What is Ozone Therapy

Ozone Therapy is a non-invasive medical treatment that involves the use of medical-grade ozone gas. Ozone gas is a form of oxygen. Ozone gas is essentially oxygen consisting of three atoms, lacking color. It plays an essential role in protecting the earth's surface from harmful UV radiation by forming a protective layer in the upper atmosphere. The ozone is used in different ways depending on the treated condition. It can be delivered through injections, IVs, insufflation, or topical application. Ozone Therapy has been used for decades to treat various medical conditions, including chronic pain.

How does Ozone Therapy work for pain management

Ozone Therapy increases the amount of oxygen in the body's tissues, accomplished by ozone breaking down into oxygen molecules and reacting with the tissues it encounters. This increased oxygenation helps to reduce inflammation and improve circulation, leading to a reduction in pain.

What types of pain can Ozone Therapy help with

Ozone Therapy is effective in treating many different types of pain, including

  • Chronic back pain
  • Joint pain
  • Arthritis
  • Migraines and headaches
  • Neuropathic painĀ 
  • Muscle pain
  • Fibromyalgia

Is Ozone Therapy safe

Ozone Therapy has been used for over a century and has a long history of safety when administered by qualified professionals. However, like any medical treatment, there are potential risks and side effects. Before beginning treatment, your Ozone Therapy provider will discuss the risks and benefits with you.

How many treatments are needed

The number of treatments needed will vary depending on the individual and the condition being treated. For example, some patients may only require a single treatment, while others may need several sessions to achieve optimal results.

What are the benefits of Ozone Therapy over other pain management treatments

Ozone Therapy offers several benefits over traditional pain management treatments, including

  • Non-invasive: Ozone Therapy is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment that does not require any incisions or anesthesia.

  • Fewer side effects: Ozone Therapy has fewer side effects than other pain management treatments.

  • Faster recovery: Patients typically experience a quicker recovery time with Ozone Therapy than with surgical procedures or other more invasive treatments.

How can I find a qualified Ozone Therapy provider

Finding a qualified Ozone Therapy provider with the necessary training and experience to administer the treatment safely and effectively is essential. Look for providers who are licensed and certified in Ozone Therapy and have a track record of successful treatment outcomes. Your primary care physician or pain specialist can refer you to a qualified provider.


Ozone Therapy is a safe and effective treatment option for chronic pain management. Its non-invasive nature and minimal side effects offer a promising alternative to traditional pain management treatments. If you're interested in exploring Ozone Therapy as a treatment option, speak to your healthcare provider to find a qualified Ozone Therapy provider near you.