At Meeting Point Health, we pride ourselves on championing the latest in medical innovations, such as Extracorporeal Blood Ozone and Oxygenation, more commonly known as EBOO. As the medical paradigm gradually evolves to incorporate both conventional methods and modern therapies, the importance of staying updated cannot be overstated.
Our commitment is to ensure that healthcare professionals within our network, as well as our valued patients, are always equipped with comprehensive knowledge about these pioneering treatments. We believe in offering the best, and EBOO represents our dedication to merging scientific advancements with holistic well-being.
Full Spectrum EBOO is a complex process that revolves around the principle of externally enhancing a patient’s blood to increase its therapeutic properties. During this procedure, a portion of the patient’s blood is drawn via an infusion pump, exposed to a combination of ozone (O₃), oxygen (O₂) while filtering through a dialysis filter, then ultimately ultraviolet light, before being reintroduced into the bloodstream. The term “extracorporeal” denotes “outside the body”, emphasizing the external nature of this blood treatment. About 2 liters of blood is filtered during the entirety of the treatment.
The foundational concept behind Full Spectrum EBOO rests on its ability to elevate the oxygenation level of blood while capitalizing on the medical attributes of ozone and ultraviolet light. Here’s how ozone, a triatomic molecule of oxygen, plays a pivotal role:
By infusing ozone, oxygen and ultraviolet light into the blood outside the circulatory system and reintroducing it, EBOO’s therapeutic purposes include potential benefits such as enhanced oxygenation, immune system support, and the inactivation of pathogens.
EBOO‘s versatility extends to several medical conditions, reflecting its multifaceted potential:
As with all medical interventions, EBOO’s benefits must be judiciously weighed against potential risks:
Given these risks, it is paramount that EBOO is conducted only by adept healthcare professionals in sterilized, appropriate settings.
Different protocols for EBOO have emerged based on the condition being treated, individual patient needs, and the advancement in technology. One pivotal factor is the concentration of ozone: a lower concentration often translates to a higher safety margin and reduced risk of side effects. The exact duration of the session and the volume of blood treated also vary.
EBOO isn’t the only form of ozone therapy. There’s also Major Autohemotherapy (MAH), where blood is drawn, mixed with ozone, and then reintroduced, but in smaller volumes compared to EBOO. While MAH uses about 60-360ml of blood, EBOO filter’s approximately 2 liters. Each method has its unique set of applications, benefits, and challenges.
One EBOO benefit is its potential to support detoxification. Ozone’s oxidative potential might aid in neutralizing certain toxins and enhancing the body’s innate detox mechanisms by upregulating antioxidants and specific immune cells responsible for attacking pathogens and toxins.
EBOO represents just one facet of the diverse arena of ozone therapies. Emerging areas of exploration include its implications in promoting longevity, enhancing athletic performance, and its incorporation into biohacking regimens.
At Meeting Point Health, we are pioneers in blending traditional medical approaches with innovative treatments. Ozone therapy, especially the EBOO method, has proven to be a beacon of hope for many of our patients, particularly those grappling with Biotoxin-related illnesses such as Lyme disease, mold toxicity, EBV and candidiasis. These are conditions that often remain stubborn to conventional treatments, leaving individuals in distress and seeking viable alternatives.
Our commitment is to provide therapeutic options that are not just about treating symptoms, but targeting the root cause, facilitating holistic healing and rejuvenation. With the promising benefits of EBOO, many have found a renewed sense of vitality and health.
At Meeting Point Health, we are pioneers in blending traditional medical approaches with innovative treatments. Ozone therapy, especially the EBOO method, has proven to be a beacon of hope for many of our patients, particularly those grappling with Biotoxin-related illnesses such as Lyme disease, mold toxicity, and candidiasis. These are conditions that often remain stubborn to conventional treatments, leaving individuals in distress and seeking viable alternatives.
Remember, while EBOO and other alternative therapies are exciting realms of medicine, it’s essential to approach them with a balanced perspective, always prioritizing evidence-based care.
If doing multiple sessions, EBOO can be scheduled as often as once a week, though the frequency might vary based on the individual’s health status and therapeutic goals. Many patients are traveling from out of town, so the schedule of treatments may depend solely on travel.
EBOO, being a relatively newer intervention, is still in the process of being extensively studied. As of now, most studies are short-term or observational, emphasizing the need for long-term randomized trials.
EBOO should be viewed as a complementary therapy and not as a replacement for established treatments unless guided otherwise by a medical professional.
Generally, EBOO is not painful. It might feel similar to having a regular IV. However, some individuals might experience minor discomfort from the needle or a slight warming sensation as the treated blood re-enters the body.
An EBOO session typically lasts between 90 minutes, but the duration can vary based on the individual and the specific protocol being followed.
No, most insurance companies do not currently cover EBOO as it’s considered an alternative therapy. We are a cash-based clinic and do not attempt to bill insurance for any of our procedures.
Yes, most individuals can return to their regular activities post-EBOO. However, it’s advisable to avoid strenuous activities immediately after the procedure.
The response to EBOO varies. Some individuals report feeling rejuvenated or noticing improvements in their symptoms immediately, while others might need multiple sessions to discern tangible benefits.
Patients with certain conditions like hemolytic anemia, low G6PD, or recent heart attack may not be ideal candidates for EBOO. Always consult with a medical professional before opting for the therapy.
Each private session with one of our registered nurses is currently $1500 and takes approximately 2 hours.
All plans are individualized and may vary from patient to patient. If you are referring multiple treatments that day, the fee will reflect your treatment protocol.
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