Ultraviolet blood irradiation is a technique used to treat blood toxicity. Since the 1940s and 1950s, UBI has been used to treat a variety of different diseases including, septicemia, pneumonia, tuberculosis, arthritis, asthma and poliomyelitis. In order to boost the body’s immune response and eradicate infections, a method known as ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) exposes the blood to ultraviolet (UV) light. When exposed to UV light, bacteria and viruses in your bloodstream absorb five times as much photonic energy as do your red and white blood cells, which is a toxic dose to these pathogens. In fact, fragments of the dead organisms induce a secure vaccination-like reaction. Your immune system is then further stimulated and directed to target the pathogens your body is battling. Overall, the body receives both a first direct exposure treatment and a second immune-activated treatment. Treatment with UBI with as little as 60 cc of blood results in a positive systemic reaction.
The amount of treatments you need varies based on the health of your immune system, the length of time you have been ill and the severity of the disease being treated. Generally, the therapeutic number of sessions is 6-8 treatments, twice a week.
Combine UBI with MAH (ozone therapy) to experience the ultimate detoxification.
UV light adds energy to the red blood cells causing a healing cascade to occur.
Ozone in blood makes an oxidative stress causing the body to respond and heal.
During this time we are complying with or exceeding all local, state, and federal guidelines for COVID-19 best practices. We have changed our scheduling to avoid unnecessary contact, and we sterilize thoroughly after each patient. Masks will be worn in the facility at all times unless they need to be removed for treatment. We take all possible steps to protect you and our staff from COVID-19. We will update our protocols according to official safety recommendations.