What is Ozone?

Ozone gas (O₃) is a molecule consisting of 3 Oxygen atoms, which in some ways benefits general health, certain diseases and conditions. It can have different kinds of benefits when applied in certain ways.
Ozone therapy is used in health problems such as rheumatic diseases, ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, hepatitis, drug-induced liver enzyme elevations, joint calcifications, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetic foot wounds, chronic asthma.

Major Method:

The most common major method is to take approximately 50-100 ml of blood from the patient’s body, saturate it with a specified amount of Ozone and return it to the patient.

Minor Method:

It is a method similar to the major method, but differently, after taking a smaller amount of blood (2-5 cc) and saturating with ozone, it is injected into the muscle instead of being given to the veins.

Subcutaneous Administration:

In this method, pure ozone is injected directly under the skin using a fine-tipped needle with a certain dose and volume of ozone-oxygen mixture.

Ozone Gas Treatment for Body Cavities:

Ozone can be given by spraying through the anus, vaginal and ear canal.

Intra-Joint Ozone Gas Therapy:

Using a needle, the Ozone-Oxygen mixture is injected into the joint to relieve joint discomfort.

Bagging Method:

This method is generally applied to people with diseases that have difficulty in closing wounds.