Ozone is filtered through a specialized oil and then inhaled through the nostrils through a nasal cannula. The Ozone helps the white blood cells to produce antibodies to address infections or allergies of the nasal passage ways. Sinus insufflation also helps to decrease inflammation and pressure in the sinus cavity that is a culprit with acute or chronic sinusitis, acute upper respiratory infections, asthma, bronchitis, etc.

During Ear Insufflation, ozone gas mix is slowly introduced into the ears via a modified stethoscope. The ear canal produces a waxy / oily substance which allows the lipophilic ozone to penetrate and saturate the outer and middle ear, as well as passive diffusion to brain circulation. Ear insufflations are used to help with brain fog, ear infections, tinnitus and vertigo.

Rectal Insufflation refers to introducing ozone into the body through the rectum. Ozone is easily absorbed through the walls of the colon. It also is absorbed through the colon into the bloodstream. This method can be used for multiple disease processes from colon related conditions to chronic autoimmune conditions. This is an ideal method for the patient that has a needle aversion, to help augment the IV treatments and for those where IV is too costly. During rectal insufflations, a mix of ozone/oxygen is introduced through a catheter into the colon. It is an oxygen gas enema. The ozone helps remove inflammation and kills pathogens like bacteria, viruses, parasites and yeast. It can help restore healthy gut flora.

During ozone Limb Bagging, Funneling or Cupping, the ozone stream is focused onto a smaller area of the skin and allows for a concentrated ozone treatment of that area. Ozone helps trigger the white blood cells to produce antibodies to fight infection as well as decontaminate and disinfect the area directly. Limb-bagging introduces topical ozone gas directly to an affected area of the skin. A limb, such as an arm or leg, is covered with a plastic bag which is filled with ozone gas through a small opening in the bag. This application is helpful in the treatment of many types skin related conditions such as infections, burns, diabetic ulcers, onychomycosis (fungal nail infection), athlete’s foot, etc. It is usually coupled with Ozonated Oil topically as well.
Depending on the severity of the wound, treatments are usually done 3 times per week to promote healing. The treatments can be done once a week, but more treatments promote increased healing time.

In Bladder insufflation, a catheter is introduced into the bladder. It drains the bladder. A homeopathic anti-inflammatory solution is injected then the catheter is removed. After 20 minutes, the catheter is reinserted and ozone is injected. Bladder Insufflation can be used to treat Interstitial Cystitis, chronic bladder infections, chronic Prostatitis, post-surgical or post chemo bladder problems, chronic urethral infections, fungal (yeast) infections affecting the urethra and bladder.

We perform vaginal insufflations by infusing ozone gas into the vagina with the use of a catheter. The ozone gas will usually find its way into the uterus, out the fallopian tube, and into the abdominal cavity. This treatment is used for female related issues such as PMS, endometriosis, candidia, fibroids, etc. It can also address issues such as abdominal concerns or chronic fatigue due to ozone’s ability to diffuse into the abdomen and blood stream.