Ozone Therapy in Queens & Long Island
natural way to improve your health and rejuvenate your body.
IV Ozone Therapy is a popular treatment commonly used in naturopathic and regenerative medicine. The treatment uses Ozone gas to stimulate and strengthen your body’s natural regenerative and healing processes.
If you are looking for a natural way to improve your health and rejuvenate your body, Ozone treatments may be right for you. Find out by contacting Drip Gym, the leading provider of Ozone treatments in NYC.
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Ozone is an activated form of Oxygen that contains three oxygen atoms (O3.) This form of Oxygen possesses incredible regenerative properties.
To tap into these properties, Ozone can be administered in several ways: topically, orally, by direct injection, and intravenously. With Ozone IV treatments, Ozone gas is dissolved into a sample of the patient’s blood and returned to the body intravenously. This process is also known as Major Auto-Hemotherapy (MAH).
Your body needs oxygen to function. Oxygen plays a vital role in circulation, metabolism, respiration, digestion, immune function, and detoxification. Ozone treatments increase the amount of oxygen in your body by dissolving Ozone gas into your bloodstream. Doing this provides therapeutic effects that strengthen your immune system, promote healing, rejuvenate cellular function, and provide an overall improvement to health and wellness.
Ozone stimulates the production of antioxidants, which fight off the oxidative stress of free radicals. Not only that, but studies also demonstrate that Ozone behaves as an antimicrobial agent, helpful for killing bacteria, parasites, fungal infections and decreasing viral loads.
Ozone increases the production of important proteins involved in the immune system, such as interferon and interleukins.
Ozone oxygenates the blood, which improves the circulation and metabolism of red blood cells. This enables the blood to deliver more oxygen to tissues. Increased oxygen helps the body function in a myriad of ways. For example, increased oxygen allows tissues to create more enzymes that generate ATP (energy.)
IV Ozone treatments are performed in-office at Drip Gym in Queens, NY. The 25-minute treatment is easily accomplished on your lunch break. There is no downtime required. So, you can return to your normal activities immediately after your appointment.
Every patient is different, but many report feeling benefits immediately after their infusion. Other patients require several days before noticing their results.
Contact Drip Gym at 516-445-7191 to learn more about Ozone house treatments and how you can receive Ozone therapy at home.
According to a clinical review published in the Journal of Natural Science, Biology, And Medicine, “Ozone therapy has been utilized and heavily studied for more than a century. Its effects are proven, consistent, safe, and with minimal and preventable side effects.”
However, Ozone IV treatments, like many “naturopathic” or “regenerative” therapies, are not FDA approved in the United States, and continued research is warranted. Nevertheless, Ozone Therapy may be performed under “off-label” usage. The best way to ensure your safety when undergoing Ozone treatment is by selecting a reputable doctor to administer your therapy.
As with all intravenous therapy, there is a risk of side effects, including pain, swelling, or bruising at the injection site.
Ozone therapy is not the same as Oxygen therapy. Oxygen (O2) is the air we breathe. It consists of two oxygen atoms attached together. Ozone is an activated form of Oxygen. It consists of three oxygen atoms attached together. Ozone (O3) is more reactive than Oxygen (O2). O3’s oxidative properties make it especially beneficial in therapeutic settings.
IV Ozone treatments are affordable. Treatment costs $250 per 25-minute session. Unfortunately, insurance companies do not cover Ozone IV therapy.
Ozone IV treatments are curated for each patient by Dr. Qureshi. The number of sessions needed depends on the patient, the aim of treatment, and other unique factors to each patient’s treatment plan. Typically, patients see therapeutic results undergoing two sessions a week. Patients receive Ozone blood treatments only when needed (like following an illness or after extensive travel.) The parameters of your treatment plan will be determined during your consultation with the Drip Gym in NYC.
Drip Gym is one of the most advanced Intravenous therapy centers in New York City. Drip Gym distinguishes itself by the expertise and dedication of its providers. Drip Gym is led by renowned Dr. Pervez Qureshi, board-certified in Internal Medicine, and overseen by the state’s most experienced Registered Nurses. The professionals at Drip Gym actively listen to your needs and curate the perfect formula to boost your immune system, improve your energy levels, and achieve optimal vitality.
Drip Gym is the leading provider of IV Ozone treatments in NYC. Conveniently located in Queens and Long Island, NY, Drip Gym offers in-home and in-office Ozone treatments. Discover how Ozone Therapy improves your health and wellbeing by scheduling a free consultation. Call Drip Gym at 516-445-7191 or reach out online by filling out the form below.
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