Ozone therapy for protein losing enteropathy

Ozone therapy for protein losing enteropathy with Dr. Trish Kallenbach.

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What is Ozone therapy for protein losing losing enteropathy?

Let’s break down one of the words into something easier to understand. “Entero” means intestine and “pathy” means condition, hence a protein losing condition of the intestine. This disease in pets would be considered similar to Celiac disease in humans, with the exception of being reactive to wheat. The pet is not absorbing enough nutrition through the intestines.

In this article we will take a look Daisy. Daisy is receiving ozone therapy for protein losing enteropathy.

Meet Daisy the Cocker Spaniel. Daisy is coming to the healing place and receiving Ozone therapy for protein losing enteropathy
Meet Daisy,
Daisy is an 11 yr. old Cocker Spaniel we have been treating for protein losing enteropathy for about a year. She was doing very well. Recently daisy’s health declined.

Our next step was to begin Ozone therapy. Daisy is receiving Ozone in two ways:

  1. Rectally to directly treat the surface of the intestine and calm down some of the inflammation.
  2. Intravenously to stimulate the immune system and provide large amounts of oxygen for use in the blood stream.

At the time of this article, Daisy was on her third treatment. She had already begun to regain weight. Daisy had increased energy levels as well.

Why is Ozone therapy for protein losing enteropathy being used?

As quoted in this article by Drs Gerry Buchoff and Judith Shoemaker, American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association:

Ozone therapy has been utilized and heavily studied for 150 years. Its effects are proven, consistent, and safe for use in pets. Ozone is Used to treat infections, wounds, and multiple diseases. The effectiveness has been well documented. The Florida Medical Association published a text by Charles J. Kenworth, MD on medical ozone therapy in 1885! Heads of leading medical institutions in the U.S. contributed to a 1929 book “Ozone and its Therapeutic Actions”, describing the treatment of 114 diseases using ozone.

How does Ozone therapy for protein losing enteropathy help?

As quoted in this article on Innovative Veterinary Care:

Ozone contains three oxygen atoms, which react in the tissue as it breaks down to ordinary oxygen (O2) and a reactive singlet oxygen molecule that can combine with chemicals and other molecules. Free from side effects, this is an extremely safe therapy that works in a number of ways by
• Decreasing inflammation
• Activating the immune system

How is Ozone therapy for protein losing enteropathy given?

As quoted in this article on Innovative Veterinary Care:

• Biophotonic Blood Therapy (BBT), in which blood is infused with ozone, exposed to ultraviolet light in a crystal cuvette, and then given back to the patient. Also called Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation, it has been used worldwide for over 50 years for an array of medical conditions. It may be more effective than mere ozone for stimulating cytokines and activating the mitochondria in each cell to strengthen an animal’s immune system.
• Injected as a gas into joints with a prolotherapy injection (prolozone).
• As a gas via a catheter, internally, or by sealing a wounded area in a bag. It will be absorbed through the caudal rectal vein.
• Percolate into saline fluids to be used as a flush (decreases inflammation and pain) to wounds, bladder, rectum, ear, nose, and mouth; enema; IV or SQ fluids to be absorbed through the capillaries of the subcutaneous tissue.

Ask us about Ozone therapy for protein losing enteropathy and other conditions. This treatment works with all breeds.

Make an appointment with Dr. Trish Kallenbach. She will be happy to discuss the many holistic options available for your pets’ care including Ozone therapy.

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