoriasis

Parkinson's disease

Multiple sclerosis.