Medical ozone therapy has the remarkable ability to heal numerous health conditions, including the symptoms of many diseases that defy conventional treatments, such as Lyme disease and fibromyalgia. At Liondale Medical on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City, Lionel Bissoon, DO, offers medical ozone therapy using several methods, including the innovative and potent 10-pass ozone procedure. To learn if you’re a good candidate for medical ozone therapy, call the office or book an appointment online.
Ozone is a powerful oxygen therapy capable of relieving pain, fighting bacterial infections, and treating a variety of health conditions such as:
Once ozone is inside your body, it triggers cellular reactions that activate healing. Medical ozone therapy also raises oxygen levels in your blood, stimulates your immune system, fights inflammation, and boosts energy.
Ozone therapy can be administered using several possible methods, but 10-pass is one of the most effective. When you receive 10-pass ozone therapy, a precise amount of your blood is drawn into a small hyperbaric machine that mixes the blood with ozone under high pressure.
The pressure allows your red blood cells to absorb more oxygen. The ozonated blood is returned to your body, and the process is repeated, pulling more blood up, ozonating it under pressure, and returning it to your body.
The process is repeated 10 times, which is why it’s called 10-pass ozone therapy. With this method, you receive a more potent dose of ozone compared to other delivery methods.
Liondale Medical is currently one of two facilities in New York City offering hyperbaric ozone 10-pass therapy. Many patients do this treatment monthly for its anti-aging benefits, while patients with chronic fatigue and Lyme disease are treated one or two times a week until they’re symptom-free.
Yes, Dr. Bissoon may recommend other techniques, such as:
If you don’t have the time or your veins can’t support the 10-pass procedure, Dr. Bissoon administers ozone therapy using direct intravenous infusion. This is the next best option for treating systemic health problems like Lyme disease.
If you have a nonhealing ulcer on your foot or leg, such as a diabetic foot ulcer, Dr. Bissoon can apply ozone directly to the wound using a protective covering that holds the gas against your wound.
During prolozone therapy, Dr. Bissoon injects ozone to stimulate cellular activity and healing in joints and to relieve muscle pain. You have very little downtime after prolozone treatment.
If you need relief from pain, wounds, or systemic diseases like Lyme disease and fibromyalgia, call Liondale Medical or book an appointment online.