Ozone Therapy Procedures 2018-02-19T17:35:51+00:00

Ozone Therapy Procedures

How To Video Series
Joint Pain Injections
Major Auto Hemo Therapy (MAHT)
Minor Auto Hemo Therapy (mAHT)
Rectal Ozone Therapy
Testimonial Videos
Wound Protocols
Wound Healing
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The procedures of external O3 are effectively used in otolaryngology, being easy to perform and giving effective results.

In cases of otopyosis or fungal otitis the procedure of external 03 is done with the use of ordinary (plastic tube)  cotton swab. Before the procedure the ear canal is to be wet with a damp cotton swab.

Joint injections with Ozone is a form of non-surgical ligament reconstruction and is a permanent treatment for chronic pain. Joint injections with Ozone is a connective tissue injection therapy of collagen-producing substances and ozone gas which can reconstruct damaged or weakened connective tissue in and around joints. These substances are injected into the damaged connective tissue in and around a joint to rebuild the damaged areas. By repairing the connective tissue chronic pain can be permanently reversed.

Joint injections with Ozone therapy is an injection technique similar to prolotherapy that uses ozone. The use of ozone causes the joint to heal much more quickly than in traditional prolotherapy. This is because ozone is a highly reactive molecule and when injected into a joint capsule it is able to stimulate the repair of fibroblastic joint.

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Ozone in Blood – externally added ozone

This is a simple procedure:

  • Blood is taken from the patient and put into a bag or bottle.
  • A small amount of anticoagulant is added.
  • An equal amount of ozone is added to the mix.
  • The blood is returned to the patient.

There are variations to this and exact amounts of blood and ozone can vary.

Ozone in Blood – externally added ozone

mAHT acts as a non-specific, immune-stimulant therapy that is comparable to an “auto-vaccination.”

The procedure is simple and easy to perform. Blood (5-10 ml) is drawn into a 20 ml syringe that is pre-loaded with 5 – 10 ml of ozone/oxygen mixture and then intensively shaken. It is then returned to the patient via an intramuscular injection.

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Rectal insufflation with an O3/O2 gas mixture is increasingly being used as a systemic therapeutic form, and is viewed by many as an alternative to MAH. It is the method of choice in pediatrics.


  • lcerous colitis
  • Proctitis, stages I and II
  • Anal fistulae and fissures


  • Indications cited for MAH
  • Hepatitis B and C
  • For immunomodulation
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Here you can find some materials from the Russian Ozone Therapy in practice.

It contains:

  • the mechanisms of therapeutic action of ozone therapy
  • the main clinical symptoms of the most widespread surgically treated pathologies
  • the recommended methods of ozone therapy and expected clinical results


  • Purulent Wounds
  • Trophic Ulcers
  • Decubitis ( pressure sores)
  • Thermic Traumas (Burns)

Ozone therapy heals wounds faster. It is non toxic, safe and effective for even antibiotic-resistant bacteria (MRSA)

3 methods of application:

  1. As a gas
  2. Delivered in a liquid (saline or distilled water)
  3. Ozonated oils

When applied to a wound, ozone peroxides and ozonides are formed and stimulate wound healing.

Ozone (O3) has been widely recognized as one of the best bactericidal, antiviral and antifungal agents.

Valacchi G, Fortino V, Bocci V. The dual action of ozone on the skin. Br J Dermatol 2005;153:1096–1100.

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