An influx of oxygen in your body can help relieve inflammation and stop infections from spreading. During medical ozone therapy at Santa Fe Soul Center for Regenerative Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico, integrative medicine specialist Robyn Benson, DOM, and her team introduce ozone, an oxygen gas, into your body to treat certain conditions affecting your health and wellbeing. To explore your options for medical ozone therapy, book an appointment by phone or online at Santa Fe Soul Center for Regenerative Medicine today.
Ozone therapy is a type of treatment using ozone gas to promote healing and tissue repair. Ozone gas consists of three oxygen atoms. When it enters your body, it stimulates your immune system, helps kill infections, and acts as a disinfectant. For these reasons, the team at Santa Fe Soul Center for Regenerative Medicine recommend different forms of ozone therapy as a treatment for many common conditions and injuries.
Medical ozone therapy treats a wide range of injuries as well as conditions resulting from bacteria, viruses, yeast, and fungi. The high concentration of oxygen that your body gets during ozone therapy helps kill existing infections and stops them from spreading. It also promotes blood flow and reduces inflammation. The team at Santa Fe Soul Center might recommend some form of medical ozone therapy to treat:
Medical ozone therapy can help relieve your pain, limit complications associated with your disease, provide other benefits, like improved memory and concentration.
Santa Fe Soul Center for Regenerative Medicine provides several different ozone therapy treatments, including:
Prolozone therapy is a form of ozone therapy for pain in your joints and connective tissues. The team injects ozone directly into your injured joint or tissue to promote healing and regeneration.
During hyperbaric ozone therapy, you breathe ozone in a pressurized room or tube filled with the gas. The team might recommend this form of ozone therapy to you if you have anemia, a brain abscess, a radiation injury, or other specific illnesses and injuries.
Insufflation ozone therapy involves pumping ozone gas into specific cavities of your body, like your rectum or your ear canal. Ear insufflation, for example, is an effective treatment for ear infections, sinus infections, mold toxicity, and more.
Ultraviolet blood irradiation therapy (UVBI) is not the same as ozone therapy. Instead, it involves using ultraviolet light to alleviate infections throughout your body. The team might recommend UVBI if you have a bacterial infection, a staph infection, or an autoimmune condition.
To find out if medical ozone therapy could benefit you or a loved one, call Santa Fe Soul Center for Regenerative Medicine or schedule a consultation online today.