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Ozone insufflations

Ozone Ear insufflations:

It involves placing an ear piece into the ear which directs ozone into the area. It is completely painless. is used for ear nose and throat problems, the sinuses and brain. As eardrum is semipermeable,. ozone will diffuse through it. The middle ear will be cleaned out first, then the inner ear. After that it will travel to the sinuses, and then eventually down the Eustachian tube and even to the upper bronchial tubes. Migraines are often caused by constriction of the blood vessels at the back of the neck, pinching off blood supply and thus oxygen to the brain. Ozone can help by reducing the constriction and increasing the oxygen supply.

 

INDICATION
ear infections; mastoiditis; hearing problems caused by candida; tinnits; sinusitis; head colds; upper respiratory tract infections; sore throat; flu; allergic rhinitis; bronchitis; aasthma ,brain pathologies such as macular degeneration; alzheimer’s; parkinson’s; memory problems; brain cancer; retinitis pigmentosa; autism; hemiplegia; paraplegia; delayed milestones; chronic fatigue syndrome

 

Ozone RECTAL INSUFFLATION:

This method introduces ozone via the rectum. Rectal insufflation is a way to administer ozone systemically in a manner that is minimally invasive and painless .This is "95% as effective as Major Autohemotherapy"

Advantages of Rectal Ozone:
1.Simple, painless, less than 30 minute procedure 2.Obtain higher levels in the gut and liver. Therefore has especially higher benefits for patients with gut and liver issues such as: a.Chronic hepatitis b.Chronic colitis: 3.Has similar systemic effects on the immune system as more invasive ozone therapy: Major autohemotherapy

 

Procedure
The medical assistant will insert a very small lubricated catheter into the rectum about 4 inches and gently administer ozone over a 20-30 minute period while the patient is laying on his/her side. Most patient feel no discomfort. The patient is asked to refrain from passing gas or having a bowel movement for at least 30 minutes. It has been shown that the entire amount of ozone is fully absorbed by that time. So any gas or bowel movement that is passed after that period does not have any affect on the results of the therapy. It is generally recommended that the procedure is be performed within a few hours following a bowel movement. Some patients may prefer to self-administer an enema on the morning prior to arrival for the procedure but it is not necessary. We generally suggest that the patient have had a normal bowel movement that morning before the procedure.

Indications:

Local -- enteritis; crohn’s disease; anal fissures; ulcerative colitis; proctitis(higher conc.)

General -- pediatrics & geriatrics; chronic hepatitis b& c; alcoholic liver diseases; parkinson’s disease; dementia; retinitis pigmentosa;rheumatoid arthritis; complementary treatment in cancer patients; antiaging, detoxifying & rejuvenating therapy.

 

Ozone Vaginal insufflations

Vaginal insufflation is used for problems of the female reproductive area. This method is also used where heat in contraindicated, it is a valid method of introducing ozone for the whole body. This method is not at all intrusive, the patient does not experience discomfort of any kind. Women have an advantage, in that vaginal insufflation requires no preparation, and can be administered for very long periods of time, hours in fact. The gas will usually find its way into the uterus, out the Fallopian tubes, and then into the abdominal cavity. Liver problems and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) can be addressed in this way. This is also a good way of getting ozone into the lymph system. For men, cleaning the lymph system is not as easy, and requires use of a body suit or a steam cabinet..

 

Procedure : 

• a clean lubricated vaginal catheter hooked up to the ozone generator at conc. 30mcg/ug is inserted
• sometimes patient may feel little cramps(as blood supply to uterus increased),but this will go off quickly.
• After you are used to it, you may be able to run it for an hour or two at a time.

Indications

Local --
vaginitis; endometritis; endometriosis; reproductive tract pathologies; pelvic inflamatory disease; infertility

General -- peritonitis; abdominal organ pathologies; low abdominal pains; genital cancers; in systemic conditions; as a complementary treatment in cancer

UTERINE INSUFFLATION

Used in PELVIC INFLAMATORY DISEASES; ENDOMETRITIS Urethral insufflation is used for bladder infections, STDs, inflammation of the ureter, prostate enlargement, and bladder and prostate cancer.