UBI & Ozone therapy

Ozone and UBI therapy, also known as ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI), is a combination therapy that uses ozone and ultraviolet light to treat a variety of health conditions. Ozone is a molecule made up of three oxygen atoms, while UBI involves exposing blood to ultraviolet light.


How Ozone Therapy Works

Ozone therapy involves injecting ozone into the body. Ozone is a powerful oxidizer, meaning it can break down and destroy harmful substances. This can help to improve circulation, boost the immune system, and fight infections.


How UBI Therapy Works

UBI involves exposing blood to ultraviolet light. Ultraviolet light is a type of radiation that can kill bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. When blood is exposed to UBI, it helps to remove toxins and improve the overall health of the blood.


How Ozone & UBI Therapy Are Combined

In ozone and UBI therapy, ozone is mixed with blood and then exposed to ultraviolet light. This combination therapy is thought to be more effective than either therapy alone.


What Are The Potential Benefits of Ozone & UBI therapy?

The potential benefits of ozone and UBI therapy include:

    • Improved circulation: Ozone can help to improve circulation by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow. This can help to deliver oxygen and nutrients to cells more effectively and remove waste products more efficiently.
    • Boosted immune system: Ozone can help to boost the immune system by stimulating the production of white blood cells and other immune cells. This can help the body to fight off infections more effectively.
    • Reduced inflammation: Ozone has anti-inflammatory properties that can help to reduce inflammation throughout the body. This can help to relieve pain and improve joint function.
    • Treatment of infections: Ozone can help to treat infections by killing bacteria, viruses, and fungi. This can be helpful for a variety of conditions, including wound infections, sinus infections, and urinary tract infections.
    • Pain relief: Ozone can help to relieve pain by blocking pain signals from being sent to the brain. This can be helpful for a variety of conditions, including arthritis, migraines, and back pain.
    • Autoimmune diseases: Ozone/UBI therapy may help to reduce the symptoms of autoimmune diseases, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
    • Cancer: Ozone/UBI therapy may help to improve the quality of life for people with cancer. It may also help to shrink tumors and prolong survival.
    • Chronic fatigue syndrome: Ozone/UBI therapy may help to improve the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, such as fatigue, muscle aches, and cognitive problems.

It is important to note that the research on Ozone/UBI therapy is still ongoing, and more studies are needed to confirm its effectiveness for specific conditions. Additionally, Ozone/UBI therapy is not a substitute for traditional medical care, and it should not be used to treat any condition without the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner.


What Are The Risks of Ozone & UBI Therapy?

The risks of ozone and UBI therapy are relatively low. However, some potential risks include:

    • Infection
    • Adverse reactions
    • Dryness


Who Should Not Get Ozone & UBI Therapy?

People with certain health conditions should not get ozone and UBI therapy. These conditions include:

    • Kidney disease
    • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
    • Individual allergies

What should I talk to my Defy provider about before getting ozone and UBI therapy?

It is important to talk to your provider before getting ozone and UBI therapy. They can help you to determine if this treatment is right for you and whether you have any health conditions that could make it risky.

Is Ozone & UBI Therapy Safe And Effective?

Ozone and UBI therapy is generally considered safe for most people when administered by a qualified practitioner. However, more research is needed to determine whether it is effective for any specific condition.

Due to this, we do require up to date blood work on file, prior to any IV ozone/UBI administration. 

What to Expect Before the IV Treatment Session

You will be asked to provide your medical history and any medications you are taking.

You will have labs drawn at least a week prior to treatment to ensure you are a good candidate for this treatment.

You will be given instructions on how to prepare for the treatment, such as avoiding  alcohol prior to treatment.

What to Expect During the IV Session

A qualified health care professional will administer the IV Infusion. The procedure usually takes 30-60 minutes, depending on the individual’s needs and the specific protocol used. 

A small amount of blood will be drawn from your arm. The blood will be mixed with normal saline and ozone and then exposed to ultraviolet light. The treated blood will then be returned to your bloodstream.

After The Treatment

You may experience some temporary side effects, such as warmth or tingling in your body. You may feel more energized or relaxed after the treatment. It is important to drink plenty of fluids after the treatment to help flush out any toxins.

Overall, ozone and UBI therapy is a safe and relatively painless procedure. However, it is important to talk to your Defy provider before getting this treatment to make sure it is right for you.

Some Additional Things To Keep In Mind

The number of treatments you need will vary depending on your individual needs and the condition you are being treated for. Ozone and UBI therapy may be combined with other therapies, such as IV therapy (Myers’ cocktail).

Ozone and UBI therapy is not a cure-all, but it may be an effective treatment for a variety of conditions.

If you have any questions or concerns about ozone and UBI therapy, please talk to your Defy provider.