Hence the importance of getting a right training. Weekend courses are very convenient and necessary. But in-depth and intense theoretical training, coupled with practice under the direct supervision of experts, is essential for the professional who really wants to become an ozone therapist.
Misconceptions have been disseminated such as that ozone therapy is a practice that does not require detailed knowledge; and that with very general information it can already be used, even for those who are not a health professional; or that it is a miraculous therapy that can be used virtually against any disease.
Ozone therapy has to be used in therapeutic concentrations determined and exclusively by specialized medical professionals and for a certain number of diseases.
Ozone therapy is framed within the techniques of new technologies that complement, facilitate and optimize conventional treatments, which is why it has become one more tool in the physician’s therapeutic arsenal.
Like all means of healing, the medical application of ozone therapy and its therapeutic success depends on a number of factors, such as the application of good clinical practice, the degree of training of the personnel applying it, the use of generators and adequate doses. Applied under correct methods medical ozone acts as a therapeutic medium and shows immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, bactericidal, antiviral, fungicidal, analgesic and other properties.
In general, health systems do not have sufficient information on the beneficial effects of medical ozone therapy. This is despite the fact that ozone therapy has great therapeutic potential, and that in several cases it exceeds the possibilities of the methods that use drugs or complements them; that its use is simple and varied; and that is economically more accessible than other therapeutic methods. Precisely this diplomat course seeks contributing in the training of qualified human resources of the health sector to raise to excellence level its medical practice.