10 Pass Ozone Therapy: Cost, Benefits, and Possible Side Effects

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Written by Michelle McKeon

June 7, 2023

Ozone therapy is a medical treatment that involves the use of ozone gas to improve various health conditions. Ozone therapy has been used for many years to treat a wide range of medical conditions such as tick-borne infections like Lyme disease, inflammation, pain, and cancer. Ozone can also decrease the cytokine storm in the treatment of covid, and has antiviral properties.  

In recent years, the popularity of ozone therapy has increased, and many people are now considering this therapy to treat their health conditions. However, one of the most common questions that people ask about ozone therapy is the cost. Dr. Frank Shallenberger is one of the pioneers that have introduced ozone as an Integrative Medicine option for chronic illnesses. In this article, we will discuss the 10 pass ozone therapy cost, its benefits, and possible side effects.

What is 10 Pass Ozone Therapy?

10 Pass Ozone Therapy is a type of ozone therapy that involves the infusion of highly concentrated ozone gas into the bloodstream. This therapy is done by drawing a small amount of blood from the patient, mixing it with the ozone gas, and then returning the ozonated blood to the patient’s body. This process is repeated multiple times to achieve a higher concentration of ozone in the bloodstream.

Some of the hospitals that we partner with offer ozone treatment as part of their Lyme Program.  You can find ozone treatment being implemented at The St. Georg Hospital and Sanoviv Medical Institute.

What are the Benefits of 10 Pass Ozone Therapy?

Some of the benefits of 10 Pass Ozone Therapy include:

  • Improved oxygenation and blood flow to tissues
  • Enhanced immune function
  • Reduction of inflammation
  • Increased energy and vitality
  • Improved cognitive function
  • Reduced pain and discomfort
  • Decreased levels of cytokines
  • Antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties 

What is the Cost of 10 Pass Ozone Therapy?

The cost of 10 Pass Ozone Therapy can vary depending on the location, the clinic, and the practitioner performing the therapy. On average, the cost of 10 Pass Ozone Therapy can range from $1,500 to $3,000 per session. Most practitioners recommend a series of 10 sessions for optimal results. Therefore, the total cost of the therapy can range from $15,000 to $30,000.

There are less expensive ways to receive ozone treatment.  To find out about other options on how ozone can be administered, you can read about it in our latest article, Ozone Therapy for Lyme Disease: A Primary Treatment.

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Is 10 Pass Ozone Therapy Covered by Insurance?

Most insurance companies do not cover the cost of 10 Pass Ozone Therapy as it is considered an alternative therapy. However, some insurance companies may cover the cost of ozone therapy if it is used in conjunction with other medical treatments.

What are the Possible Side Effects of 10 Pass Ozone Therapy?

Like any medical treatment, 10 Pass Ozone Therapy can have some side effects. The most common side effects include:

  • Fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Muscle aches
  • Flu-like symptoms

If individuals are treating Lyme disease or mold biotoxin illness, symptom flare-ups may occur after treatment due to a herxheimer reaction, or a die off reaction from a pathogenic and toxic load. This can be common with many treatments for these types of chronic infections, and is a sign that the body is reducing the pathogen or toxin load in the body. It also means that the patient’s detox pathways may need to be supported more effectively.

These side effects usually subside within a few hours after the therapy. However, in rare cases, more serious side effects may occur.
10 Pass Ozone Therapy is an effective treatment for a variety of medical conditions beyond tick-borne infections. However, like many treatments for Lyme disease , the cost of the therapy can be expensive, and is often not covered by insurance. Additionally, the therapy may have some side effects, which should be discussed with a qualified healthcare practitioner before undergoing the treatment. In my practice, The Lyme Specialist, we have seen it to be most successful as a maintenance therapy when used in conjunction with other treatments.

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