Ozone therapy in Scottsdale is one of our most popular treatments because it affects the wholebody without being invasive. Adding ozone therapy to any health regimen will benefit the patient in a myriad of ways! From less fatigue to the elimination of some allergies, ozone therapy in Scottsdale benefits any condition.
What is Ozone Therapy?
We learned in elementary school that out of all the things we put into our bodies, oxygen is the most important. Without it, the body shuts down rather quickly (something we all probably learned even before school when rough-housing with siblings…). Unfortunately, oxygen-intake gradually declines as we age. It, quite literally, becomes harder to breathe as our cells decay. Decreased oxygen utilization leads to excessive free radical production that causes degenerative diseases and reduces the Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD/NADH) ratio (say that ten times!). This ratio represents a metabolic regulator of transcription, longevity, and disease. Basically, if the NAD/NADH ratio declines, so does cellular activity. Ozone therapy introduces ozone to the body by mixing it with other liquids and injecting it into the body orally, rectally, through and IV or ear canal.
Where did Ozone Therapy come from?
In the mid nineteenth century, ozone was first introduced to body care. It was used first as an equipment and room disinfectant and later a water cleanser and purifier. Later, it was even used to treat tuberculosis and disinfect wounds during WWI! While it is a toxic gas when the body is exposed in excess, the ACBM biomedical professionals know the safe amounts and frequencies for highly beneficial therapy!
Who benefits from Ozone Therapy?
We recommend Ozone Therapy in Scottsdale for anybody! Due to the way our program is set up to customize all treatment plans for the patient, ozone therapy, or simply increased oxygen to the body, helps rejuvenate and activate the cells. We often add ozone therapy to other treatment plans to enhance their results!
More specifically, Ozone Therapy works to aid those suffering from…
acute and chronic sinusitis