Hocatt ™ FAQs

Will HOCATT™ therapy intervene with my current medication(s)?

In most cases HOCATT™ therapy is very complementary to conventional medications, often enhancing their efficacy. HOCATT™ therapy also promotes the absorption and bio-avaliablity of nutrients when taking vitamin/mineral supplements. We have seen many cases where chemotherapy patients using the HOCATT™ not only experience reduced side effects but also an enhanced efficacy of treatment. Please consult your doctor about your concerns before starting HOCATT™ therapy.

What is cupping and Vaginal Insufflation? Do I need to do it during my session?

The HOCATT™ has a second ozone generator dedicated to auxiliary attachments for  OPTIONAL ozone cupping or vaginal Insufflation (VI), during or outside of a HOCATT™ session.

Using a glass funnel/set of breast cups focuses a high concentration of ozone over a specific problematic area. VI is recommended for endometriosis, ovarian cysts and vaginal infection (yeast/fungal, bacterial, viral). Often these infections decrease fertility, so VI is highly recommended for those who are looking to get pregnant. To do the VI you insert a catheter about 5cm into the vagina.

Is HOCATT™ therapy safe for pregnant and/of breastfeeding women?

HOCATT™ therapy, and especially the VI modality, is actually recommended for those who are planning or trying to fall pregnant, and it is safe for breastfeeding women.

However as with most anything, it is advised that you not use the HOCATT™ during the first 3 months of pregnancy, as it is during this time that the foetus is most vulnerable.

Can I use the HOCATT™ if I am menstruating?

HOCATT™ therapy is contraindicated during menstruation, as it dilates the arteries and may increase the blood flow (i.e you might mess on your towel). If you choose to do HOCATT™ therapy anyway, it is advised that you keep on your underwear and a sanitary pad/tampon. DO NOT DO VAGINAL INSUFFLATION WHILE MENSTRUATING.

What are the contraindications?

Ozone therapy:

  • Thyrotoxicosis
  • G6PD deficiency
  • 1st trimester of pregnancy

CO² therapy:

  • Hypotension


  • Fever
  • Menstruation
  • Active bleeding
  • Taking blood thinners
  • Recent heart attack
  • 1st trimester of pregnancy
  • Hypotension (for temp. > 38°C)
  • Elevation blood alcohol/drug levels
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