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DMSO Therapy

Intravenous DMSO Therapy

Dimethyl Sulphoxide is used to treat a number of conditions and diseases like head ache, inflammation, osteoarthritis, etc. It is administered topically on the wounds and burns to accelerate the regeneration of the tissues. It is also used for treating bladder dysfunction, bladder inflammation, glaucoma, etc. There are evidences of the effectiveness of DMSO for treating other skin related diseases like scleroderma. 

Dimethyl Sulphoxide is also used to treat a number of conditions like 

  • Bile duct stones
  • Stomach Ulcers and lesions
  • Diabetes related ulcers
  • Healing of cuts and injuries during accidents
  • Tissue damages 
  • Shingles
  • Pains in specific areas
  • Interstitial cystitis and other bladder related ailments
  • It has strong antioxidant properties
  • DMSO has anti-inflammatory properties
  • It helps in treating various types of arthritis

Intravenous DMSO Therapy

Intravenous DMSO therapy is used for treating amyloidosis, relieving extreme and high blood pressure in the brain, and to better the quality of life for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. DMSO is particularly effective for alleviating pain. It is a natural pain killer that eases the pain and gives a comfortable recovery for patients. It is also used to treat wounds and conditions that arise during accidental spilling of drugs used in chemotherapy.

Intravenous DMSO therapy helps in reduction of pain in patients undergoing chemotherapy. It improves the quality of life for patients undergoing treatment for tumour and cancer. Along with Sodium bicarbonate, DMSO or Dimethyl Sulphoxide is administered intravenously to treat cancer patients. DMSO is also effective in reducing the auto-immune antibodies and hence protects the normal cells during cancer treatment. While there are not many researches in the subject, the few that have been done, show positive results. The strong anti-inflammatory properties of DMSO, makes it an excellent choice for treating arthritis like rheumatoid arthritis. The antioxidant nature of DMSO controls the depletion of lubricating fluids in the joints. Intravenous administration of DMSO has to be carried out under the supervision of trained physicians and medical practitioners. Otherwise, it might lead to possible side effects that can be challenging to treat. At, International Complementary Alternative Medicine Wellcare Clinic, we have the best trained physicians to provide top grade intravenous DMSO therapy for you. 

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