Ozone therapy is a medical technique that involves the application of a mixture of ozone and oxygen on your body for therapeutic purposes. This technique can be used to treat various conditions, including those affecting feet.
In the specific case of ozone therapy for feet, it is used to treat various conditions such as: diabetic foot, plantar fasciitis, fungal infections and foot ulcers. Ozone has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce feet inflammation and pain.
Ozone therapy for feet can be performed in different ways, such as through ozone baths, ozone injections or topical application of ozone to the skin. The treatment must be performed by a medical professional trained in the technique of ozone therapy, who will evaluate the patient’s condition and determine the most appropriate treatment.
In addition, ozonated water is a way to use ozone for therapeutic purposes and has been used to treat various skin conditions, including foot infections. In the case of foot washing, ozonated water can be used to clean and disinfect feet, especially in the case of fungal or bacterial infections.
To use ozonated water at home, you can use an ozone generator that helps produce ozonated water. This water can be used to soak feet for a few minutes before washing them with mild soap and water or it can be used to rinse feet after washing, or to finish disinfecting the skin.
It is important to note that water ozonation must be performed correctly to ensure that the water is disinfected and does not contain bacteria or other contaminants. In addition, foot washing with ozonated water should not replace other recommended medical treatments. It is essential to seek medical attention first and follow the recommendations of your doctor who decide which is the most appropriate treatment.
- Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the connective tissue found on the sole of the foot and it can be very painful. Ozone therapy has been used to reduce inflammation and pain in this condition.
- It has also been used to treat diabetic neuropathy, which is a type of nerve damage that can cause pain, tingling, and numbness in feet.
- In the case of diabetic foot ulcers, ozone therapy may be useful to accelerate healing and prevent infections.
- Thanks to its antifungal properties, another common use of ozonated water is to treat fungal infections on toenails.
However, it is important to note that ozone therapy is not a curative therapy and may not be suitable for all patients. In addition, ozone therapy can have side effects in some patients and must be performed by a trained and licensed medical professional. It is important to speak with a doctor to determine if ozone therapy is an appropriate treatment for your particular case and discuss the possible risks and benefits.
The CDP 050 ozonator will allow you to easily enjoy the advantages of being able to perform ozone therapy applications (with the supervision / approval of a doctor) from the comfort of your home.