HOCATT - Hyperthermic Ozone and Carbonic Acid Transdermal Therapy
All in one ozone sauna with 10 different healing modalities.
What is HOCATT?
HOCATT stands for "Hyperthermic Ozone and Carbonic Acid Transdermal Technology." It is a type of therapy that combines various elements such as ozone, steam, carbonic acid, far infrared, and high-frequency electrical stimulation to enhance the body's detoxification process and boost overall health and wellness.
During a HOCATT session, the patient sits inside a specially designed sauna-like chamber while various therapies are administered. The ozone and carbonic acid are introduced through the skin via transdermal therapy, while the far infrared helps to increase body temperature and stimulate circulation. The high-frequency electrical stimulation is also believed to have a positive effect on the nervous system and energy levels.
Who Should do HOCATT?
Those Who Want a full body Detox
Those who want to optimize performance
Those with chronic pain
Those who want a fast recovery
Those who are feeling Constantly fatigued
Those looking to slow time
Those who need relief
Those who are Curious
What are its features?
Transdermal ozone therapy is a non-invasive method that is believed to offer a range of potential benefits for the body. This therapy involves the application of ozone gas to the skin, which is thought to penetrate the skin and enter the bloodstream, where it can exert its therapeutic effects. Some of the potential benefits of transdermal ozone therapy may include increased oxygenation, improved circulation, reduced inflammation, enhanced immune function, and pain relief.
Carbonic acid, which is formed when carbon dioxide dissolves in water, is a natural substance that is believed to offer a range of potential health benefits. Some of the potential benefits of carbonic acid may include improved circulation, enhanced skin health, potential analgesic effects, anti-inflammatory effects, and increased hydration. Carbonic acid is thought to have a vasodilatory effect, meaning that it can help to relax blood vessels and improve circulation, which may be beneficial for people with circulatory disorders or high blood pressure. In addition, carbonic acid is used in various cosmetic and dermatological products for its potential skin-rejuvenating effects, as it is believed to help improve skin hydration and elasticity, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and improve skin texture.
Far Infrared Light and Steam Sauna
Hyperthermia is a therapy that involves heating the body to a higher-than-normal temperature in order to stimulate various therapeutic effects. Some of the potential benefits of hyperthermia may include increased blood flow and oxygenation, enhanced immune function, pain relief, and improved cancer treatment outcomes. Hyperthermia has been used as an adjunct therapy for cancer treatment, as the high temperatures can help to sensitize cancer cells to radiation and chemotherapy, making them more susceptible to treatment. In addition, hyperthermia is sometimes used to treat chronic pain and musculoskeletal disorders, as it can help to improve circulation and reduce inflammation.
Frequency Specific Microcurrent
Microcurrent therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses low-level electrical currents to stimulate various parts of the body. Some of the potential benefits of microcurrent therapy may include pain relief, improved circulation, enhanced cellular function, reduced inflammation, and improved skin health. Microcurrent therapy has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, musculoskeletal disorders, and facial aging, as it can help to stimulate collagen production, improve skin texture, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Pure Oxygen Breathing
Pure oxygen breathing, or oxygen therapy, involves inhaling higher concentrations of oxygen than what is present in normal air. Some of the potential benefits of oxygen therapy may include improved oxygenation, enhanced athletic performance, reduced fatigue, improved cognitive function, and potential wound healing benefits. Oxygen therapy has been used to treat a variety of medical conditions, including respiratory disorders, circulatory disorders, and neurological disorders, as it can help to improve oxygen delivery to various parts of the body. In addition, oxygen therapy may be used in certain settings, such as high-altitude environments or underwater diving, to help prevent altitude sickness or decompression sickness.
Photon Color Light
Photon light color therapy is a non-invasive treatment that involves the use of different colored lights to stimulate various parts of the body. Some of the potential benefits of photon light color therapy may include improved circulation, enhanced immune function, pain relief, reduced inflammation, and improved mood. Different colored lights are believed to have different effects on the body and mind, with each color corresponding to a specific energy frequency. For example, red light is thought to stimulate circulation and energy flow, while blue light is believed to have a calming and relaxing effect.
PEMF (Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field)
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses low-frequency electromagnetic waves to stimulate various parts of the body. Some of the potential benefits of PEMF therapy may include pain relief, improved circulation, enhanced cellular function, reduced inflammation, and improved bone healing. PEMF therapy has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, musculoskeletal disorders, and osteoporosis, as it can help to improve cellular energy and tissue repair.
Essential Oil Infusion
Essential oil infusion is a therapy that involves inhaling or applying essential oils to the skin in order to provide various therapeutic benefits. Some of the potential benefits of essential oil infusion may include improved mood, reduced anxiety and stress, enhanced sleep, pain relief, and potential immune-boosting effects. Different essential oils are believed to have different effects on the body and mind, with each oil having its own unique chemical composition and therapeutic properties. For example, lavender oil is thought to have a calming and relaxing effect, while peppermint oil is believed to have an invigorating and energizing effect.
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What to Expect From PEMF (Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field)
PEMF sessions last a maximum of 12 minutes. It is not recommended to go over this amount of time because there is no additional benefits for going for longer. This can be administered in a few different ways: within your HOCATT session or separately with an assortment of devices designed for either whole body or directed areas.
During a session you may experience:
-feeling of muscle contraction or twitching over the area being treated
-discomfort or pain (only if the intensity is set too high in which case it will be lowered)
-lightheadedness or nausea
It is important to note that a little discomfort is expected, but not to the point you feel sick or pain. It is important to communicate if you are in unmanageable discomfort.
After a session of PEMF you may experience:
-increased recovery, energy, relaxation
-signs of detoxification: brain fog, fatigue, and nausea
-or you may feel nothing at all