Local application of ozone

Local application treatment refers to the use of ozone in the form of bags, subcutaneous injections, paravertebral injections, auricular injections, or ozonated water, oil, or lotions.

To find out the right therapy and compatibility you have to book an initial appointment.

The effects of local ozone therapy on your body:

  • It has a strong disinfectant effect, and can also be used to treat MRSA skin infections.
  • For migraine and back pain, subcutaneous injections with ozone/oxygen triggers and physiologically active points are being used.
  • Esophagitis, gastritis, Helicobacter pylori infections, duodenal ulcers, ulcerative colitis, diarrhea, and vulvovaginitis are among the gastro-intestinal and gynecological disorders that ozonated water is used to treat.
  • In stomatological practice, ozonated water is used as a gargarism (mouthwash) to disinfect the oral cavity in paradontosis, stomatitis, mouth ulcers, and other conditions.
  • In otolaryngology, nasal irrigation with ozonated water is also used.
  • Leg ulcers, gangrene, fungal infections, burns, and slow-healing wounds are the most common conditions for which ozone bagging is used.
  • Sinusitis and temporomandibular joint dysfunction are treated by ozone ear insufflation.
  • For fungal and bacterial infections, burns, and skin lesions, oil and ozonized lotions are used topically.

“Most patients report a feeling of euphoria and a sense of wellness after ozonetherapy.” – Prof. Dr. Velio Bocci, MD