Ozone Therapy and UBI

How These Treatments Are Helping Patients Around the World

Blood. You don’t need us to tell you how vital blood is to human survival. There’s a reason the expression lifeblood exists. Blood is the fuel that keeps the human body in motion and feeling good.

But sometimes our blood needs help being the best that it can be. It can get filled up with toxins and other things you might not want in your body and two ways that are helping patients get the most from their blood are exciting treatments known as ozone therapy and UBI. Let’s look at each.

Ozone therapy may help the body heal itself from illness, injury and stress. It does this by enhancing your body’s natural healing abilities, boosting the oxygen in your system and can make you feel more rejuvenated and healthier.

Ozone therapy provides extra oxygen to your body’s tissues and enhances the blood with ozone. This is a natural, effective, and powerful treatment. Ozone therapy may help as a supplemental treatment for things like fibromyalgia, allergies, asthma, anxiety disorder, and others.

RWA Center in Beverly Hills offers two types of ozone therapy. Type one is called Major Autohemotherapy. This is when the patient receives highly purified ozone right into the bloodstream, thus increasing oxygen levels in the entire body. Type two is called 10 Pass Hyperbaric Ozone Therapy. In this therapy, the patient has their blood drawn, infused with ozone, and returned to their body. It is recommended the patient get up to 10 passes for the full benefits of the treatment and continue with maintenance treatment. This may vary depending on the patient’s condition.

Another treatment for blood offered at RWA Center in Los Angeles is called UBI. UBI stands for ultraviolet blood irradiation. This is a safe and proven medical procedure that can kill bacteria and viruses, rejuvenate the blood, and boost the immune system. Repeated studying of this therapy has shown positive results and no negative side effects.

With a UBI treatment, a clinician inserts an IV into a patient’s vein and attaches it to an ultraviolet light emitting machine. The patient’s blood is cleansed with UV light, which kills bacteria the same way sunlight does. The UV cleansed blood is then returned to the patient’s body. Some patients need differing amounts of UBI sessions depending on their immune system and other variables but generally speaking, six to eight treatments twice a week will be able to show results for many patients.

Both of these exciting treatments are available at RWA Center in Beverly Hills and you may contact them for more information.

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