Ozone therapy can reduce the pathological effects of various diseases, such as diabetes, as it reacts with biomolecules and generates substances that regulate different physiological functions.
Iván Gutiérrez Romero, vascular surgeon and director of Flebocenter Clinic, emphasizes that diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when other tissues develop resistance to this hormone.
One of the complications of the disease is vascular damage caused by it, called angiosclerosis. Vascular sclerosis produces lesions of the retina, nervous system and kidneys, although it affects other systems.
In patients with diabetes, ozone lowers blood sugar, improves blood flow and stimulates glucose metabolism in some cells. In this way, the complications of this disease, which may be renal, ocular, neurological and vascular, among other things, greatly diminishes progression, "says the specialist.
And it is that diabetes causes diseases such as chronic renal failure, retinopathy that lowers visual acuity, neuropathy that primarily affects the sensation of hands and feet, and lower limb ulcers with high amputation risk.
Gutierrez Romero says ozone has revitalizing, antioxidant and regenerative properties. It also acts positively on diseases such as herniated disc, common degenerative diseases, arthritis and infections. This therapy presents no risk, it is applied outpatient (without admission) and produces a general sense of well-being and vitality in the patient.
World Diabetes Day is celebrated on November 14th. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are 422 million people with this disease. That is, one in every 11 people in the world suffers from this disease.
To publish multiple benefits and doses, pathways and techniques for the management of ozone therapy, the Flebocenter Clinic will provide a theoretical and practical course called "Ozone Therapy in Integrated Medicine". Participates, Rodolfo León Santana, a specialist in Orthopedic, Traumatology and Ozone Therapy, with eight years of experience in the Cuba Ozone Research Center, unique in the world.
This medical activity will take place on the 16th, 17th and 18th of November in the clinic room mentioned above and will address general practitioners, medical specialists and medical staff with training needs on prescribing and administration of ozone for therapeutic purposes.
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