Oxidative Therapy

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Oxidative Therapy involves treating the body with extra oxygen. There are several treatment methods including mixing the blood with ozone gas (O3 instead of the O2 we breathe), injection of ozone under the skin to treat scarring, injection into joints for pain, and forcing additional oxygen gas (O2) into the lungs under pressure (hyperbaric oxygen). This addition of extra oxygen has many benefits for both prevention and treatment of disease.

How to Use Ozone to Treat Almost Any Illness in Your Own Home

Learn about ozone and how you can do treatments yourself. This article covers instructions on various applications and therapies for those who wish to treat at home.

Introduction to Oxidative Therapy

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Knee, Back, and Shoulder Pain Cured With Prolozone

Dr. Robert Rowen reports on his trip to India and treatment of patients with an injection of medical ozone resulting in fast and often permanent pain relief of long-standing, difficult-to-treat cases.

Prolozone for Pain Relief

Dr. Robert Rowen, editor of "Second Opinion," reports on his use of Prolozone in prolotherapy resulting in fast and often permanent pain relief of long-standing, difficult-to-treat cases.