Intravenous ozone therapy: Intravenous therapies are plentiful when it comes to regenerative medicine and therapies. Injection therapies have become widespread in the regenerative medicine space and have grown extensively over the past couple of decades. With ozone therapies especially, the ozone itself needs to be injected directly into the joint, muscle, or ligament which is causing the patient issues to be most effective.

We’re here to introduce our intravenous ozone therapies available at the American Regenerative Clinic locations and explain the process of how the ozone is administered into the body and how it can help with various ailments!

Intravenous Ozone Therapy – Multi-Pass or High Dose Ozone

Multi-pass or High Dose Ozone therapy, is an intravenous ozone therapy which supplies nearly 50 times the amount of ozone of regular intravenous ozone therapy. This style of treatment uses a 10-pass method of ozone administration which provides a larger amount of ozone to the body in a shorter amount of time. It can therefore reach deeper into the body than a regular intravenous ozone therapy treatment, better saturating more red blood cells with oxygen.

High Dose Ozone can have positive effects on circulation and immunity, and it also stimulates the production of new stem cells, activates existing ones, and kills bacteria and viruses. It can also selectively kill cancer cells while strengthening and rejuvenating normal cells!

Prolozone Therapy

Another intravenous ozone therapy option is Prolozone. This type of intravenous ozone therapy can be an effective option to consider for anyone experiencing chronic pain. If you have an old work injury, arthritis, fibromyalgia, or pain from sports like running, you may consider prolozone therapy to assist with the regeneration of muscle tissue.

Prolozone therapy is a natural, non-surgical, and minimally invasive treatment that can regrow, or make new tissue. The procedure is made up of two parts. In the first phase, a syringe of liquid vitamins and minerals is injected into the affected area, which adds nutrition back into areas like your vertebrae, ligaments, tendons, muscles, connective tissue, joint space, etc. Contained in the solution are homeopathic which help to control inflammation and swelling in order to allow better circulation.

The second part of the procedure involves intravenously infiltrating the area with ozone directly after the solution is injected, which helps the initial solution to spread further into the affected areas. Prolozone therapy therefore can provide more healing capabilities with fewer needles making it a minimally invasive treatment. The combination of the first and second steps of the procedure causes the proliferation, regeneration, and rebuilding of new ligament and cartilage tissues. This makes prolozone therapy as a pain management tool a great alternative option to steroids and surgical options!

Intravenous Ozone Therapy – EBOO

The final and most advanced form of intravenous ozone therapy available today is called EBOO. Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation (EBOO) treatments actually use an EBOO dialysis filter and cleans blood from the debris of destroyed germs, heavy metals, fungus, etc., and ozonates the blood in stages. First, blood is drawn from one patient’s vein, then through a closed system (in order to eliminate the possibility of contamination) it goes through the dialysis filter to be ozonated. Finally, it is reintroduced into the patient via another vein. The entire process can take just 45 minutes and the EBOO treatment is quickly becoming known as the most effective form of ozone therapy in the world.

If you’re ready to explore our intravenous ozone therapies, and think one of these could be the right fit for you, call us to book a consultation with Dr. Andrey Lutskovsky today.