Take Note of this Unique Opportunity!:
world’s only Veterinary Ozone Therapy Certification
Course in will be held in Reno Nevada September 17 and 18th, 2015. This is an intensive
course designed to teach veterinarians the fundamental
information they need to begin to offer effective ozone
therapy to their clients. "Animal Specific" Ozone
Therapy Healing Protocols will be taught by the leading expert on Ozone Therapy in Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Margo Roman. It is no exaggeration to say that if you know a veterinarian using ozone in their clinic, they have likely been trained by Dr. Roman.
Veterinarians will enjoy a comprehensive training that will be attended by all practitioners (DVM's, MD's, DO's, DC's, ND's, etc) presented
by Frank Shallenberger, MD on the bio-chemical, immunological and physiological
aspects of ozone therapy. Dr. Shallenberger MD is the president of the American
Academy of Ozonotherapy. He is considered the "God Father" of ozone therapy in North
America, and is the author of the new clinical textbook on ozone therapy, The
Principles and Applications of Ozone Therapy – A Practical guideline
For Physicians. The course fee includes a copy of Dr. Shallenberger’s
book and a course syllabus.
Each day, Thursday September 17 and Friday September 18 you will complete be the Ozone Therapy Certification Course with Dr. Shallenberger and will then proceed on to the Veterinary Ozone Therapy Practical Training
Course presented by Margo Roman, DVM, CVA. A one hour break will be provided between these two classes.
Dr. Roman will
share her cases, experiences, and techniques and will focus on the basic tools
you need to immediately start incorporating ozone therapy into your veterinarian
practice. Be prepared to be amazed. The course will include subcutaneous ozonated saline therapy, local
ozone injection therapy (Prolozone), rectal ozone insufflation, ozone wound
management (disinfection and healing), and Lyme disease ozone therapy (astounding
results). There will be plenty of time to ask questions. Dr. Roman will provide
a course syllabus.
Dr. Roman has been practicing Integrative Veterinary Care for over 30 years,
and has been using ozone therapy as a mainstay in her clinic for ten years.
She has lectured on Ozone at NAVC, Nippon Veterinary School in Japan, Chulakorndorn
Veterinary School in Bangkok Thailand, Atlantic Veterinary School Prince Edward
Island, and in several Integrative Health Pet Expos. She presented Veterinary Ozone Therapy information to the IV World Congress
of Ozone Oxygen Therapy in Rome Italy (September 26 - 28, 2013).
This Veterinary Ozone Therapy course is approved by the American Academy of
Ozonotherapy (AAO). There will be a certification examination at the end of
this course. Upon passing the examination, each graduate will be eligible for
fellowship certification in the AAO. For information about the AAO visit click
here or visiit www.aaot.us.
The fee for the Ozone Therapy in Veterinarian Medicine course is $700 USD (please note that you also need to attend Dr. Shallenberger's Ozone Therapy Certification Course; to view the registration prices click here).
Two special price combo's are available:
Dr. Shallenberger's and Dr. Roman's Ozone Therapy Certification Combination (Save $200.00)
Shallenberger's Ozone Therapy Certification, Roman's Ozone Therapy Certification, AND Beginning Prolozone Therapy (Save $250.00; this combination would extend your stay in Reno to Sunday September 20, 2015 at 11:30 am).
Space is limited for this course, so if you
would like to be one of the first of your colleagues to be officially certified
in Veterinarian Ozone Therapy please Register
Outline of Course
on Veterinary Ozone Therapy
What is Ozone Therapy
Description of its simple properties.
Some of the general applications
Misconceptions of the therapy
History of Ozone
Look at the early beginnings
Evolution in the USA
Early Veterinary Uses Globally and in US
Biochemistry to the Ozone therapy
Detail relationship to NAD and NO
Medical uses of OZONE
Differences in Concentrations and Volumes Applied
Different delivery systems
` Ease of adapting to your accepted protocols
Methods of delivery
Subcutaneous fluid infusion
Bagging with both fluid and gas
Injections of gas and fluids
Using Proper Dosages in Animals
Combining with other Nutritional, herbal, Homeopathic and Allopathic
Positive uses for different conditions
Some of the pitfalls of the Therapy
In combination with:
Ultraviolet Blood Therapy
Micro Biome restorative Therapy
Case presentations in Small animals .
Cases and Dosages
Overuse of Antibiotics and How Ozone Fits In
Potentiation of other modalities like
Acupuncture Chiropractic, Homeopathy,
Massage , Myo-facial work.
for Pain Pontrol
Give EBM for all the Type Cases
Dental uses of Ozone
Types of Ozone Generators
Safety and Precautions
Use of the Ozonation System