What is IV Ozone Treatment Used For?
- Treatment of Bacterial, fungal and viral infections
- Anti-inflammatory effects
- Analgesic effects and modulation of pain response
- Detoxification effect on hepatic and renal tissues
- Increase in ATP synthesis by increasing the activation of mitochondria and the amount of oxygen dissolved in the bloodstream
- Optimization of pro and anti-oxidant processes in the body by balancing lipid peroxidation products
- Ozone in the blood causes a decrease in thrombocytic and coagulative values therefore making the blood less sticky
- Immunomodulating effects on autoimmune diseases
Here is a short list of some conditions that ozone has been used to treat:
- Auto-immune diseases (Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue, Multiple Sclerosis)
- Viral infections (influenza, herpes simplex, mononucleosis/Epstein Barr, pneumonia)
- Chronic infections (hepatitis, cystitis, Lyme disease, toxic mold)
- Allergies and Sinusitis
- Intestinal Diseases (pancreatitis, colitis, chronic infections, ulcers, leaky gut, Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis)
- Ear Infections
- Eye infections (macular degeneration, uveitis, iritis, kerititis)
- Dental Infections
- Arthritis and degenerative joint disease
- Chronic pain
- Cardiovascular Diseases
What are the Types of IV Ozone Treatments?
MAH (Major Autohemotherapy)
With this type of therapy blood approximately 200cc of blood is drawn from the patient and infused with Ozone. This ozonated blood is they past through an ultraviolet light and back into
Hyperbaric Ozone/ 10-Pass Ozone Treatment
The process for the 10-Pass Ozone Treatment is quite different than that used for the MAH.
Instead of manually withdrawing blood it is pulled out under pressure into a seal glass bottle where it is ozonated under pressure and then re-infused back into the patient. This process is repeated up to 10 times. Compared to MAH the 10-pass is a much stronger therapy.