Oxygen-based Therapies


Having healthy cells is a question of having the right training stimulus. In this instance, “training” refers to the inhalation of different oxygen concentrations in a relaxed sitting or reclining position. The unique combination of hypoxic (less oxygen) and hyperoxic (more oxygen) stimuli optimally promotes the regeneration potential of cells. The therapeutic use of hypoxia has been a routine part of the field of sports medicine for decades.

Individually adjusted to every patient, the precise controlled stimulus of oxygen deficiency and oxygen supply ensures the shedding of damaged mitochondria and forces cells to form new and undamaged mitochondria – without any harmful side effects.

The energy efficiency of cells increases and the Q10 levels increase at the same time. In addition, lactate decomposition is also accelerated.

Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen deficiency entails a lack of energy and, thus, a reduction of organ function, as well as a weakening of the body’s defences. The main effect of oxygen therapy is a marked improvement in blood flow, which improves the supply of oxygen and vital substances to the cells – and, thus, to all organs of the body. The regenerative capacity of each cell and organ is bolstered and improved. When oxygen therapy is administered, oxygen is supplied via inhalation or via enrichment of the blood.

Inhalation therapy is a modified, multi-step oxygen therapy, according to Prof. von Ardenne, using ionized, 90% (and higher) pure medical oxygen. Ionization dramatically increases the effect and reduces inhalation time.

Before inhalation, the patient receives a dose of vitamins and minerals in order to optimize oxygen intake in the body. Then, they breathe ionized active oxygen via a face mask for 20 minutes.

Therapy is recommended for

  • Circulation disorders of all kinds, for example, of the brain, heart or extremities
  • Fatigue
  • Diminished performance/productivity
  • Headaches
  • Diseases of the musculoskeletal system
  • Depressive episodes
  • Concomitant cancer therapy
  • Immunodeficiencies of any kind
  • Metabolic diseases
  • as Preventive measures – to maintain health.


In the case of ozone-oxygen therapy, oxygen is administered via the blood.

In this case, a small amount (80-120 ml) of a person’s own blood is combined with an ozone-oxygen mixture, thereby enriching the blood with oxygen. This is done in a closed, sterile system, and it results in significant improvement in the oxygen supply to the entire body. Significant treatment success is shown after as few as two to three applications.