Let’s Talk About All the Ozone Treatments Available at The Ozone Clinic

Ozone Therapy

With a PhD in Medicine specialising in Ozone Medicine from Moscow University, over 20 years of experience working in the field of ozone therapy and with international papers on the subject published in his name, Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU) is well-qualified to talk about ozone therapy. In this video he tells us about the range of ozone therapy treatments available at the Ozone Clinic in Sydney, Australia including how each treatment works for specific conditions.

Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU) begins by saying he’s done many years of research studies and clinic work in the area of ozone therapy. “I’ve been doing many years of research studies and clinical work and basically, you can divide ozone therapy treatments into two parts – the localised and the systemic treatments. So, localised treatments mainly work specifically on triggering regeneration of various tissues – like knee regeneration, back pain, disc issues. Whatever tissues you can reach with a needle,” he says.

“They say that in theory up to 70% of existing illnesses can be treated with ozone therapy alone,” says Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU). “So, why – it’s because ozone therapy is a treatment which can be applicable to the whole system.”

“With these treatments, we have very little side effects and very, very effective. Then, there is another big aspect of ozone therapy and we’re talking systemic ozone therapy and that’s where we have often a lot of different discussions and disputes because there are different methods and all the time something new is happening. There are still a lot of questions about it and new advances so it’s a very big topic,” he adds.

“So, it works with your adaptation system and it triggers major responses all over the body – and the number of biological reactions which it triggers with this procedure are huge. That’s why I would say it’s still one of the biggest range of therapeutic effects compared to any other treatment that exists. So, scientists try to work out how it all works and they found there is are a number of elements which are very important.

“One of them is the concentration of ozone. The second one, we can say is the amount of ozone that you get in the body, and probably the third one, I would say is the amount of oxygen that you can get together with the ozone, because you never use ozone by itself. We use the concentration of ozone which is mixed with oxygen, It’s always an oxygen and ozone mix.

“Based on that we found that different concentrations of ozone will produce completely different therapeutic effects. For example, one concentration can stimulate the cell growth, another concentration can actually help to normalise the function of the cells and the third concentration has the opposite effect and can suppress some of the cells. So, based on that, accuracy in concentration can be very important, especially when we do some of the strong, intravenous procedure, because the difference in concentration – and this is where we come to the accuracy of equipment – can make a completely different therapeutic effect.

“That’s when we come to choosing what equipment do we use for ozone therapy – for simple procedures like for example, ozonated water or sometimes rectal insufflation, you can get with different types of equipment. But when it comes to intravenous procedure, you need equipment which has a special sensor on board because most of the ozone machines – they usually are calibrated from the factory, but when they actually work, they’re not very accurate in producing the specific concentration, so you need to have a computerised part which is measuring and regulating the production of ozone when the machine is actually working, Only a few devices on the market have that because that’s probably more expensive than the whole ozone machine.

“You can use ozone for the activation of stem cells and regeneration of the skin, or at the same time ozone can be used for the suppression of a bacterial infection and we would use completely different concentrations for that.

“Or if someone has issues with circulation. and if that’s the case, we would different concentrations to try to normalise this. So that strategy is very important when you decide which procedure to use and the concentration of ozone – and what type of systemic procedure we would use. So, coming back to our systemic treatments, what are the treatments that are available?

Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU) outlined the ozone therapy treatments which are available:

