Ozone Therapy


 

Stimulate Bodily Regeneration & Healing Through Ozone Therapy

Ozonotherapy is the use of medical grade ozone, a highly reactive form of pure oxygen, to create a curative response in the body. The body has the potential to renew and regenerate itself. When it becomes sick, it is because this potential has been blocked. The reactive properties of ozone stimulate the body to remove many of these impediments thus allowing the body to do what it does best – heal itself.

Ozonotherapy has been and continues to be used in European clinics and hospitals for over fifty years. It was even used here in the United States in a limited capacity in the early part of the 20th century. There are professional medical ozonotherapy societies in over ten countries worldwide. Recently, the International Scientific Committee on Ozonotherapy (ISCO3) was formed to help establish standardized scientific principles for ozonotherapy. The president of the AAO, Frank Shallenberger, MD is a founding member of the ISCO3.

Ozonotherapy was introduced into the United States in the early 80’s and has been increasingly used in recent decades. It has been found useful in various diseases:

  • It activates the immune system in infectious diseases.
  • It improves the cellular utilization of oxygen that reduces ischemia in cardiovascular diseases, and in many of the infirmities of aging.
  • It causes the release of growth factors that stimulate damaged joints and degenerative discs to regenerate.
  • It can dramatically reduce or even eliminate many cases of chronic pain through its action on pain receptors.
  • Published papers have demonstrated its healing effects on interstitial cystitis, chronic hepatitis, herpes infections, dental infections, diabetes, and macular degeneration.
  • It produces “super-gifted red blood cells.” The red cells are better able to stretch and bend to fit nicely into the smallest blood capillaries, thus able to deliver oxygen very efficiently to all the body’s cells and tissues
  • Ozone allows red blood cells to release their oxygen payload to the tissues more easily


Location
Bonnie S. Friehling, M.D.
1511 Chapel Hill Road, Suite 101
Columbia, MO 65203
Phone: 573-203-5723
Fax: (866) 384-6483
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