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What is ozone?

It is an unstable gas formed by the combination of 3 oxygen molecules. Medical ozone consists of a mixture of 5% ozone - 95% oxygen. It is produced with special generators.

How long has ozone been used in the treatment of diseases?

Ozone has been applied in medicine for more than 100 years ago. In addition to thousands of ozone therapy clinics in many countries of the world such as Germany, England, USA, Japan and Brazil, there are private hospitals that only perform ozone therapy, a rostrum was also dedicated for it at the Siena University of Medical Sciences in Italy. 

Who should do ozone therapy?

 The ozonetherapist, a trained doctor, determines the treatment protocols to be applied according to the patient's condition and the type of disease.

  • Ozone therapy helps treat many diseases or contributes to their recover completely.

  • It increases the oxygenation of tissues and cells.

  • Red blood cells that encounter ozone gain elasticity and an increase in blood fluidity occurs in areas where ozone is encountered.

  • There is an increase in the oxygen carrying capacity of red blood cells that encounter ozone.

  • There is an increase in the ability of red blood cells, whose main task in the body is to carry oxygen, to release oxygen to the tissues.

  • With the encounter with ozone, intracellular respiration accelerates and thus, an increase in energy production required for cell functions occurs.

  • Ozone is a powerful antioxidant substance. In this respect, ozone helps to clean the chemical substances in our body by increasing the detoxifying feature of the skin.


1- Wound and burn treatment

- From the disinfectant (germ cleaner) feature of ozone,

- By regulating its circulation, improving capillaries and reducing the consistency of blood, injured tissue
We use it in the treatment of the following wounds by increasing its oxygenation, blood circulation and nutrition, and taking advantage of its healing effect.

  Diabetes  in your wounds,
• In infected non-healing wounds,
• In pressure sores (decubitus ulcers),
• In serious wounds on the legs due to circulatory disorders,
• Skin infections, allergies, eczema due to various reasons,
• It can be used safely in pre- and post-operative wounds that heal poorly.

Other Proposed Uses:

  1. To strengthen the immune system

  2. In the treatment of liver diseases and hepatitis

  3. In the treatment of cancer and to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy -radiotherapy

  4. In treatments against infections and viruses

  5. In the treatment of kidney and urological diseases  

  6. Muscle, nerve, joint and rheumatic  in the treatment of diseases

  7. In the treatment of neurological diseases

  8. Respiratory system and asthma treatment

  9. In Gynecology

  10. pain management

  11. Stomach Intestine  in diseases

  12. for anti-aging  

  13. as a support in the treatment of infertility

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