Pain Therapy, enters the goal of the MQ Osteopatia clinic, to fight a pandemic that reaches an increasingly larger percentage in the population, with its new postural routines, stress, sedentary habits… that unfortunately degenerate into musculoskeletal disorders, Neuropathic Pain, Psychic Pain, Body Pain… Chronic Pain.
Utilizing the best of therapies, Osteopathy, Homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ozone Therapy, Shockwaves, Ultrasound, Clinical Laser, and Supplementation, Always with the aim of Minimizing and fighting Pain.
What is Ozone (Ozone Therapy)?
Ozone gas (O3), used in ozone therapy, is a gaseous element consisting of a molecule with 3 oxygen atoms. Its basic purpose is to protect the earth's surface from the harmful effects of UV radiation.
Ozone for therapeutic purposes is easily absorbed by the human body, because the extra oxygen molecule separates leaving only O2. In this way it allows high processes of oxygenation and oxidation, helping human cells. It also forces diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites to regress. In medical use the combination of Oxygen and Ozone is called Medical Ozone.Ozone properties (Ozone Therapy)
Analgesic – Applying the gas to the pain site will neutralize the painful sensation mediators.
Anti-inflammatory - Ozone has a direct anti-inflammatory effect without the side effect of corticosteroids.
Anti-oxidants and free radicals - Ozone is the only known medium today that has the ability to stimulate all anti-oxidant enzymes in charge of free radical scavenging.
Germicide - eliminates and inactivates all types of pathogenic microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria and viruses.
Immuno-modeler - Ozone boosts the immune system in patients with immunosuppression or autoimmune patients.
Revitalizing - Ozone is capable of promoting the functional recovery of numerous patients affected by degenerative pathologies
.Oxidants and regenerator - Ozone increases the blood's ability to absorb and transport oxygen by improving circulatory and cellular function and promoting tissue regeneration