What Is Direct Intra-Venous Ozone Therapy?
By Camille Dillard, DO, Health & Wellness PC
March 19, 2021
Category: Medical

Direct Intra-Venous (DIV) Ozone Therapy is used to relieve a number of symptoms that you may not be able to relieve with normal treatments. At Natural Health Center in Rome, NY, Dr. Camille Dillard is here to answer any questions that you may have about DIV Ozone Therapy and help explain what it can do for you.

What is Direct Intra-Venous Ozone Therapy?

DIV Ozone Therapy is the technique of inserting ozone into the body through the veins in your arms. Ozone is essentially oxygen with an extra oxygen molecule. Because of the extra molecule, you don’t need to fear the idea of inserting air into the veins, because ozone is vastly different.

DIV Ozone Therapy can be used to treat a plethora of symptoms caused by different factors, including:

  • Infectious disease- tick-borne diseases, bacteria, parasite infections, and hepatitis.
  • Cardiovascular disease- a lack of oxygen, also known as ischemia.
  • Joint and muscle pain- such as fibromyalgia.
  • Nervous system issues- ALS, neuropathy.
  • Auto-immune diseases- rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Endocrine disease- thyroid nodules.

It should be noted that treatment does not mean a cure or that there is a guarantee for relief of any symptoms.

During treatment, most people don’t tend to feel anything other than the insertion of the pigtail catheter, but everyone reacts differently. Some may feel a burning in the vein, tightness in the chest, or the urge to cough. However, it is very important to never cough during treatment and instead, your doctor in Rome, NY, will administer oxygen through the nose to help the symptoms pass. After treatment, you should be able to continue life as normal, as much as is tolerated.

Contact Your Doctor Today!

If you’re suffering from any of the factors mentioned earlier and would like to learn more about new ways to manage your symptoms, make sure to call Dr. Camille Dillard at Natural Health Center in Rome, NY, as soon as possible! Call today at (888) 338-WELL.

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