Treatments

Ozone Therapy

Ozone is a gas composed of three atoms of oxygen. It is less stable than o2. Ozone occurs both in the Earth's upper atmosphere (stratosphere)and at ground level(trophosphere). Ozone can be good or bad, depending on where it is found: Gaseous ozone is bluish in colour and has a pungent distinctive smell. The name of ozone is derived from the greek word “ozein “ meaning “To smell”. The smell of ozone can often be experienced near electrical transformers or nearby lightening strikes. It is formed in these instances, when an electrical discharge breaks Standard way to express total ozone in atmosphere is by Dobson units. Average concentration at a point is meassured in Parts per bilion .(ppb) or ug/m3.


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Chelation Therapy

A Homeopathic Physician who has been in practice since 10 years, trained in Ozone therapy and Chelation Therapy with rich clinical experience. With over 5 years of clinical practice in Ozone therapy and Chelation Therapy, she has treated patients both local and abroad with good results in many conditions ranging from allergies, arthritis and anti-aging to more serious illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, autoimmune conditions and cancer.


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Far Infrared Therapy

Infrared heat is simply a form of energy that in directly transmitted onto objects because of its specific wave length Unlike conventional heating system which rely on heating the air to warm our bodies, the efficient infrared heat looses less than 20% of its energy in heating the surrounding air, allowing over 80% of its energy to be directly converted to heat onto and within our bodies. This energy can then penetrate safely up to 45 mm into our skin layer and outer body.


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Acupuncture Therapy

Acupuncture is claimed to be an ancient system of healing developed over thousands of years as part of the traditional medicine of China. The aim of the treatment is to restore the balance of the universal energy Qi (pronounced chee) in the body, through the painless application of fine needles into strategic points on the body. Qi consists of Yin and Yang and these two opposite, but complementary, forces need to be in balance otherwise disease or illness occurs in the body.


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