Bags For Joints And Ulcers

This technique has been in use for many years, and is especially useful with impaired circulation in diabetic legs, removing the threat of amputation. Useful also in joints and calcaneal spur pain. Bagging a limb requires a bag in order to confine the ozone to the area being treated.

The limb is moistened first, in order to aid the penetration of ozone through the skin, then enclosed in the bag and the ozone is introduced by the tube from the generator into the bag.

The top of the bag is securely closed with either a cloth strip or an elastic strap.