(Only available at McAllen)
Ozone gas was discovered in the mid-nineteenth century and its usage to disinfect and treat disease has been utilized and heavily studied for more than a century. Its effects are proven, consistent, safe and with minimal and preventable side effects.
Ozone is a molecule consisting of three atoms of oxygen. It has been used to disinfect drinking water before the turn of the last century. In 1896, Nikola Tesla patented the first ozone generator in the United States. During the First World War, doctors familiar with the antibacterial properties of ozone along with other medical resources available to them applied it topically to infected wounds and discovered ozone not only remedied infection, but also helped with blood flow and decreased inflammation.
How Ozone Therapy Works
Ozone is composed of three oxygen atoms, making it a supercharged oxygen gas that helps to saturate the cells, tissues and organs with oxygen. Ozone therapy works by enhancing the body’s utilization of oxygen which enables the body to better fight infections, slow cellular aging, and enhance natural detoxification processes.
Ozone therapy has been utilized and heavily studied for more than 100 years. In particular, it is supportive for anyone wanting to boost the immune system, detoxify, reduce bacterial and fungal load, clear the skin or reduce the effects of aging.
IV Ozone Therapy Treatment
The traditional use of ozone is common in the field of medicine. However, introduction of intravenous (IV) ozone therapy has helped to achieve the benefits of ozone therapy to its full extent and has been shown to have numerous health benefits.
Nova Vita Wellness Centers IV Ozone Therapy involves enriching saline solution with the addition of ozone. The ozone is produced in an ozone generator from medical-grade oxygen gas, which attaches to the saline. The result is a highly oxygenated environment unsustainable for viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi.
Ozone IV Therapy
(Only Available at McAllen)
$179 per session
READ MORE ABOUT OZONE
Journal of Natural Science, Biology & Medicine
Ozone therapy: A clinical review
Journal of Interventional Medicine
Application of ozone therapy in interventional medicine