Ozone Therapy Offers Hope to Lyme Patients




An alternative health clinic, LifeWorks Wellness Center, is now routinely offering ozone therapy to Lyme disease patients as part of its treatment program. The clinic’s Medical Director, David Minkoff, M.D., is on the board of the American Academy of Ozonotherapy and is considered to be a pioneer in the use of ozone for Lyme disease.

Minkoff states, “When someone is diagnosed with Lyme, it can be devastating as it can be such a debilitating disease. Most of the patients we see have tried numerous treatment programs but have seen little improvement. Their research leads them to read about the benefits of ozone and then to ultimately find our clinic.”

Ozone therapy differs from other Lyme treatment programs as it can substantially increase the blood’s oxygen which, in turn, facilitates healing in many different ways. It can detoxify the liver, de-clog the blood cells, enhance the immune system and kill viruses and bacteria.

Based in Clearwater, Florida, LifeWorks offers hope to Lyme patients from all over the country with its uniquely effective, multi-protocol program.

For more information, call 727-466-6789 or visit LifeworksWellnessCenter.com.

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