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Ozone Therapy

doubletrack naturopathic

Sara Love, ND

Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine located in Beaverton, OR

Depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and fatigue are some of the most common complaints among Americans. If you’re tired of suffering and want to try a more customized approach, doubletrack naturopathic in Beaverton, Oregon, can help. Sara Love, ND, formulates customized ozone therapy injections and products using ozone along with a variety of vitamins, minerals, and medications. Ozone therapy can help you overcome limitations and feel your best, so call the office or click the online scheduling tool.

Ozone therapy Q & A

Is Ozone Safe?

When used medically by trained health care providers, ozone has a safer track record than the use of ibuprofen. Ozone essentially reverts back to oxygen after it is used. This makes it a very environmentally friendly oxidant and very safe to use.

It’s highly recommended that you only receive ozone treatments from professionals who have gone through the proper ozone training and can show you their credentials.

How Does It Work?

The process has shown to increase oxygen utilization, regulate the immune system, vastly increase the rate of metabolism, stimulate the production of ATP and other energy molecules, stimulate regenerative cells and growth factors, as well as enhance circulation.

The third oxygen atom of ozone makes it extremely reactive. This atom readily attaches itself to other molecules. When contaminants such as bacteria or viruses make contact with ozone, it creates a minuscule hole in the cell wall. Once the cell wall is destroyed, the bacteria will be unable to survive. This process is called oxidation.

What are the benefits of Ozone therapy?

Ozone therapy at doubletrack naturopathic offer some significant benefits, including:


One of the most significant benefits of ozone therapy is customization. At doubletrack naturopathic, Dr. Love formulates the ozone according to your health needs. Your injections contain a compound that she assembles just for you, rather than a generic formula that's the same for everyone. 

Immediate delivery

Another big advantage of ozone therapy is the immediate delivery. When Dr. Love administers your injections, she expertly delivers the substances you need straight into your bloodstream, directly into your muscles, or topically on the skin. 

When you take a supplement orally, you only absorb a small part of it — as little as 25% in some cases. But, when you get ozone therapy, you bypass the entire digestive process so you can absorb the maximum amount of what you need. 

Ozone therapy is among the most effective ways to overcome troublesome symptoms and problems. They offer you maximum benefits with minimum risk.

When would I need Ozone therapy?

Therapeutic injections can help with a wide range of problems, including:

  • Chronic fatigue
  • Chronic pain
  • Depressed mood
  • Anxiety
  • Adrenal fatigue
  • Chronic Infections
  • Joint Pain
  • Acne

Dr. Love also treats a variety of other common physical and mental health issues through ozone therapy. If you have a lingering health problem and want a highly effective but easy-to-access solution, therapeutic injections could be right for you. 

How often do I need ozone therapy sessions?

Dr. Love tailors an ozone therapy program for you. Most patients enjoy maximum benefits with a series of treatments, each a few weeks apart. But, you might start to feel better almost right away. Every case is unique, so Dr. Love tells you what to expect.

Do I need other treatments along with ozone therapy?

It depends on your situation. Dr. Love focuses on your whole-body health, so she might recommend some lifestyle changes that complement your injection therapy. For example, you might need to change your diet, exercise more often, and make other healthy changes. 

Customized ozone therapy can help you overcome the challenges that are currently dragging you down. Book your consultation at doubletrack naturopathic by calling the office or clicking the online booking tool.