Medical Ozone Therapy @ DMXI
Our bodies have an estimated 37 trillion cells which are carrying out millions of intricate reactions per cell per second. All of our cells depend on oxygen for normal function to be healthy.
When our bodies do not get enough oxygen delivered to the trillions and trillions of cells in our bodies, we can develop diseases.
Using ozone to improve oxygen delivery to your tissues is the key to improve your health.
What is OZONE – O3?
Ozone is a gas formed from oxygen (O2) and an electrical current to form O3. Ozone has a characteristic odor like the odor formed during thunderstorms.
Medical ozone is similarly formed using a tank of medical grade oxygen and delivered into an OZONE generator.
The generator uses a minimal but high voltage input to generate a stable consistent ozone concentration for medical use.
How can Ozone be used for my body?
Medical Ozone therapy includes:
- You can drink Ozonated water (Make it at home with an easy to use kit)
- Ozone gas can be injected into soft tissues, into joints or around joints with a very small needle. One or a series of injections may be needed and performed here by Dr. Crouch
- Ozone can be exposed to your blood in an IV bag and then afterwards drain the ozonated blood back into you. This is called autohemotherapy.
Minor autohemotherapy is treating 5 to 10cc of blood.
Major autohemotherapy is treating between 50 and 120cc blood.
- Direct Intravenous ozone gas can be safely injected directly into a vein which mixes with your blood, this is performed here by Dr. Crouch
- Ozone gas can be exposed to skin by using a special bag placed around an arm or leg called limb bagging. A special glass dome can be used on the skin similar to cupping offered here at DMXI.
- Ozone gas can be used by insufflation and administered into the rectum or vagina. (Use home ozone kit for your convenience)
- Ozone gas can be used with a silicone stethoscope to insufflate the ear canals
- Ozonated oil can be topically applied to the skin
MOST IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS OF OZONE ARE Stimulation of oxygen metabolism
- O3 aids in the production of prostacycline, a vasodilator.
- Ozone activates the Krebs cycle to stimulating production of ATP giving you energy.
- Ozone therapy causes an increase in the red blood cell glycolysis rate.
- O3 stimulates production free radical scavengers: glutathione, catalase and SOD.
- Ozone stimulates production of 2, 3-DPG (diphosphoglycerate) causing an increase in the amount of oxygen released to the tissues.
OZONE and IMMUNE SYSTEM
- O3 causes the increased production of interferon.
- O3 increases the tumor necrosis factor and interleukin -2, IL-2 then induces an immunologic cascade.
OZONE and PAIN
OZONE injected in the area of pain can significantly reduce or entirely take away pain, it is amazing!
Ozone medical therapy can help with hundreds of conditions; here is a short list of problems ozone can help with:
- Autoimmune diseases
- Vascular diseases
- Pain, Pain, Pain
- Infections from bacteria, viruses, algae, fungus, mold
- Boost your immunity
Ozone and BLOOD PHYSIOLOGY
INCREASES oxygen on the arterial side and because of increased release of oxygen through the capillaries of tissues there is DECREASED oxygen on the venous side !!! More oxygen is carried to all tissues.
Ozone immediately is converted to OZONIDE
Ozonides act for 10-15 minutes in your body,
then those actions cause a chain reaction of events in your body lasting for days, weeks or months to improve your life.
OZONE and how it works against INFECTION
- Ozone oxidizes bacterial cell wall phospholipids and lipoproteins.
- O3 inhibits key steps in fungal growth.
- O3 damages the virus wall called a capsid by peroxidation.
- O3 damages the algae wall causing lysis.
OZONE and Anti-aging medicine
In addition to all the above benefits….
Ozone is the best inducer of superoxide dismutase which results in inducing telemorase activity. Increased telemorase action preserves healthy cell functions and long-term immune function.
Here are some of the complicated details if you want to know….
- Ozone leads to the formation of antioxidant enzymes which include, but are not limited to:
- Nrf2, superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GPx),
- glutathione S-transferase (GST), catalase (CAT), heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1),
- NADPH-quinone-oxidoreductase (NQO-1), heat shock proteins (HSP),
- and phase II enzymes of drug metabolism.
- Many of these enzymes act as free radical scavengers clinically relevant to a wide variety of diseases.
Call to make an appointment to discuss ozone therapy with Dr. Adam G. Crouch, Inc. at 330.726.6010.
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