An Even More Effective Way to Deliver the Benefits of Ozone

EBOO An Even More Effective Way to Deliver the Benefits of Ozone

Ozone therapy has been studied for decades and used in the treatment of illnesses involving viruses, infection and toxicity. The popularity of ozone therapy in Europe is much greater than in North America, despite the fact that the benefits have been illustrated through research. Prolozone therapy, multi-pass and high-dose ozone therapy, and now, extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation (EBOO) are available at our regenerative medicine clinic.  

More Ozone is Better 

(EBOO) is transforming the use of ozone in treating toxicity and chronic illness because it can deliver a much higher concentration of ozone to the blood without risks associated with external processing and reinjection. Because of the higher dose of ozone possible, EBOO is the most advanced ozone therapy and can even be more effective than multi-pass ozone therapy. 

How Does EBOO Work

EBOO uses a dialysis machine to ozonate the blood, a little at a time, in stages. In the procedure, blood is drawn from the patient into the dialysis machine. Ozonation takes place in a sterile chamber. Blood is then reintroduced into the patient. The entire process happens within a closed system to eliminate the possibility of contamination.


Autohemotherapy using ozone has been used for many years and is known to have beneficial effects in killing bacteria and viruses and neutralizing toxic substances. The ability to deliver more effective ozone therapy is exciting. Patients who have been suffering from conditions ranging from vascular diseases, inflammation, circulatory disorders, degenerative and autoimmune diseases can benefit from ozone therapy. There are no discernable side effects, the treatment is minimally invasive. 

Learn More About EBOO

If you would like to know more about this exciting new innovation in Ozone therapy. Call our office to book a consultation. We are taking all precautions to reduce the transmission of COVID 19 and to keep our patients and staff safe. However, we remain open and available to help you when you need us.

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