Ozone therapy may be administered in a variety of ways:
Intramuscular injection: A mixture of oxygen and ozone is injected into the muscles of the buttocks.
Rectal insufflation: A mixture of oxygen and ozone is introduced into the rectum and absorbed through the intestines.
Autohemotherapy: Between 10-15 mL of the patient’s blood is removed, treated with a mixture of oxygen and ozone and re-injected into the patient.
Intra-articular Injection: Ozone-treated water is injected into the patient’s joints to treat arthritis, rheumatism and other joint diseases.
Ozonated water: Ozone is bubbled through water that is used to cleanse wounds, burns, and skin infections, or to treat the mouth after dental surgery.
Ozonated oil: Ozone is bubbled through olive or safflower oil, forming a cream that is used to treat fungal infections, insect bites, acne, and skin problems.
Ozone bagging: Ozone and oxygen are pumped into an airtight bag that surrounds the area to be treated, allowing the body tissues to absorb the mixture
Vaginal Insufflation: Ozone is been introduce through the vaginal for cases like infertility, PID, Fibroid, Candida etc.