Regenerative medicine has come a long way in the past decade, and ozone therapy has been a huge part of its success. It has grown worldwide and medical professionals everywhere are beginning to see the true benefits of this holistic approach to personalized medical care. From intravenous ozone therapy, to high dose ozone, as well as the newest ozone therapy, EBOO, ozone therapy benefits are widespread and can assist with a variety of ailments.
The Difference Between Regular and High Dose Ozone Therapy
Ozone therapy is an innovative, non-invasive approach to stimulating the body’s natural healing process. It has the ability to strengthen weakened areas of the body in order to improve mobility and reduce pain.
Intravenous ozone therapy, or prolozone therapy, works by injecting ozone directly into an affected area of the body and allowing it to improve the intake of oxygen and give the immune system a boost. This boost allows the immune system to begin the process of repairing the infected or damaged cells in the body. The benefits include: reduced swelling, pain and inflammation in joints, limit damage in the affected area, improve circulation, accelerated healing, slow the effects of damage from disease, improve quality of life, improve mobility.
On the other hand, high dose ozone therapy supplies the body with nearly 50 times the amount of ozone of a regular intravenous ozone therapy treatment. 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 treatments can stimulate the production of new stem cells, activate existing ones, and kill bacteria and viruses, leading to a stronger immune system.
Other ozone therapy benefits include healthy hair and nails, healthy and radiant skin, improved energy levels, deeper, more restful sleep.
The Newest Form of Ozone Therapies: EBOO Treatment
EBOO stands for Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation (EBOO) and it is the most advanced form of ozone therapy. 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.
Let us find out if an ozone therapy could be the right approach for you and your needs. Call us to book a consultation with Dr. Andrey Lutskovsky to learn more.