Ozone Therapy in Bryn Mawr, PA
Ozone therapy is a specialized treatment to increase the amount of oxygen present in the blood. According to some providers, this treatment can have a positive effect on any number of health ailments.
Request more information about ozone therapy today: call (484) 207-5709 or contact Dr. Valerie Sorge online.
What is Ozone Therapy?
Popularized in Europe, ozone therapy is a special treatment to infuse ozone gas in to the body. Ozone is used because it contains heavy amounts of oxygen. Ozone therapy may be reccomended for those suffering from the following conditions:
- Heart disease
- Macular degeneration
- Parkinson's disease
- Lyme disease
- Herniated disc
- Sexually transmitted diseases (STD)
- Chronic pain
How Does Ozone Therapy Work?
Ozone is found naturally within the body, as well as in the environment. While very high amounts of ozone may be harmful to the body, providers of ozone therapy believe the correct amount may:
- Ward off disease
- Improve blood circulation
- Relieve pain
The ozone therapy procedure is typically low pain and takes only a short amount of time. During the procedure:
- Blood is removed from the arm
- This blood is placed is a special container
- The container infuses ozone in to the blood, and is shaken to ensure full infusion
- The blood is re-inserted to the blood stream
Providers of ozone therapy believe that when the blood is returned to the body, it is further oxygenated in a way that promotes the body's natural disease-fighting power. This makes ozone therapy a form of detoxification.
Many providers choose to combine ozone therapy with a number of other treatment modalities, although it can be performed on its own.
Request More Information about Ozone Therapy Today
Ozone therapy may be useful in treating a variety of diseases and health conditions. By oxygenating and detoxing the blood, providers of ozone therapy believe that it can promote health and wellbeing. Request more information about ozone therapy today: call (484) 207-5709 or contact Dr. Valerie Sorge online.
Address234 South Bryn Mawr Ave.
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
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