Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases Systemic Sclerosis

Systemic Sclerosis

Description of the Disease

Systemic sclerosis is a rare autoimmune disease, often initiated by a chronic viral infection. The virus destroys muscles and blood vessels, which are replaced by connective tissue. Early diagnosis and treatment, especially within the first two years, are critical for effectively managing the disease.


Early Stage: Pain and stiffness in the muscles, general weakness.

Advanced Stage: Difficulty in movement and breathing.


Fortunately, systemic sclerosis is quite rare. In the 33 years our clinic has been operational, we have treated 17 patients with this condition. All patients were discharged with significant improvement in their health.

Special Case

A notable case involves a female patient with extensive systemic sclerosis affecting her legs, arms, upper and lower back, and upper thoracic area.

Medical History

Sinusitis at age of 10

Chronic bronchitis at age of 17

The first symptoms of sclerosis appeared simultaneously in her hands and feet at age of 21

Diagnostic Process and Treatment

The patient was diagnosed with sclerosis after medical examinations. She underwent treatments in the USA and Germany without achieving stabilization of the disease. When she approached our clinic, we followed this approach:

Treatment of Underlying Infections

Treatment of sinusitis and chronic bronchitis.

Administration of appropriate antibiotics and accompanying medications.

Ozone Therapy

Ozone was given intravenously twice a day to support blood oxygenation.

Subcutaneous Ozone Injections

Improvement in the patient’s general condition after three weeks.

Further Treatment


Addition of ozone sauna.

Detox treatments, hydrocolon therapy, special diet, and exercises.


After an additional two weeks of therapy, the area affected by sclerosis decreased by at least one-third, and the remaining hard spots became softer. The patient’s last treatment was three years ago, and she remains in good condition with conservative therapy.


Systemic sclerosis can be stabilized and, in some cases, significantly recovered in various parts of the body. Timely and proper treatment can significantly improve patients’ quality of life.


Autoimmune Diseases: Treatment of Chronic Allergic Conditions at Y&C Institute of Medical Rehabilitation Ltd., Cyprus

In modern times, the increase in allergic reactions is attributed to changes in diet, the deterioration of the quality of drinking water and air, as well as other environmental factors. These allergic reactions manifest with symptoms such as itching in various parts of the body, with or without rashes, which often do not subside even with the use of anti-allergic medications, including corticosteroids.

Patients suffering from such conditions often visit numerous dermatologists without finding effective treatment, resulting in mental health issues due to the chronic nature of their symptoms.

At Y&C Institute of Medical Rehabilitation Ltd., we implement specialized treatments to improve the quality of life for these patients. Our approach includes the intravenous administration of ozone and its topical application over the entire body, except for the head, to remove toxic breakdown products through the skin.

Therapeutic Techniques:

Intravenous Administration of Ozone: Increases the oxygenation of secretory products, facilitating their removal from the skin.

Topical Application of Ozone: Used over the entire body, except for the head, for the immediate treatment of symptoms.

TEN PASS Technique: A specialized technique that eliminates viruses while simultaneously filtering the blood.

After completing the treatment, we provide patients with personalized instructions for:


Specialized diet

Selection of safe drinking water

Proper breathing techniques

Skin and health care

At Y&C Institute of Medical Rehabilitation Ltd., we are committed to providing comprehensive and effective treatment for chronic allergic conditions, offering relief and improvement in the quality of life for our patients.


Stay healthy!


Dr. Yuri Nikolenko