Ozone Treatments: ENRVBL

Ozone Treatments
Ear, Nasal, Rectal, Vaginal, Bladder and Limb

Ozone Therapy is a medical therapy that has been used worldwide for over 50 years with dramatic success and safety. Ozone therapy increases the amount of oxygen in the body through the introduction of ozone. Ozone (O3) is a modified form of oxygen, produced from oxygen (O2) in an electric generator. It is produced as a gas, with powerful oxidizing properties and multiple medical uses.

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    How do Ozone Treatments work?

    Ozone is simply an energized form of oxygen. It is created when electric or ultraviolet energy causes oxygen atoms to temporarily recombine in groups of three. Once inside the body, the ozone attaches itself to diseased cells. Cells infected with a virus are already weakened by being used as a host by the disease. This weakening shows up as lowered levels of enzymatic activity in the cell wall. The substandard protein coating is imbalanced and incomplete, and it is the perfect attractor for the extra oxygen molecule present in medical ozone.

    Once the ozone attaches itself to the infected cell, the cell wall is further damaged. Either the immune system is activated to remove the damaged cell, or the apoptosis pathway is activated in the affected cell. Apoptosis is programmed cell death, the normal process of removing ill or damaged cells in a healthy body. In both cases the cell is broken down and removed from the body. Healthy cells with intact cell walls are not damaged. In fact, healthy cells get a boost in their ability to make more energy after exposure to ozone in small amounts. All substances are toxic in the wrong quantities, but ozone used medically is applied in quantities that help, not harm.

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    What are the effects of Ozone Treatment?

    Ozone Treatment:

    Improves the blood circulation.
    Stimulates the antioxidant defense systems.
    Activates immune cells.
    Modulates the immune system.
    Activates red blood cells.
    Disinfects and cleans wounds.

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    What conditions can Ozone Treatment help?

    Ozone Treatments have been used to treat infections, wounds, multiple diseases, and to disinfect drinking water. It is effective as an anticancer, antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal agent. Ozone as a treatment is unsurpassed, mainly because there are no appreciable side effects (except in case of ozone allergy). Chronic infections such as hepatitis-C, herpes, Lyme, and AIDS respond very favorably to ozone. It is also very helpful in chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and autoimmune diseases.

    Rectal Insufflation is effective for prostate problems, colitis, anal fissure, candida.

    Vaginal Insufflation is effective for candida and other yeast infections, forms of vaginitis.

    Bladder Insufflation is effective for cystitis and bladder fistulas.

    Nasal/Ear Insufflation can be used for chronic mold, viral, and bacterial infections.

    Limb Bagging/External use of ozone is very effective in treating acne, burns, leg ulcers, open sores and wounds, eczema, fungus and other skin disorders.

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    How is an Ozone Treatment done?

    There are many different ways the Ozone can enter the body:

    Rectal, Vaginal or Bladder Ozone
    The ozone is introduced into the desired area with a catheter. The ozone then enters the bloodstream through the intestinal or vaginal walls.

    Insufflation Nasal Ozone
    For Nasal Ozone you will be asked to hold your breath while the medical technician inserts a needle-less syringe, with the appropriate amount of ozone, into your nose. You will be asked to hold your breath for 30 seconds, and then exhale. Then you will be instructed to take three short breaths in your mouth, and out your nose. This ensures that you are not inhaling the ozone into your lungs.

    Insufflation Ear Ozone
    Ear Ozone is a very fast treatment. The Technician will have you wear an ear piece while running the ozone machine. Generally they are only worn for 1 minute, working up to longer times as your practitioner prescribes.

    Limb Bagging
    Depending on the size and location of your wound, a Technician will enclose the treatment area with a plastic bag that fills with ozone. This creates a balloon of ozone around your limb. You will be able to rest for an hour or two while the desired area is treated with the ozone.

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    Do I need a prescription for an Ozone Treatment?

    Yes. You need to see your Gordon Medical practitioner first, who will discuss treatment options with you in detail. A prescription will be put in your EMR.

    Use one of the following options to make an appointment:
    Patient Portal for current patients
    New Patient Contact
    (707) 575-5180

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    How often will I need an Ozone Treatment?

    This depends on what your treatment goals are, what symptoms you suffer from, and how readily your system responds to this therapy. You and your practitioner will set up a schedule that works best for your health needs.

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    How do I schedule an appointment in the office?

    Appointments can be made Monday through Friday with a Technician.

    Use one of the following options to make an appointment:
    Patient Portal for current patients
    New Patient Contact
    (707) 575-5180

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    How much time does an Ozone Treatment take?

    What you are treating will determine how long your appointment will take. If you are scheduling for a Rectal, Vaginal, Bladder, Nasal or Ear issue, the appointments are fairly quick, and could be as short as 30 minutes. A Limb Bagging will be scheduled for one or two hours, earlier in the day, depending on location of the needed treatment, and how large the treatment area is.

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    How can I prepare for my appointment?

    Vaginal, Nasal or Ear Ozone
    There are no preparations needed for this treatment.

    Rectal and Bladder Ozone
    We ask that you use the restroom prior to your appointment. DO NOT schedule a Colonic appointment before your ozone treatment. It is fine to have a colonic AFTER rectal ozone and, we often end a colonic with an infusion of ozonated water.

    Limb Bagging
    Depending where the treatment area is, it is suggested that you wear loose fitting comfortable clothing. A medical gown will be provided if needed.

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    Are Ozone Treatments safe?

    Ozone is painless, and generally creates increased vitality and well-being because the blood is being oxygenated and nourished. Pure medical grade ozone, when it is used according to the established medical guidelines, has a safety record that is unparalleled.

    Ozone therapy has been utilized and heavily studied for more than a century. Its effects are proven, consistent, safe and with minimal and preventable side effects.
    Ozone therapy: A clinical review

    If you have an allergy to ozone, please discuss it with your practitioner before scheduling an ozone treatment.