Triple Oxygen (Ozone) Therapy

Helping Your Body to Heal Itself

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Medical Ozone Defined

Ozone? Like the atmospheric layer that protects us from the sun's rays? Yes, as the “ozone” layer of our Earth is made up of ozone gas, a colorless gas made up of three oxygen atoms (O3). But did you know is this gas has the medical potential to stop the growth of bacteria, boost your immune system, and disrupt unhealthy processes in your body? 

 

Ozone gas used in ozone therapy is medical-grade that, when coming into contact with your cells, bonds easily to your cells. As a result, the ozone changes the way your cells work, and helps improve your microcirculation, aiding with natural detoxification, and supporting your body’s immune system. 

Administering Ozone

There are several ways by which ozone can be delivered, although, at Advanced Integrative Care, we primarily use autohemotherapy, aka, an IV. 

 

We withdraw roughly 50-150 ml of blood, mix it with medical grade triple oxygen, 03 (Ozone) gas, and add it into a sterile IV bag. The process takes approximately 30 minutes and can be used in combination with other IV therapies such as: 

  • BioPhotonic (UVBI) treatment

  • Chelation Therapy

  • Nutritional Therapy

  • Myers Cocktail​

Other ways we can treat with ozone include ozone bagging, ear insufflation, and intestinal insufflation. Click here to learn more.

Add a Little Sunshine in Your Soul

For an added boost to your immune system, help kill infections, and eliminate the bacteria and viruses in your bloodstream, we can use ozone in conjunction with ultraviolet blood irradiation. Also known as UBI and UVBI therapy.  Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) is a process of exposing blood to ultraviolet A or C rays to stimulate the immune system. Click here for more information about UBVI, its history, and treatment applications.

Conditions Treated with Ozone Therapy

Triple Oxygen (Ozone) Therapy can be used to treat the following acute and chronic conditions. 

  • Heart and blood vessel diseases

  • Pulmonary diseases

  • Infectious· diseases

  • Immune disorders

  • Cancer

  • Chronic Pain

  • Migraine Headaches

  • Neurological disorders

For a more detailed listing under each category, click here.

 

Some Common Ozone FAQs

For the answer to the following common questions, please click here.

  • What is ozone

  • How does it work

  • What does it do in the body

A History of Treatment

The NCBI states that Ozone (O3), a gas discovered in the mid-nineteenth century, is a molecule consisting of three atoms of oxygen in a dynamically unstable structure due to the presence of mesomeric states. 

Ozone therapy has been utilized and extensively studied for many decades. Its effects are proven, consistent, and with minimal side effects. Medical O3, used to disinfect and treat disease, has been around for over 150 years. Used to treat infections, wounds, and multiple diseases, O3's effectiveness has been well-documented. It has been used to disinfect drinking water before the turn of the last century. Ozone was known to treat as many as 114 diseases.[11] Ozone therapy has been in use since the 1800s and in 1896 the genius Nikola Tesla patented the first O3 generator in the US, later forming the “Tesla Ozone Company.”[12] During the first world war (1914-18) doctors familiar with O3's antibacterial properties, and with few other medical resources available to them applied it topically to infected wounds and discovered O3 not only remedied infection, but also had hemodynamic and anti-inflammatory properties.[13]