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Peripheral Neuropathy, Infected Poor Healing Wounds, Open Legs, Diabetic Ulcers, Venous Leg Ulcers, Pressure Ulcers and Lesions

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Diabetic foot ulcers and peripheral neuropathy are one of the most prominent complications of diabetes mellitus. In a cohort study with 312,744 wounds of all types in 154,664 patients enrolled, showed that most wounds were diabetic foot ulcers, venous leg ulcers, and pressure ulcers.

1.9 million new diabetic Americans each year will develop infected wounds, poor healing chronic wounds, diabetic ulcers, venous leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, lesions and diabetic peripheral neuropathy is unavoidable. In fact the cost for treatments, surgery, amputations and medications was estimated to be over $297 billion in 2015.

There are NO conventional treatments for diabetic neuropathy
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Even though this is an epidemic of incredible proportion there are no conventional treatments that can help prevent or reverse this disease.

OZONE has more 7000 medical studies and papers showcasing in even extreme cases 80% effectiveness for diabetic neuropathy yet the FDA and TGA do not permit this treatment to be applied nor tested.

The reason is that there is no money in using Ozone​




Ozone will not be approved because it can not be patented

Typically it has been ignored in America because it cannot be patented. Therefore, it is not profitable for the pharmaceutical industry to spend the millions of dollars necessary to prove its effectiveness by FDA standards.

It would reap outrage if the truth were known to normal practitioners who are completely helpless in face of many infected wounds, chronic degenerative diseases and infections

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Harmful propaganda keeps patients away from the only solution

The breathing of inappropriate concentrations is harmful to the lungs, but in proper concentrations it purifies the air we breath. Comments are being made publicly by authoritative figures that ozone is poisonous and a hazard to life. This is true for any substance on this earth if it is used in unsafe amounts. (water intoxication can be fatal)

Statements of this nature are unjustified and fraudulent when they are intended to misinform or alarm the public in a way that would indicate that ozone is unsafe under any circumstances.


How Ozone Heals Your Body

OZONE KILLS SELECTIVELY

One of the great advantages of ozone is that it kills all damaged, infected and unhealthy cells and pathogens while supporting your healthy cells.

Ozone (O3) works by eliminating pathogens, increasing circulation and oxygen thereby activating proliferation of cells and kick starting the healing process.

Ozone has a very strong anti-bacterial action even at low doses. Some of the bacterial families that are susceptible to ozone include: The Enterobacteriaceae families including: Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Enterobacter, Shigella, Klebsiella, Serratia, and Proteus. Other ozone-sensitive bacterial species include Streptococci, Staphylococci, Legionella, Pseudomonas, Yersinia, Campylobacteri, and Mycobacteria.

OZONE Treatment After Amputation


Ozone water, oil and bagging were used to avoid infections. Supported by systemic ozone to boost the immune system this amputation healed in under 8 weeks

OZONE ACTIVATES YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM

Macrophages (white blood cells) need 100 times more oxygen while chasing and killing pathogens and diseased cells. This oxygen is provided and carried through the whole body by red blood cells.

Ozone provides these red blood cells with plenty of Oxygen so they can heal all your infected wounds

OZONE is the ideal treatment for....

Infected wounds, poor healing chronic wounds, diabetic ulcers, venous leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, lesions and diabetic peripheral neuropathy!

The two main factors, which influence healing of wounds, include oxygenation and local infections. Oxygen is important for all cell metabolisms, ATP (energy) production and critical for found healing processes. Oxygen prevents wounds from getting infected, induces angiogenesis, differentiation, migration and proliferation of cells, collagen synthesis and promotes wound contraction.

OZONE Treatment for Diabetic Neuropathy


Ozone water, oil and bagging were used to reduce infections. Supported by systemic ozone to boost the immune system this leg healed in 35 days

OZONE GIVES YOU ENERGY AND IMPROVES BLOOD CIRCULATION

Overall oxygenation of wounds is crucial for the healing process. Due to the damage and vascular disruption of cells the wound’s environment is very depleted of oxygen and therefore suffers from hypoxia.

Wounds are notably hypoxic; however in wounds where oxygenation is not restored, healing is significantly impaired. Once skin is injured, microorganisms that are normally isolated to the skin’s surface migrate to the underlying tissues creating a state of infection.

OZONE Treatment Of Infected Wounds


Ozone water, oil and bagging were used to reduce infections. The hand healed in under 5 weeks

OZONE KILLS EVEN ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT BACTERIA

Ozone has a very strong anti-bacterial action even at low doses. Some of the bacterial families that are susceptible to ozone include:

The Enterobacteriaceae families including: Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Enterobacter, Shigella, Klebsiella, Serratia, and Proteus.

Other ozone-sensitive bacterial species include Streptococci, Staphylococci, Legionella, Pseudomonas, Yersinia, Campylobacteri, and Mycobacteria.

