“Tradition and Complementary Medicine” is used to prevent, diagnose, cure or treat physical or mental conditions.
O3 (Ozone) is a unique gaseous substance, which consists of oxygen atoms that react with the blood and stimulate important precursors.
Ozone therapy is indicated for the treatment of:
- Infectious disease (e.g. influenza, cold sores, zona zoster)
- Open lesions
- Immunocompromised patients
- Diabetes mellitus
- Articular pain
- Cervical and lumbar herniated discs
- Skin problems
and various similar other diseases using personalized doses.
OZONE THERAPY METHODOLOGY
Ozone therapy involves drawing blood from the patient into special flasks, reacting the collected blood with ozone, and transfusing it back to the patient.
Although the dose of ozone therapy is personalized for each patient, it is usually administered in 10 to 12 sessions, two sessions a week.
Cupping Therapy involves removal of heavy metals and toxins accumulated on and under the skin through intradermal incisions. It is a surgical procedure and must be performed by a medical doctor or a trained medical practitioner under supervision of a medical doctor.
Cupping therapy is contraindicated in patients with heart disease, anemia, frailty / advanced age or blood transmitted disease. Also, cupping therapy must be strictly avoided in hypotensive pregnant females, or patients who had received an organ transplant, chemotherapy or radiation therapy, or who has a pacemaker. Therefore, the physician will question the patient before therapy for a history of any of the foregoing conditions.
BENEFITS OF CUPPING THERAPY
- Boosts immunity, eliminates fatigue and reinvigorates
- Cleanses blood veins, reducing cholesterol
- Stimulates blood-producing organs such as liver, bone marrow and spleen, preventing damage in illnesses involving these organs, and augments blood generation
- Reduces high blood pressure
- Relaxes muscles, preventing cramps and seizures. Relieves joint and muscle pain
- Oxygenates the skin, preventing oily skin
- Removes capillary occlusions
- Elevates natural cortisone levels, reducing or even eliminating pain after therapy.
Mesotherapy involves using needles, akin to acupuncture, to inject amino acids, minerals, enzymes or vitamins (individually or in combination) into the middle layer of skin.
AREAS OF USE OF MESOTHERAPY
- Aging and sagging skin
- Treatment of spots, sunspots
- Cracked skin
- Weight loss
- Hair loss, hair therapy, balding
- Dark circles or bags under eyes
- Vitiligo (pigment deficiency in skin)
- Pain, redness and motion restriction after acute or chronic soft tissue trauma
- Myofacial pain syndrome
- Adjunct treatment of microcirculatory disorders
- Spasmodic pain, pathological back pain
- Boosting immune system
- Soft tissue injuries in sports
The treated area must be protected from water for 10 to 15 hours after mesotherapy. Use of blood-thinning agents (e.g. aspirin) should be avoided.