Peripheral and central circulatory disorders
CO2 treatment has been used effectively for decades to treat peripheral arterial occlusive disease and central circulatory disorders such as coronary heart diseases or cerebral circulatory disorders. The dilation of peripheral blood vessels has also proved beneficial with Morbus Raynaud syndrome.
- With regular CO2 treatments, the acids produced through a diabetic metabolism can be significantly reduced. This therapy can be used to treat diabetic foot syndrome and wound healing disorders that are typical for the disease.
- Further benefits include a strengthened immune system, improved general wellbeing and better sports performance.