    • Rectal Insufflation – probably one or more simple and the most effective treatments. The ozone is absorbed quickly and it’s a quite simple but still a very powerful procedure. This treatment is very effective for any conditions relating to the pelvic area and particularly to the liver. The ozone is absorbed directly into the liver and it has a very powerful, normalising and detoxifying effect. This treatment can also help with dysbiosis and the overgrowth of bad bacteria in the large intestine or the vagina. For conditions in the pelvic area of women this type of treatment can be very helpful. This treatment will also still help the body oxygenate so it will help the local area but it’s a systemic treatment as well. This is why it can also help people with Lyme-like infections or an overgrowth of negative bacteria.
    • Vaginal insufflation – this treats many female conditions and some hormonal conditions.
    • Localised injection of ozone – for knee regeneration, back pain, disc issues etc and also for tumours. This type of treatment can also be used for rejuvenating the skin.
    • IV of ozonated saline solution – this can carry the ozone into the blood itself and this makes it a much more powerful treatment compared to chemotherapy. This treatment can be used for cancer or other conditions such as Lyme-like illnesses. This works very well for fungal overgrowth and biofilm because it is such a powerful treatment. This treatment can work even better than 10 Pass ozone therapy because often people who’ve had this type of treatment overseas find they may still have some fungal overgrowth or biofilm which hasn’t been cleaned out by the 10 Pass.
    • EBOO – this is one of the most powerful ozone therapies is EBOO which stands for Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation Ozonation. The Ozone Clinic uses the method for this treatment developed in the Ukraine and this way is very effective. With this method, there’s a much higher concentration of oxygen with 4 to 5 litres circulating through your blood. The EBOO procedure takes your blood out of your body and cleanses it with the ozone. At the same times as this filtering, the amount of oxygen which gets into your body is enormous. The procedure basically recharges all the systems in your body and this is something you can’t get with any other ozone treatment – including 10 Pass. As well as deoxifiying the blood, EBOO is also able to eliminate bacteria and viruses. EBOO is carried out by a machine and there is one canula in your arm drawing out the blood and this goes through the machine and then you have another canula where the blood is put back into your body.  The procedure often takes between three to six hours which is actually quite a long procedure but most of the people notice an amazing difference straight away. At the Ozone Clinic they’ve found that the impact this treatment has had on patients has been very worthwhile. Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU) said while it’s While it’s a very powerful treatment, it’s still very gentle because the concentration of ozone going in is still very low so this  prevents toxic oxidative stress.

When talking more about 10 Pass ozone therapy in the video, Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU) said when he studied medicine, the major rule was ‘Do not harm’ so he said that’s why “I’m always trying to avoid procedures which can be a risk to the patient. without a way of compensating or fixing it.”

In conclusion, he said: “This is basically what I’ve studied my life and so we try to carry the whole range of ozone treatments and find out individually what is the best for the patient.

“The Unique Special Diagnostic System we have allows us to identify, first of all, what is safe for the patient, and which procedure will work the best. Sometimes, ozone is contra-indicated and it’s better not to use it,” he added.

Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU) said if you’re interested in ozone therapy, the best thing to do is to call the Ozone Clinic and come out for your free initial consultation. “This way we can check on what’ the right treatment for them and we can look at how to do this. A lot of our patients decide to go through our diagnostic system because it is very unique and it gives them a 3D picture of their health. It creates a big picture that makes it very easy to see what you need to fix and what’s the priority. It helps to choose procedures and then we can see how effective these are.

“With this system we can see straight away what treatments are working and this makes a big difference,” he added.

As a closing comment, Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU) said: “I always recommend never just go for ozone therapy first without seeing a doctor who has been specially trained in ozone and can discuss this with you and find the most suitable treatment. Many people believe ozone therapy is amazing but it can also very dangerous in the wrong hands. I’ve seen cases where people have died from systemic ozone therapy because it wasn’t correctly administered or diagnosed. So again, it’s important to see someone who knows what they’re doing.”

He said if you read about ozone therapy 20 years ago it would have been described as one of the most safest procedures, but now if you search on Google, you’ll find all of this negative information. Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (RU) feels this has happened because people who haven’t been trained properly are delivering the procedures so it’s best to exercise caution these days.

For more information on the types of Ozone therapy available at the Ozone Clinic in Castle Hill, Sydney, you can call and ask to make a time for a free consultation. Phone on (02) 9188 8599 or email the clinic on info@ozoneclinic.com.au

Disclaimer: In Australia, some of the therapies offered at the Ozone Clinic are not officially recognised as a part of mainstream medical practice. These therapies are known as complementary therapies and are considered to be useful as an additional treatment to those offered by your medical practitioner. The Ozone Clinic and its personnel are fully trained in the application of these complementary therapies but they’re not registered medical practitioners and are considered to be complementary therapists.