Ozone Therapy Practitioner Training
One day programme covering all aspects of ozone therapy practitioner training using the Herrmann Medozon Comfort medical device
The course is designed to give a practitioner (nurse/doctor/therapist) an understanding of ozone therapy with detailed subject matter and practical hands-on demonstrations
Its focus is on helping practitioners work to administer and deliver various ozone therapy treatments covering.
One day program will cover all aspects of ozone therapy practitioner training working on the Herrmann Medozon Comfort medical device. It will give a practitioner (nurse/doctor/therapist) an understanding of ozone therapy with specific subject matter and practical hands-on demonstrations. Its focus is on helping practitioners work to administer and deliver various ozone therapy treatments and covers.
- Types of ozone therapy treatments
- Dosage - measurement of ozone
- Machine set up - what’s required Inc. accessories
- What treatment for what condition
- Colon Hydrotherapy and ozone therapy
- Practical Demonstrations
- Application explained Ten pass procedure Normobaric vs. Hyperbaric - videos
- Applications demonstrated IV, Rectal/vaginal and Ear Insufflation
- "Does Rectal Ozone Kill the Good Bacteria in the Gut?
Course tutors are Shemila Tharani, one of the UK's leading colon hydrotherapy instructors, and Marius Herzog Head of Sales Herrmann Apparatau.
Delivered in English delegates will leave with a detailed manual in English. Both tutors also speak several languages fluently - German, Spanish, Portuguese, French and are happy to assist individuals during the course.
Some background snippets
Ozone was first discovered and named by German scientist Christian Frederick Schonbein in 1840. The first ozone generators were developed by Werner von Siemens in Germany in 1857. The first report of ozone being used to purify blood in test tubes was by the German Dr. C. Lender in 1870. Dr. Kleinmann experimented with ozone for bacterial infections before 1880. Dr. Day was a pioneer of ozone therapy in Australia, writing the paper Ozone Treatment and Sclaratina and Smallpox in 1878. The first American therapeutic use of ozone was by Dr. John H. Kellogg in ozone steam saunas at his Battle Creek, Michigan sanatorium from 1880, as he wrote in his book, “Diphtheria: Its Nature, Causes, Prevention and Treatment”. In October 1893, the world’s first water treatment plant using ozone was installed in Ousbaden, Holland, and today there are over 3000 municipalities around the world that use ozone to clean their water and sewage, including all the great cities.