Ozone Therapy Types

The major types of Ozone Therapy we perform.

Usage and Benefits

Systemic Routes

  • Major AutoHemoTherapy (MAH)

  • Minor AutoHemoTherapy (MiAH)

  • Rectal and vaginal Insufflations

  • improves blood circulation and oxygen delivery to ischemic tissue, for example in angiopathia diabetica, retinopathia, circulatory disorders
  • fight against chronic inflammatory diseases and relief pain
  • fight with acute and chronic infections: chronic hepatitis B and C, Lyme disease
  • induces a activation of the immune system
  • selectively inhibits growth of human cancer cells
  • inhibits tumor metabolism and oxidizes the cell membrane of cancer cells so that they break open and die
  • stimulates the production of citrulline, nitrite and nitrate by white blood cells which also produce peroxides facilitating / helping to tumors destruction
  • improves glycemic control and complications of diabetes
  • improves neurodegenerative disorders
  • activates stem cells and tissue repair
  • helps in chronic pulmonary diseases: asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • adjuvant treatment in allergies, acne, furunculosis.
  • detoxification effect

Administration of ozone is contraindicated for patients with:

  1. Glucose-6-phosphate. dehydrogenase deficiency (favism, acute hemolytic anemia)
  2. Toxic Hyperthyroidism – Basedow Graves status

Local Routes

  • Bags

  • Subcutaneous

  • Paravertebral

  • Auricular

  • Ozonized water and topical application of oil and ozonised creams

  • ozone bagging is primarily recommended for treating leg ulcers, gangrene, fungal infections, burns and slow-healing wounds
  • subcutaneous injections with ozone/oxygen triggers and biologically active points for migraine and back pain
  • excellent disinfectant activity when topically used , also for MRSA skin infection
  • ozonated water is used to treat a wide variety of gastro-intestinal and gynecological problems, including esophagitis , gastritis, infections with Helicobacter pylori, duodenal ulcers, ulcerative colitis, diarrhea and vulvovaginitis.
  • in stomatological practice ozonated water is administered in a form of gargarism (mouthwash) as a disinfection of oral cavity in paradontosis, stomatitis, mouth ulcers,
  • in otolaryngology ozonated water is used for nasal irrigation
  • ear insufflation of ozone to manage sinusitis and temporomandibular joint dysfunction.
  • topical application of oil and ozonized creams for fungal and bacterial infections, burns, skin lesions.


Transdermal application of ozone combined with hyperthermia serves for:

  • detoxification

  • aesthetic medicine – cellulite

  • stress relaxation and muscle tension

  • improve blood circulation

  • total body infective diseases

  • psoriasis


Our approach

1. Preliminary Consultation

A preliminary consultation will establish your compatibility with the therapy.

2. Blood Tests

Targeted blood test analysis is required.

3. O3 Therapy

Therapy protocol is proposed accordingly.