We’re excited to announce we’ve added another therapy to our toolbox to help patients restore and maintain their health. Starting in July 2023, patients will be able to receive the highly sought after and hard to find EBOO Therapy treatments at our practice in Overland Park, KS. We are very excited about this new ozone therapy. 

With EBOO being new at our practice, this article will provide some education for those interested in EBOO, and for those who we’re recommending EBOO therapy. Your provider will also be happy to discuss EBOO more during any of your appointments.

What is EBOO Therapy?

EBOO stands for Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation. It’s the most advanced ozone therapy available in medicine at the time of writing this blog. The therapy removes blood from your body and runs it through a special filter, in a closed-circuit system. Via the filtering mechanism, a mixture of oxygen and ozone is pumped in a cross-current fashion. Then the treated blood is returned to your body after passing through ultraviolet and LED light therapy (UBI).

It isn’t a ‘standard’ ozone therapy – it’s extremely advanced and efficient.

  • A single session treats a larger volume of your blood (approx. 2 liters) with 70,000-150,000 mcg of ozone over 50 minutes. Compared to 300mL in High Dose Ozone currently being used.
  • It’s done at a low concentration, but a higher dose than major autohemotherapy (MAH) or high dose ozone, so it ozonates your blood much more effectively due to volume of blood exposed and the increased surface area provided with the special filtration mechanisms.
  • 1 EBOO treatment equals 6-10 high-dose Ozone/UBI treatments. This makes it more affordable and efficient when considering how many standard ozone sessions are needed in comparison.

EBOO can help those addressing a specific health issue, those just focused on achieving greater health,  and athletes looking for an effective safe, legal tool to enhance recovery of tissues and improve performance.

The impact and benefits of EBOO

Ozone therapies can benefit any patient, positively affecting many body systems.

EBOO can help those addressing a specific health issue, those just focused on achieving greater health,  and athletes looking for an effective safe, legal tool to enhance recovery of tissues and improve performance. Here are some systems/conditions which can benefit from EBOO therapy treatments.

  • Improve mitochondrial function
  • Immune function – chronic and acute infections (Fungi, bacteria, yeast, viruses, protozoa), chronic and acute inflammation, MSIDS (Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome), Lyme disease and associated co-infections
  • Autoimmune complications
  • Endocrine health – energy, fatigue, metabolism
  • Cardiovascular support
  • Diabetes and blood sugar dysregulation disorders
  • Detox support
  • Athletic performance
  • Bone and joint health – pain, tissue repair
  • Cellular respiration and autophagy
  • Mitochondrial support
  • Brain fog
  • Mycotoxin and mold complications
  • Oxygen utilization
  • Circulation
  • Digestive health
  • Cognitive health
  • Pain

What can you expect?

For starters, EBOO Therapy is not available as a walk-in therapy, like our standard Ozone/UBI Therapy is. Reason being the process and volume of blood treated requires us to have a more complete picture of one’s health, which is gained during our onboarding process with new patients, along with continued monitoring and support of established patients.

Some patients can start EBOO right away, and some may need to gradually advance through a dosing process where they may start with lower (maybe our standard Ozone/UBI therapy) doses then work into the higher doses that EBOO offers.

EBOO Treatment

The EBOO Therapy treatment should take approx. 1 hour to complete. The amount of time may vary depending on a patient’s specific needs.

During the procedure, one vein will be accessed to remove the blood, and another to reinfuse the blood after it has been treated. This is a closed-loop system that preserves sterility, where the removal, treatment, and reinfusion of your blood is happening simultaneously.

What else should you know before & after an EBOO treatment?

Prior to treatment:

  • It is crucial you eat a healthy meal with protein and nutritious fats, as ozone and UBI are known to affect blood sugar. Being well hydrated before your treatment is also important. This allows your veins to be more accessible, helping to ensure a successful treatment.
  • Before the initial EBOO treatment, we’re reviewing these labs to understand baseline levels for a patient:
    • CMP (Comprehensive metabolic profile)
    • CBC (Complete blood count)
    • G-6PD (Glucose 6 phosphate deficiency enzyme) to assess for deficiency which predisposes one for hemolytic anemia
    • Insulin fasting
    • CRP (C-reactive protein)
    • D-Dimer

After treatment:

  • You are not restricted in your normal activity.
  • Some patients feel an immediate sense of well-being, mental clarity, less pain, more energy, and an improvement in symptoms. Others may feel lethargic, achy, fatigued, or just relaxed. Or some feel nothing in direct response to the initial treatment. All these feelings are normal, and you may feel all of these responses at different times throughout your treatment plan or through multiple treatments depending on how the therapy is impacting your physiology at the time of treatment.
  • If you do experience fatigue, achiness, and ‘down’ feelings post your EBOO treatment, here are some things you can do:
    • Make sure to eat clean and rest. If you feel more inclined to rest, try to do so, as rest is important when our bodies are in our most reparative state.
    • Continue to take your supplements as instructed.
    • Once you feel rested, stay in motion. Even if it’s just for a short walk. This will help circulation and lymphatic movement.
    • Follow typical detox methods such as drinking distilled water, doing a sauna and/or red light light therapy session, ginger baths, enemas, lymphatic massage, etc.


  • Known hemolytic anemia (Favism)
  • G6PD deficiency

  • Recent Myocardial Infarction
  • Graves Disease – hyperthyroidism
  • Thrombocytopenia
  • Severe cardiovascular instability
  • Severe Coagulation issues
  • Bleeding disorders / hemorrhagic stroke
  • Acute Alcohol intoxication
  • Hemochromatosis
  • Patients receiving Iron Infusions
  • Active convulsive states
  • Leukemia
  • First Trimester of Pregnancy
  • Patients with allergies to heparin

Scheduling an EBOO Treatment

Established patients can ask their provider during an appointment, or call our office to learn if they’re a candidate for this treatment. For those who’d like to become a new patient, fill out our getting started form or call our office to speak with our new patient navigator at (913) 906-7787.

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