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Ozone Therapy – Most Needed Adjunct to Veterinary Medicine

Margo Roman DVM, CVA, COT, CPT, FAAO
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 7h 50m
Language: English
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Ozone Therapy – Most Needed Adjunct to Veterinary Medicine
Welcome to Dr. Margo Roman’s ozone course.
Did you know that Ozone Therapy is one of the most positive approaches to healing? Ozone brings oxygen into the tissue and displaces CO2 alleviating inflammation, infection, and bruising. Ozone is a very effective treatment in acute and chronic viral diseases, acting as a virucidal agent and in improving the general health of animals.
Ozone Therapy may be administered by body bagging, bagging of the affected limb, inhalation, rectal insufflation, or by direct intravenous or subcutaneous administration of ozonated saline.
Ozone Therapy has been and continues to be used in European clinics and hospitals for over fifty years. It was used in the United States in a limited capacity in the early part of the 20th century but was replaced after the introduction of antibiotics. It is now working its way back into general medicine, surgery, and dentistry as a powerful, natural modality.
Ozone Therapy combined with other therapies; like Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy and Micro Biome Restorative Therapy (MBRT or Fecal Transplants), creates a powerful combination, further benefiting the body’s ability to heal and stay healthy.
Thank you so much for attending Dr. Roman’s course!

You will learn

✓ Understanding of the benefits of ozone in veterinary medicine

Requirements

• Knowledge of veterinary medicine, holistic medicine optional

This course is for

• Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, CVA, COT, CPT, FAAO
Margo Roman, earned her D.V.M from Tuskegee Institute of Alabama in 1978. A licensed D.V.M in Massachusetts and Calfornia, she is the co-author of A Healer In Every Home: Dogs & Cats and pioneer in the alternative veterinary space. Dr. Roman began using Ozone in her pactice in 2003 and lecturing on its protocols and benefits in 2010. 
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 7h 50m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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