When we hear “dialysis”, usually our minds jump to the treatment used for people whose kidneys are failing. Dialysis usually refers to the process of cleansing blood from the body which the kidneys can no longer filter properly. As a result of kidneys not functioning, wastes and toxins can build up in the bloodstream causing more internal issues.
But did you know that dialysis has developed into an ozone treatment to cleanse the blood of toxins in people with other chronic diseases or ailments? Yes, dialysis has transformed into a form of ozone therapy and has many benefits!
What are EBOO Treatments?
EBOO stands for Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation. It is the newest form of ozone therapy and the most advanced form of ozone treatment available today. EBOO ozone blood dialysis is a unique form of ozone therapy that heals and detoxifies by stimulating oxygen metabolism, activating the immune system, and eliminating viruses, fungi, bacteria, yeast, and protozoa.
An EBOO ozone machine essentially mimics a dialysis machine. Blood is drawn from one vein and passes through an EBOO dialysis filter which is designed to clean blood from the debris of destroyed germs, heavy metals, fungus, etc. The EBOO ozone machine ozonates the blood in stages and then reintroduces it into the body through another vein.
The entire procedure takes place within a closed system to eliminate any possibility of contamination. An EBOO ozone blood dialysis treatment typically takes 1 hour and approximately 1.8 to 3 liters of blood is filtered per treatment.
Who Can Benefit from EBOO?
The best thing about this form of dialysis is that more than just renal failure patients can benefit from it! As mentioned earlier, people with many chronic diseases can benefit from ozone therapies like EBOO.
A few that have benefited most are cardiovascular disease, diabetes, lyme disease, chronic hepatitis, herpes, chronic fatigue syndrome, chemical sensitivity, macular degeneration, chronic bladder conditions, colitis, autoimmune diseases, and Crohn’s disease.
The number of treatment sessions required and the ozone dosage administered depend on overall health, age, and the condition the patient is suffering from. All of this will be uncovered and decided upon during the consultation portion of a patient’s visits prior to any treatments. The team will use these consultations to form an individualized plan, personal to the patient and taking many factors into account.
Treatments are typically administered once a week, with patients usually noticing improvement in symptoms between the second and fourth session. Full antioxidant defense mechanisms are activated by the fourth treatment. The cycle can then be repeated every 3-4 months as needed, depending on the main healthcare provider’s recommendations.
What Other Types of Ozone Therapies Are There?
Different forms of ozone therapies have been around for over 150 years! At the American Regenerative Clinic, we take advantage of a few different types of ozone therapies.
There is High Dose Ozone, which supplies nearly 50 times the amount of ozone of regular intravenous ozone therapy and can have positive effects on circulation and immunity. High Dose Ozone also stimulates the production of new stem cells, activates existing ones, and kills bacteria and viruses.
There is also Prolozone therapy, a regenerative therapy used for any type of joint pain or injury. Prolozone can literally regrow, or make new tissue, giving a joint/muscle/ligament an opportunity to bounce back.
The ozone treatment that would be recommended for you depends on a multitude of factors that our team can uncover during the consultation portion of your visits to the American Regenerative Clinic.
And exactly how do ozone therapies reinfuse the body with the energy needed to fight disease and illness? Ozone can increase tissue oxygenation by infusing the mitochondria with oxygen, resulting in increased energy! Ozone also enhances blood flow, which relieves pain and inflammation. Ozone therapy benefits are vast so talk to us about which could be right for you!
If you’re interested in discussing any of our ozone therapies further, call us to book a consultation with Dr. Andrey Lutskovsky.