Ozone therapies have been around for years, but are constantly evolving and now we are left with quite a few different options to select from. We’re here to break down the various types of ozone therapy treatments and benefits and help you to discover which may be the best for you given your current situation.
American Regenerative Clinic offers several types of ozone therapy, including prolozone injections and high dose ozone therapy, which uses a multi-pass ozone method to enrich the blood with higher concentrations of ozone. We also offer intravenous ozone therapy and now offer extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation – EBOO. EBOO is an exciting therapy as it offers an even more efficient way to deliver ozone therapy to the patient. Read on for more details about each of these ozone therapies!
1. Multi-Pass or High Dose Ozone Therapy
Ozone therapy is regenerative medicine and a natural approach to treating chronic illnesses and diseases such as autoimmune diseases, viral infections, cardiovascular diseases, eye diseases, and even heavy metal poisoning. It is a non-invasive treatment option and ozone therapy has been known to relieve many patients of pain associated with many of the disorders it treats.
High Dose Ozone, which in Michigan is provided exclusively at the American Regenerative Clinic, supplies nearly 50 times the amount of ozone of regular intravenous ozone therapy. 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!
2. Prolozone Therapy
Prolozone therapy is a regenerative therapy used for any type of joint pain or injury. The non-invasive procedure involves adding nutrition in the form of liquid vitamins and minerals back into the joint (or muscle, ligament, etc.), and then using ozone to spread the solution further to cover the entire affected area. You may use this type of ozone injection for knee pain, shoulder pain, or elbow pain for example.
Prolozone can literally regrow, or make new tissue, giving that joint/muscle/ligament a new opportunity to bounce back, and giving you the pain management you need to get back to your active lifestyle.
3. EBOO: Ozone Blood Dialysis
EBOO (Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation) ozone blood dialysis is the most advanced form of ozone treatment available today. It is a unique form of therapy that heals and detoxifies by stimulating oxygen metabolism, activating the immune system, and eliminating harmful viruses, fungi, bacteria, yeast, and protozoa. It detoxifies blood by filtering it through a machine that adds oxygen and then reintroduces the blood to your body in a closed-circuit environment.
EBOO treatments are administered once a week and, typically, patients can expect to notice an improvement between the 2nd and 4th sessions. The full antioxidant defence mechanisms are activated by the 4th treatment. Depending on your healthcare provider’s recommendation, the cycle can be repeated every 3-4 months as needed.
For over a century, this form of ozone therapy has effectively and safely been utilized as a part of an overall treatment plan for 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.
We believe in functional medicine at Bloomfield Hills and all American Regenerative Clinic locations so will always ensure we consult with you before making decisions when it comes to any treatment at our clinics, including our ozone treatment options.
If you’re ready to explore which ozone therapy may be right for you, call to book a consultation with Dr. Andrey Lutskovsky today.