There’s a rather intriguing treatment known as UBI therapy that is gaining a lot of traction in the medical world for its various potential benefits.
But just what is UBI therapy? If you don’t know yet, this is the blog for you. Here, we’ll reveal the untold story behind this fascinating treatment.
The first part of the story is learning about what UBI even means. UBI is short of “ultraviolet blood irradiation” which can be quite a mouthful. It’s not too complicated, though. In fact, this treatment, which is considered to be safe by multiple studies and shown to have no recorded ill side effects, uses a science that goes back for many centuries.
Scientists hundreds of years ago found that UV, or ultraviolet, light can have cleansing effects, similar to how sunlight may be a disinfectant. The thought then became, how can we harness this power and use it to potentially aid the body? If you’re thinking that you could use UV to potentially kill bacteria and viruses in a patient’s bloodstream, boost their immunity, and rejuvenate their blood overall, then your thinking is right in line with the scientists who conceived UBI therapy.
During the treatment, blood is drawn from the patient and passed through a machine that hits it with an ultraviolet light, thus cleansing the blood with UV rays. This treatment is expected to kill bacteria and viruses and after the treatment is completed, the blood returns right back to the patient’s system.
The therapy is usually reported to cause very little if no discomfort. Usually just with the first insertion into the vein to begin drawing blood but after that, most people don’t find it to be too uncomfortable. The treatment also needs no downtime to recover. Patients can return to their day after treatment and, in fact, many report feeling more rejuvenated after the procedure if anything.
UBI is offered at the Los Angeles-based RWA Center in Beverly Hills and here’s another part to the story: it’s somewhat similar to another treatment offered there.
Ozone therapy is another blood based treatment that many patients are considering to aid them in their health. In this treatment, a patient’s blood gets filled with pure, rich ozone to give it an extra boost.
There are two types of Ozone therapy. The first is called Major Autohemotherapy. In this treatment, a patient receives highly purified ozone right into their blood. This therapy raises the oxygen level in the patient’s entire body. The second type of therapy is called 10 Pass Hyperbaric Ozone Therapy. A patient’s blood is drawn, infused with ozone, and returned to their system. It is called “10 Pass” because, for full benefits, that is the number of times recommended that a patient receive treatment. Medical professionals may also suggest that a patient receive continued maintenance treatments to continue receiving the health benefits from treatment. (The patient’s condition when first coming in to receive treatment may vary and thus recommendations may vary as well, so this has to be discussed with a medical professional beforehand.)
So there is the untold story behind UBI therapy. An exciting treatment with origins in centuries-old science. If you’re interested in such a treatment, visit the Los Angeles-based RWA Center in Beverly Hills. You can opt for UBI therapy on its own, or get it in a package with Ozone therapy for some amount of savings. Call (310) 407-0542 and set up an appointment to learn more.