Medical Ozone Therapies are IV ozone major autohemotherapy (MAH) and “10 pass” hyperbaric ozone therapy. Patients will meet with Dr. Grable to discuss and determine which approach is most appropriate and have specialized testing before scheduling.
Ozone is created when pure medical grade oxygen is introduced into a coronal electric current ozone generator. This technology is German and is meticulously created. The gas that is produced from the ozone generator is part ozone, part oxygen. Ozone is 3 oxygen atoms linked together and has much different properties than O2.
MAH Therapy: This therapy requires about 60cc of blood to be removed from the body. It is mixed with saline and then ozone gas is bubbled into the mixture. Finally, it is dripped back into the patient. This process is complicated and slow but yields a lot of energy. It seems that inflamed, diseased or dysfunctional tissues tend to favor glycolysis. By causing them to use more oxidative phosphorylation, ozone therapy appears to make more energy available to sick cells. MAH is often combined with UV Blood Irradiation or UVBI.
Hyperbaric Ozone: There is a more powerful method to administer larger amounts of ozone to the body known either as hyperbaric ozone or 10-pass ozone. This method uses a pump and vacuum to remove and readminister blood from your body via IV and infuse it with ozone. Higher concentrations of ozone are used in this procedure which can be done up to 10 times to deliver much larger amounts of ozone. This is the strongest and most effective ozone treatment and is useful for acute and chronic infections including herpes, shingles and Lyme, autoimmune diseases, MS and more.
Ozone Therapy provides many powerful and healing health benefits. It is beneficial for anyone looking to improve their health and vitality, but can be especially helpful at treating those with the following:
· Auto-immune diseases
· Aging itself
· Coronary artery and cardiovascular disease
· Pain (back, ligaments, joints)
· Macular degeneration (stops progression)
· Oncology (important addon to conventional therapy)
· Chronic viral infections (Lyme, hepatitis C, EBV, herpes)