O3 ReBoot Therapy®
A Treatment with Powerful Healing Capabilities
O3 ReBoot Therapy® mixes gas naturally found in the Earth’s atmosphere with oxygen to create a treatment with powerful healing capabilities. O3 has been used by practitioners for more than 150 years with benefits shown for autoimmune diseases as well as many other health issues.
An initial consultation with Dr Markwith is required to find out if you are a candidate for O3 ReBoot Therapy®. If you are determined to be a candidate, we can perform your first procedure the same day.
The Many Benefits Of O3 ReBoot Therapy®
• Antibacterial, Antifungal, & Antiviral Abilities
• Reverse Damage to Brain Tissue After a Stroke
• Counteract Cell Mutations, thereby preventing some types of Cancer
• Detoxify Impurities
• Wound Healing
• Stem Cell Activation & Repair
• Oxygenation of Cells
• Skin Rejuvenation
• Improved Joint Mobility
What to Expect
Quick & Painless
O3 ReBoot Therapy® is quick and painless, you’re in and out of the office in 15 minutes.
Typical Treatment Course
For most conditions, we prescribe a series of 10 treatments. Some may need less, some more. This will be determined at your consultation.
One you are being treated, the doctor will analyze your response to treatment and be able to give you an accurate estimate of what you can expect from further treatments.
Am I A Candidate For O3 ReBoot Therapy®?
Because of the wide array of conditions that O3 ReBoot Therapy® can treat and it’s various applications it’s best to schedule a consultation with Dr Markwith to determine if you are a candidate for this treatment.
How does O3 ReBoot Therapy® work?
O3 ReBoot Therapy® uses supercharged oxygen and its wonderful medical properties to detoxify and heal the body by selectively attaching itself to and eliminating bacteria, virus, parasites, mold & fungi.
Is O3 ReBoot Therapy® covered by insurance?
Insurance companies only like to cover treatments that don’t actually fix the problem, so O3 ReBoot Therapy® or any other regenerative procedure is not covered by any insurance. The good news is, that you are the one in charge of what procedures you get, not an insurance company.