Who We Treat

EBOO has shown benefit for these conditions:

Auto-immune Diseases

Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis

Viral Infections

influenza, herpes simplex, mononucleosis/Epstein Barr, pneumonia

Chronic Infections

hepatitis, long haul

Mold Toxicity

Mold Toxicity

Lyme Disease and other tick-borne illnesses

Valley Fever and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

Detox and Restorative Health

Detox and Restorative Health, Cancer Warrior

Body and Joint Pain

Body and Joint Pain

Proactive Health

Proactive Health, Cancer Warrior, removal of PFAs

About the treatment

How long does the treatment take?

The treatment usually takes between 1.5 to 2 hours.

How often should EBOO be done?

For individuals with chronic illness or conditions, treatments are usually once a week when you start for 4-5 sessions. Then it is highly recommended that you do quarterly treatments each year as a proactive measure. Think of it as a seasonal approach to your health.

I want to be proactive about my health, what do you recommend?

For healthy individuals it is recommended to do quarter treatments.

Who will be present during the EBOO procedure?

A certified and trained EBOO medical practitioner is with you during the entire procedure.

What type of oxygen is used in the EBOO procedure?

The procedure uses only medical-grade oxygen.

How many IVs are required for the EBOO procedure?

Two IVs are required at the start of the procedure.

Are there any contraindications for undergoing EBOO?

EBOO is not advised if you have any of the following: G6PD deficiency, blood clotting disorders, anemia, or anyone with a known allergy to the blood thinner heparin.