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Boost Your Oxygen Levels and Immune System in New York City with IV Ozone Therapy

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Boost Your Oxygen Levels and Your Immune System in New York City with IV Ozone Therapy

Our Signature MAH (ozone blood) IV is a popular IV treatment here at Ohzone Medical. Not only is it one of the best ways for your body to absorb ozone into the body, but it may be an effective treatment for boosting your oxygen levels and immune system in New York City.

So, how does this treatment work? Intravenous administration of ozone is traditionally administered as major autohemotherapy (MAH). This process involves removing up to 250mL of venous blood into an IV bag, mixing it with ozone gas, calcium chloride, and heparin (to prevent clotting), and then placing it back into the client’s body via the IV.  

What are the benefits of MAH IV? This therapy may help jumpstart your immune system and may boost your oxygen levels, purify your blood, and detox your body on a cellular level. Ozone is known to kill bacteria, fungus, yeast, mold, parasites, and fungi in the body and can attach itself to any heavy metals allowing you to detox them out of the body. This treatment can improve circulation by cleaning arteries and veins and enhancing the flow of your blood. It also has been known to enhance your body’s ability to increase its antioxidant capabilities and protection as well as stimulate your mitochondria, the powerhouse of your cells to help energize you. 

At Ohzone Medical, clients will have the option to add UV Light to their ozone blood IV. During this process, your blood travels through a UV light which helps with deeper detoxing by exposing more impurities from the blood cells to enhance more energy. 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


Dr. Joseph Cleaver, M.D. is the Medical Director at Ohzone Medical. He is a fellow of the American Board of Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine, board certified in Internal Medicine among other certifications. He holds the position of adjunct clinical professor at George Washington School of Medicine. He lectures both nationally and internationally in longevity medicine, sports performance, regenerative medicine, aesthetics, sexual performance, and hair restoration. As a decellularized growth factors expert with 15 years’ experience in regenerative aesthetics, he applies this cutting edge regenerative medical science in the treatment of hair restoration and minimally invasive aesthetics – skin and face rejuvenation.