Medical professionals have identified ozone therapy as a viable treatment for diseases, pain, and degenerative joint conditions. Barbara Mack, MD, Brandi Faudree, PA-C, and the rest of the team at True Potential MD are on the cutting-edge of this potent treatment for pain relief and better health. If you live in the Greater Tacoma, Washington, area and want to learn about the benefits of ozone therapy, you can request an appointment online. Alternatively, you can call to book your appointment at the office, located in University Place, Washington, today.
Ozone therapy is the process of using ozone — a colorless gas that’s made up of three oxygen atoms — to improve your body’s oxygen intake, activate your immune system, and disinfect and treat various conditions by limiting the adverse effects of bacteria, viruses, yeast, and fungi on your body's systems.
Because of its disinfectant and anti-inflammatory properties, ozone helps to treat wounds and increase blood flow. It’s also often used to treat conditions that are otherwise difficult to cure, including:
When integrated as part of a comprehensive treatment plan, ozone therapy can help other therapies produce better results and help you feel your best.
Ozone therapy may be beneficial in several ways, including:
Ozone therapy can offer a myriad of benefits that help alleviate your symptoms and improve your quality of life.
You may receive ozone therapy in a few different ways: directly to a wound, intravenously, or intramuscularly. For wounds, your doctor applies the ozone gas directly to the affected tissue on your body to promote healing. They use a protective covering over the area to apply the ozone gas exactly where it’s needed.
For internal conditions like viruses or immune diseases, your doctor may take some of your blood to dissolve the ozone gas into and then inject it back into your body intravenously.
You can also receive the ozone gas through an injection. Your physician first mixes the ozone with your blood or with a sterile solution before injecting it into the affected muscle.
Learn more about this innovative therapy and see if it’s right for you. Call the office in University Place, Washington, or request a consultation using the online booking tool.