When traditional medicines and treatments fail to relieve chronic foot and ankle conditions, “10 pass” hyperbaric high-dose ozone therapy (HBOT) ozone therapy may be the safe, alternative therapy that finally provides relief. Dr. Howard Robins, a leader in the fields of podiatry and ozone therapies, offers intravenous ozone therapy to men and women in New York City. Call to book an appointment and learn more.

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What is “10 pass” hyperbaric high-dose ozone therapy (HBOT)?

Dr. Robin’s uses innovative “10 pass” hyperbaric high-dose ozone therapy (HBOT) for the treatment of diseases and conditions that affect the foot and ankle. HBOT often helps men and women get relief from painful conditions, even when more traditional treatment methods have failed.

What happens during 10 pass hyperbaric ozone therapy?

The 10 pass HBOT method requires the transfer of ozonated blood under hyperbaric pressure in and out of your body 10 times, in “passes,” over the course of a single treatment session.

First, Dr. Robins draws your blood under negative pressure and mixes it under positive ozone pressure to allow your red blood cells to absorb more oxygen. He then infuses the oxygenated blood back into your vein under positive pressure, 10 times in one treatment session.

Using this highly oxygenated blood, the 10 pass HBOT procedure delivers a multitude of health benefits.

What conditions does 10 pass hyperbaric ozone therapy treat?

This safe form of ozone therapy, in combination with other medical techniques, can potentially reduce inflammation and aid your autoimmune system to heal and prevent  conditions and diseases affecting the foot and ankle such as:

  • Infections
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Lyme disease
  • Spinal cord inflammation

The HBOT method often uses special hyperbaric ozone machines.

Now used worldwide, 10 pass hyperbaric ozone therapy helps effectively treat a variety of diseases. HBOT allows Dr. Robins to improve or potentially eliminate foot and ankle problems that are resistant to conventional treatments.

Am I a good candidate for HBOT?

Because a number of conditions can be improved with hyperbaric ozone therapy, you may be a good candidate if you suffer from chronic foot or ankle problems. Dr. Robins performs a thorough examination and discusses your health history to determine whether HBOT may be beneficial for you.

If you’ve tried other methods for foot problems and none of them have worked, consider HBOT. To discuss this innovative new therapy, call or schedule a consultation with Dr. Robins..