Direct Intravenous Ozone Therapy

American Regenerative Clinic – Your Home for Ozone Therapy

At the American Regenerative Clinic, we employ a couple of different kinds of ozone therapies, including direct intravenous ozone therapy, high-dose ozone and innovative EBOO therapy. We will detail both of these but first, what exactly is ozone therapy? Ozone therapy takes medical-grade ozone, which is a highly reactive form of pure oxygen and creates a curative response in the body. The reactive properties of ozone actually stimulate the body to heal itself, the cornerstone of regenerative medicine.

Direct Intravenous Ozone Therapy: High Dose Ozone

High Dose Ozone can be used to stimulate the body’s natural healing process and is a non-invasive way to strengthen weakened areas of the body. It can also be used to improve mobility and help with pain management. High Dose Ozone therapy gives your immune system a boost by improving the intake of oxygen. This boost helps your body to repair infected areas and cells. Benefits of this direct intravenous ozone therapy include reduced pain, and inflammation, improved circulation, accelerated healing and overall improving quality of life.
High Dose Ozone and ozone therapies in general also have secondary side effects including healthier hair and nails, healthier skin, improved energy, and deeper, more restful sleep. It supplies nearly 50 times the amount of ozone of regular intravenous ozone treatments and therefore is a preferred method at the American Regenerative Clinic.

Direct Intravenous Ozone Therapy: EBOO

EBOO, which stands for Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation, is the most advanced form of direct intravenous ozone therapy and you can book it at the American Regenerative Clinic. The treatment stimulates oxygen metabolism, activates the immune system, and eliminates viruses, fungi, bacteria, yeast, and protozoa from the body. It works by extracting blood from one vein and passing the blood through an EBOO dialysis filter to cleanse it from the debris of destroyed germs, heavy metals, fungus, etc. Then the blood is ozonated in stages. Finally, it is reintroduced to the body through another vein. The entire process happens within a closed system in order to eliminate any possibility of contamination. But who can benefit from EBOO treatments the most? EBOO can be used as part of an overall treatment plan for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Lyme disease, herpes, chronic fatigue syndrome, macular degeneration, chronic bladder conditions, Chron’s disease, autoimmune diseases, and more.

Functional Medicine at American Regenerative Clinic

So how do you decide which direct intravenous ozone therapy could be right for you? The American Regenerative Clinic practices a functional medicine approach to treatment. Functional medicine is a personalized, systems-oriented model that allows patients and practitioners to work in collaboration to address the underlying causes of patients’ ailments. By practicing the treatment of the whole individual instead of isolating symptoms and just treating those, in order to best assist the patient’s health overall. You’ll notice the functional medicine approach at the American Regenerative Clinic right away because our doctors use the first appointment to have a long talk about your lifestyle and get to know everything they can about you. This allows the patient and doctor to collaborate to find out the underlying cause of the patient’s ailments and the reason they are seeking medical attention in the first place. Oftentimes, when you go to the doctor’s, you feel disconnected from your treatment plan because the doctor dictates it for you, instead of including you in the decisions that are made. This can lead to patients not following the treatment plan as closely as they would if they were involved in creating it. Functional medicine works to correct that and bring the patients and doctors together to form treatment plans together, and stick to them. If you feel like one of our direct intravenous ozone therapies could be right for you, call us to book a consultation with Dr. Andrey Lutskovsky.

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