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Ozone Therapy

Ozone molecules are naturally present on every living thing. The way it works is simple yet elegant. When a cell becomes stressed by a physical or chemical shock or bacterial, fungal or viral attack, the energy levels are reduced by the outflow of electrons, making the cell electropositive. Once ozone is introduced, it reacts with these damaged cells, neutralizing the damage. Even better, ozone only targets diseased cells and pathogens, leaving healthy cells alone to continue to thrive.

The benefits include improved circulation, inactivation of viruses and fungus, reducing inflammation, and improving memory. Learn more about the science behind ozone therapy

Carbonic Acid Therapy

Carbonic Acid therapy utilizes the carbonic acid that is already present in the human body and introduces CO2 into the chamber to form a new compound – H2CO3. This new compound can penetrate the patient’s skin and bloodstream increasing the oxygen absorption rate.  This physiological process is known as the “Bohr effect” and is highly sought after by medical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic scientists.

Carbonic acid provides multiple benefits to patients and customers, including enhancing oxygen delivery, reducing inflammation, and improves a sense of calm and well-being. The science is proven for this natural therapy. Learn more…

Hyperthermia

Increasing body temperature to promote healing makes complete sense when you think about the fact that the body does the same thing when a person runs a fever. The result is a dilation of the blood vessels that increases oxygen, nutrient and blood flow. In addition, the white blood cell volume increases. The end result is increased energy, improved detoxification and increased mitochondrial function – a key to staying healthy and degenerative disease at bay. There is so much more, so check out the science information below…

Far Infrared Therapy

Far Infrared Therapy

Far Infrared Therapy is a low energy therapy, radiating light in the far infrared wavelength spectrum (4-1000 microns). Approximately 50% of the energy generated by the human body is in the form of Far Infrared Rays (FIR). When the body absorbs FIR it is like receiving the ultimate healing energy boost. FIR decreases joint stiffness, relieves muscle aches, and increases blood flow to improve the healing process. There is so much to learn about FIR, so read on…

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is used in a wide range of settings from health spas to hospitals to treat a variety of conditions. It is used to relieve pain, improve mood, and promote a sense of relaxation. In fact, several essential oils — including lavender, rose, orange, bergamot, lemon, sandalwood, and others — have been shown to relieve anxiety, stress, and depression. Several clinical studies suggest that when essential oils (particularly rose, lavender, and frankincense) were used by qualified midwives, pregnant women felt less anxiety and fear, had a stronger sense of well-being, and had less need for pain medications during delivery. Search the links below to learn more…

Aromatherapy

Electrotherapy

Electrotherapy is an umbrella term for a variety of technologies that use electrical energy as treatment modalities. There are many kinds of electrotherapy technologies, from muscle stimulating devices to machines that generate fine frequencies. Some such devices convert radio frequencies into electrical impulses to resonate with specific pathogens, fungi, viral agents and bacteria. By permeating the cell membrane and opening it up to the body’s ability to heal, electrotherapy facilitates healing while also improving the body’s overall immune response. Electrotherapy has many benefits and is backed by science. Read on to learn more…

Exercising with Oxygen

Exercising while breathing higher concentrations of oxygen provides an immediate boost to endurance and energy, which results in better workouts. This helps to burn more calories and increase blood oxygen levels. Oxygen increases brain function and improves alertness. Learn more about Exercising with Oxygen and the science behind it…