OZONE Treatment of Radiation Burns


The primary benefits of local ozone therapy in heat injury treatments are the control of inflammation, the elimination of infection and the reduced healing time. Ozone has a high capability of stimulating tissue restoration and regenerative processes. In addition, ozone improves the microcirculation in a wound surface region, to enhance the supply of a wound surface with oxygen.

Don't take my word for it. Rather look at some of these

Research Studies

  • FOOT ULCERS
  • DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS
  • DUAL ACTION OF OZONE IN SKIN
  • OZONATED OILS IN SKIN DISEASE
  • ANTI INFECTIOUS THERAPY
  • PRE-OPERATIVE OZONE THERAPY
  • MECHAINISM OF OZONE THERAPY
  • BASIC CLINICAL APPLICATION
  • OZONE IN TRAUMATOLOGY
  • TOPICAL APPLICATION OF OZONE
  • OZONE ON EPITHELIA WOUND
  • SCIENTIFIC ASPECT OF OZONE
  • OZONE DRESSING 2nd DEGREE BURNS
  • NON HEALING WOUNDS AND OZONE
  • POST TRAUMATIC WOUND 

Smith, AJ, Oertle, J, Warren, D & Prato, D 2015, ‘Ozone Therapy : A Critical Physiological and Diverse Clinical Evaluation with Regard to Immune Modulation , Anti-Infectious Properties , Anti-Cancer Potential , and Impact on Anti-Oxidant Enzymes’, no. August, pp. 37–48.

Ozone Therapy: A Critical Physiological and Diverse Clinical Evaluation with Regard to Immune Modulation, Anti-Infectious Properties, Anti-Cancer Potential, and Impact on Anti-Oxidant Enzymes

Aaron J. Smith, John Oertle, Dan Warren, Dino Prato

Ozone therapy has been marred by conventional science for years due to many flawed experimental designs or small sample sizes of the population in which it intends to study. For this reason, many physicians have dismissed ozone therapy and limited funds have been delegated to furthering the knowledge of its therapeutic effects. However, there is evidence that suggests that ozone does have various therapeutic effects that range from disinfection of pathogens, anticancer properties, and treatment of back ailments. In this paper, we have collected the more promising studies that suggest the efficacy and safety of ozone therapy primarily focusing on autohemotherapy. This paper is designed to promote awareness of ozone therapy and to show some supporting evidence of its efficacy. Clinically,  ozone therapy is often used adjunctively and combined with other treatment modalities to enhance or encourage a desired mechanism of action. Since the efficacy of ozone alone is still contentious, it is important to note that ozone therapy should be used in con- junction with other various treatments with very few exceptions.

OFFICIAL CASE STUDIES

All of these diseases had progressed for years under medical supervision without the slightest improvement. No treatment responded and both patients were is constant pain. Yet with OZONE treatments both patients could be relieved of their infliction in a very short time.

“Case 1:  Necrotizing soft tissue infection: Female, 59 yrs, IDDM (insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus).

Male, 65 yrs, IDDM. Condition started with trauma and infection to the right big toe followed by amputation of the big toe. The condition worsened with severe infection and gangrene in the right foot, and amputation below the right knee was recommended. He was referred to the Ozone Therapy Unit with the aim of saving his limb. Vascular assessment showed good arterial supply to the foot and the problem was mainly infection and neuropathy with a diagnosis of diabetic gangrene of the right foot; Wagner 4. Protocol of therapy started with daily bagging (80 µgm/ml gradually decreased to 60 µg/ml) with daily RI (5–35 µgm/ml, 100–300 ml). Frequency of sessions and ozone concentrations decreased gradually with every improvement of the foot. After 6 months, the wound had healed to over 90% and we recommended the patient merely continue on ozonated olive oil until healing is complete.”

Diabetic Foot Ulcers Venous Leg Ulcers, Pressure Ulcers, Diabetic Gangrene

“Case 3: Diabetic foot gangrene, Wagner classification

After receiving an injury to her right hand 1month previously, the patient was now suffering from progressive NSTI (necrotizing soft tissue infection). Lesions affected hand, forearm and arm. Multiple drainage surgeries had produced aggravation, so that her general condition was deteriorating, and right upper limb disarticulation had been recommended. She received ozone therapy in the form of bagging and rectal insufflation, after the fourth session the wound was ready for debridement of all possible necrotic tissue, debridement was easy and painless. Following debridement, the wound rapidly showed signs of healing at the periphery, and the wound bed started to look red and clean. Notably, diabetes started to be controllable, with a good response to medical treatment. After 18 sessions (25 days) the wound was ready for grafting, a graft operation was performed, excellent graft uptake was noted, and healing in this patient was complete. “

Diabetic Foot Ulcers Venous Leg Ulcers, Pressure Ulcers, Diabetic Gangrene

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