Autohemotherapy is a treatment that involves drawing the patient’s blood and re-administering it back into the patient via muscle or vein depending the patient’s needs. Ozone Autohemotherapy (Minor and Major) has powerful healing capabilities as well as anti-inflammatory effects within the body. It also increases energy, circulation, eases pain in certain injuries, and overall boosts the immune system which helps in a patient’s overall health.
Minor Autohemotherapy is a quick procedure where a small amount of blood is taken from the patient’s vein, mixed with ozone in a syringe and injected into the gluteal muscles. Minor Autohemotherapy is usually administered to the patient 1-3 times per week depending upon the patient’s condition.
Major Autohemotherapy is a procedure where An IV is placed in a patient and with the use of a specialized machine, a patient’s blood is withdrawn. an ozone/oxygen mixture is administered to the blood under pressure and mixed to return to the patient. This allows for a very large dose of ozone to be delivered in one session, but also includes the advantage of oxygen to be dissolved (hyperbaric) in the blood for additional benefit.