Ozone Therapy in Grand Rapids, MI
Breton Village Pediatrics & Family Medicine has expert doctors that provide ozone therapy to stimulate your body’s immune system and increase your oxygen intake. For more information dial (616) 202-3045 or visit us online to book an appointment.
Are you looking for a doctor in the Grand Rapids, MI area experienced with ozone therapy? Come to Breton Village Pediatrics & Family Medicine for this treatment. Our providers have years of experience in providing this treatment to help with a variety of medical conditions. Make an appointment today!
What is ozone?
Ozone is made up of oxygen, the element you breathe every day and what life needs to survive. Most of the time, oxygen pairs off into two atoms and that is what we breathe every day. Ozone is formed when three atoms of oxygen lock together, supercharging it. It gives this form of oxygen remarkable medical abilities. Ozone therapy was developed in the 1950s in Europe and is still very common there today. It has only started to become available in the United States in the last 25 years.
Isn’t ozone a toxic gas?
In unregulated, unsupervised amounts, ozone can be dangerous. However, so are most other therapies and medications. Our providers have years of experiencing harnessing the beneficial effects of ozone without bringing on the more harmful effects of it. We follow strict medical guidelines allowing us to offer this therapy with an incredible, established safety record.
How is ozone used during therapy sessions at Breton Village Pediatrics & Family Medicine?
Ozone therapy, much like any other medical procedures, should only be done by trained professionals. Our providers know the in and outs of ozone therapy and can provide you with top-notch service.
The most common application of ozone therapy is through autotherapy. It is the most effective way ozone is used to treat patients. First, the patient sits in a chair while up to twelve ounces of blood is removed and stored in a sterilized bottle. Then, ozone is injected into the bottle, allowing red and white blood cells to take the ozone in. This blood is then returned to the body. Overall, the procedure shouldn’t take more than 40 minutes to complete.
How do I know if ozone therapy is right for me?
You will meet one on one with our doctors to see if this treatment is right for you. Some conditions respond more favorably to ozone therapy than others. Often, ozone therapy is used for its therapeutic properties and is used in conjunction with other treatments in a therapeutic plan for a disease.
Ozone therapy isn’t a sure cure for any condition or disease, and it is rarely used on its own. Instead, it is only truly effective when used in conjunction with other treatments. We use Ozone Therapy as part of an individualized treatment plan made up of many different kinds of therapy for a patient.
Would you like to know more about Ozone Therapy or make an appointment? Call our friendly staff today at (616) 202-3045. Our clinic is located at 2460 Burton St SE #300, Grand Rapids, MI 49546. Free to call or visit our facility if you have any questions about Ozone Therapy or if you’d like to know more about his treatment.
We look forward to meeting you!