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Ozone Therapy

Breton Village Pediatrics and Family Medicine

Pediatrics & Family Medicine located in Grand Rapids, MI

You already know that oxygen is critical for your body. But did you know that Peter Macfield, MD, has a way to harness its power to treat a range of diseases? At his office in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Dr. Macfield offers patients access to ozone therapy, an innovative treatment with far-reaching health benefits. To learn more, call Breton Village Pediatrics & Family Medicine or schedule your appointment online.

Ozone Therapy

What is ozone therapy?

Ozone therapy is a relatively new treatment that’s showing promise for a number of different health conditions. This treatment uses ozone, a gas made from three oxygen atoms. It’s the same ozone that’s present in our atmosphere, protecting us from the harmful UV rays the sun gives off. 

When used in ozone therapy, these ozone molecules kick-start the immune system and help your body use oxygen more efficiently. Ozone therapy can also minimize the detrimental impacts of viruses, bacteria, and more. 

What can ozone therapy treat?

Medical practitioners started using ozone over 150 years ago, primarily as a disinfectant. During World War I, doctors applying it to wounds found that it not only disinfected the wound site, but it also improved blood flow and worked as an anti-inflammatory. 

Today, doctors are using it to treat a range of conditions, including infected wounds, macular degeneration, arthritis, SARS, AIDS, and cancer. 

It’s an effective treatment because it delivers a number of health benefits, including:

  • Immune system stimulation
  • Anti-inflammation
  • Blood purification
  • Improved circulation
  • Reduction of pain
  • Inactivation of bacteria, fungi, viruses, yeast, and parasites
  • Hormone production regulation

How is ozone therapy administered?

Although ozone is a gas, medical advancements have converted into a number of different treatment types. Some of the treatments available today include topical ozone therapy treatments, injections, and ozonated water, which you simply drink. 

If you’re interested in ozone therapy, Dr. Macfield chooses the right ozone therapy treatment to best address your health concern. He lets you know what to expect before, during, and after treatment so you can be prepared and relaxed going into your ozone therapy appointment. 

Is ozone therapy safe?

As a naturally occurring gas, ozone is harmful and can have toxic effects. It’s important that you find a trained, reputable ozone therapy provider like Dr. Macfield if you choose this treatment. Ozone therapy professionals ensure your body reaps the benefits of the treatment without any harmful exposure. 

Dr. Macfield is experienced in safely administering ozone therapy to treat a wide range of conditions. 

To learn more about ozone therapy, call Breton Village Pediatrics & Family Medicine or book your appointment online today.