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Medical Ozone Generator

Ozone therapy has been utilized and heavily studied for more than a century. Its effects are proven, consistent, safe and with minimal and preventable side effects. Medical O is used to disinfect and treat disease. Mechanism of actions is by inactivation of bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast and protozoa, stimulation of oxygen metabolism, activation of the immune system.

Ozone is created for medical purposes with an ozone generator the ozone gas can then be drawn into a syringe to be used for injection into any part of the body that has chronic inflammation.

Ozone injections can be used for chronic neck or low back pain, shoulder tendonitis/bursitis, tennis elbow, knee pain from patello-femoral pain or arthritis, jaw pain from TMJ, chronic trigger points in any muscle of the body and even in the hands or feet that have soft tissue pain syndromes. Virtually all musculo-skeletal aches or pains that have persisted for over two months will respond to ozone injections.

The OZ-AIR® Medical Ozone generators incorporates advanced Ozone Generation technology along with a state-of-the-art IGBT power supply unit, PLC control, process related control equipment. The design is a result of years of R & D and feedback from hundreds of operators. Ozone Generation technology, featuring several function indicators, flow meters, variable ozone output form 5-100% and other additional protections and interlocks to ensures perfect operation and protection of the ozone generator for years of trouble free operation. The advanced system ensures flexible operation & control accurate Ozone generation.



A medical ozone generator is a device designed to produce ozone gas for therapeutic purposes in medicine. It creates ozone by passing medical-grade oxygen through an electrical discharge field or ultraviolet light.

Ozone therapy can be administered in various ways, including injection into specific body areas, infusion into blood (ozonated autohemotherapy), or topical application.

Ozone therapy is believed to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial, and circulation-enhancing effects. It may also stimulate oxygen delivery to tissues and modulate the immune system.

Ozone therapy has been used in the management of chronic pain, musculoskeletal disorders (such as arthritis), infections, circulatory disorders, and wound healing. However, its efficacy for specific conditions is still under investigation.

When administered by trained healthcare professionals using proper protocols and medical-grade ozone, ozone therapy is generally considered safe. However, there are risks associated with its use, including potential toxicity if administered improperly and adverse reactions in some individuals.

Side effects of ozone therapy may include local irritation at the injection site, coughing or throat irritation with inhalation, and rare systemic reactions. These risks can be minimized with proper administration and monitoring.

Ozone therapy should only be performed by qualified healthcare professionals trained in its use and knowledgeable about safety protocols and indications..

It's essential to research and seek out practitioners who have specific training and experience in ozone therapy. You can ask for recommendations from your primary healthcare provider or look for practitioners affiliated with reputable medical associations.

Coverage for ozone therapy varies depending on factors such as the specific treatment, healthcare provider, and insurance plan. It's advisable to check with your insurance provider to determine coverage eligibility.

You can find more information about ozone therapy from reputable medical sources, scientific journals, and healthcare organizations specializing in complementary and alternative medicine. Additionally, consulting with a healthcare professional knowledgeable about ozone therapy can provide personalized guidance and recommendations.

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