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EBOO Ozone Therapy
EBO2 Therapy

Extracorporeal blood ozone and oxygenation is an exciting therapeutic approach that may improve circulation, modulate the immune system, and reduce inflammation.

Extracorporeal blood ozone and oxygenation is a therapeutic procedure that involves removing a small amount of the patient's blood, mixing it with oxygen/ozone blend, and then returning it to the body. This procedure has been used for a variety of health conditions, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and chronic viral infections.  EBOO is a foundational component of our F.I.R.M.M. method for tackling cardiovascular disease and erectile dysfunction.

One of the main benefits of extracorporeal blood ozone and oxygenation is its ability to improve circulation and oxygenation throughout the body.  This may help to improve the overall function of the circulatory system and can lead to better overall health.

Another benefit of this procedure is its ability to modulate the immune system. Ozone has been shown to stimulate the production of white blood cells, which are crucial for fighting off infections and diseases. This may help to improve the body's ability to defend itself against harmful pathogens and can lead to a stronger, more resilient immune system.

Additionally, extracorporeal blood ozone and oxygenation has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects. Inflammation is a key factor in many chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. By reducing inflammation, this procedure may help to alleviate symptoms and improve overall health.

EBO2 is the term used to describe EBOO with the addition of light therapy using the Hemealumen device.  MAH or major autohemotherapy has been the gold standard application of medical ozone and is still useful and effective today. EBO2 is the evolution of MAH for more effective treatment of chronic conditions with fewer visits.

  • Autoimmune related illnesses

  • Alzheimer's

  • Bacterial and viral pathologies

  • Brain fog

  • Body aches

  • Long Hauler Syndrome CV19

  • Cardiovascular disease

  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Fatigue

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Inflammatory diseases

  • Lyme disease

  • Mold exposure

  • Sleeping difficulties

  • Idiosyncratic issues


EBOO ozone therapy. Outpatient procedure using medical ozone. Procedure takes about 90 minutes to complete.
Clear fluid collection and foam. May contain beta 2 microglobulin, cytolines, adipokines, homocysteine, heavy metals, vitamin b12.
EBOO IV lines. Dark red venous blood turns brighter red after exposure to oxygen/ozone blend and sent back to the patient.
Hemealumen polychromatic device that exposes blood to UV light. May modulate immune system by stimulating white blood cell production.

Is EBOO the same as dialysis?

  • No, it is not. The treatment does use the same dialyzer filters, but in a very different arrangement. EBOO also does not  use dialysate fluid, like with dialysis therapy.

Is anything filtered and collected during therapy?

  • Theoretically speaking, having your blood flow over the semipermeable tubules in the dialyzer filter can allow for "middle molecules" to pass through and be collected in the collection container.  Middle molecules include: beta 2 microglobulin,  urea/uric acid, cytokines, adipokines and vitamin B12 and homocysteine.  Also, heavy metals that are freely circulating in your blood-stream could also theoretically pass through the tubules.  To date in the U.S., there has been no validated research to show exactly what is collecting in the catch canister.  Be wary of clinics that make grandiose claims of filtering plastics, biofilms, metals, viruses and bacteria etc.

EBOO & EBO2 ozone therapy serving San Diego, Encinitas, Carlsbad, Oceanside, Vista, Poway, Rancho Santa Fe, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Rancho Bernardo

EBOO is one of the many IV procedures we use to regain health. It starts with an office consultation and basic labs to assess for safety. If you have recent CBC, CMP and G6PD within the last 3 months, we can possibly waive the lab requirements.
The current treatment fee range is $1050-$1250

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