Autohemotherapy – Ozone Therapy


Ozone is an inorganic molecule with three oxygen atoms (O3) discovered in 1865. Its name comes from the Greek word ὄζειν, meaning “stink”, which describes its distinctive odour.

Ozone treatment is the use of ozone for therapeutic purposes.

At Ortho-bio-med, it is frequently used during Autohemotherapy.


What is Autohemotherapy?

Autohemotherapy involves injecting intravenously blood taken and then ozonized into the patient.


How is ozone generated in the blood?

Venous blood is oxygenated. The elasticity of red blood cell walls increases and also increases its ability to bind oxygen and distribute it to the tissues. Red blood cells are more elastic and richer in oxygen; they flow more easily into smaller capillaries, bringing oxygen to deficient or not oxygenated territories.

This results in a powerful stimulus to the formation of new blood vessels, which is essential for the supply of useful substances for that tissue.

You will have improved microcirculation and oxygenation.


When is it prescribed?

Given the principle behind the action of ozone, it is prescribed in numerous cases:


– Circulatory disorders:

  • Arterial ulcers, wounds difficult to heal;
  • Arteriosclerotic coronary artery disease, claudication


– Immune system:

  • Canker sores, boils, hepatitis, recurrent infections
  • Allergy, rhinitis, bronchial asthma
  • Autoimmune disorders


– Degenerative diseases:

  • Integrated Oncology (link)
  • Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis
  • Parkinson


Are there any contraindications?

The treatment is absolutely safe, as it only uses disposable materials, and presents no clinical contraindications.


How many sessions are needed?

At the Ortho-Bio-Med, ozone therapy is always associated with other therapies, all tailored to the clinic history and the patient’s needs.

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