Innovative Biologic Treatments in Santa Rosa
Our office has anticipated a pandemic for a long time. We do have ozone and peroxide air purifiers in the office for patient and staff protection, and we regularly treat ourselves prophylactically with ozone.
We are able to see and treat our own established patients, who come first, generally on the same day as requested, but we usually need to have advance notice for our nurses.
We take newcomers as space permits. To assist newcomers, we have altered our usual policy of a 1.5- 2 hours new patient visit to just 15 minutes for “meet and greet” to assess suitability of ozone or another oxidation therapy for immune enhancement and prevention.
This “meet and greet” service is only for healthy people without existing conditions, and it is to provide more rapid access to our IV services or another powerful therapy: ozone by gravity colonic. Ozone colonic is a powerful treatment, likely as effective as a blood treatment. If you have any conditions, you will need to schedule for our standard 1.5-2 hours.
You don’t need to see Dr. Rowen or Dr. Su for some non-intravenous services like ozone saunas. This very popular service can usually be provided upon request. We also can provide a non-patient some ozone water and ozone gas for nasal, ear and rectal insufflation. treatment.
Blood therapies include DIV ozone (direct intravenous gas), and ‘hyperbaric” ozone. The latter takes blood (about 200 cc) out of the vein into a bottle for a very short time while ozone gas is added into the bottle under pressure, and then reinfused (one “pass”). This, in our opinion, is the finest form of ozone delivery. Hyperbaric ozone takes about 15 minutes for a single “pass” and high dose (10 pass) ozone may take 1-3 hours, depending on veins. We can also do ozone “dialysis”, which is a step up from hyperbaric ozone but is more expensive to do. Ozone dialysis is for 1 hour. DIV (direct intravenous gas) ozone takes about 5-10 minutes. Ozone colon hydrotherapy is for 15-60 minutes.
Dr. Rowen is willing to go to a hospital in the North Bay to treat a seriously ill person with coronavirus. However, the hospital MUST give written permission first, so please be sure to have it in hand before reaching out to us.