Oxidative Therapies (IV Ozone, Hydrogen Peroxide & UVBI)

Oxidative Therapies Course Objective

To administer oxidative therapies: Ozone, Hydrogen Peroxide and UltraViolet Blood Irradiation (UVBI); effectively, efficiently and safely by providing the practitioner with the knowledge and hands on training to maximize learning in a clinical setting.


The course is taught with the intention of maximizing learning by incorporating lecture format, audio visual aids, behavior modeling, case studies with discussions, role playing and action learning. We emphasize hands on learning to accelerate skill development. We provide quick reference charts for your IV and injection suite. We do not just want knowledgeable Doctors, we want effective, efficient, safe, and successful Doctors.


Includes PowerPoint presentations.

Learning Aids

The Ozone Procedures Chart and The UVBI Procedures Chart.

Action Learning Practicum

Administration of one Ozone (major autohaemotherapy) and/or one UVBI treatment.

The Program

The Oxidative Therapies Course (Ozone, Hydrogen Peroxide and UV Blood Irradiation) takes place over two days. During the two days we cover the history/background information of the individual treatments, the different applications of each treatments, the necessary equipment for the treatment, case studies and hands on experience. Extensive background information is given on IV ozone, which provides the necessary foundation for Hydrogen Peroxide and UV blood Irradiation. The mechanism on IV ozone is taught in great detail, in order to provide an understanding of the treatments, its adverse side effects and the potential harmful complications. Case studies are presented and discussion is encouraged. In order to facilitate learning, hands on experience is required and all attendees get to administer one IV ozone and one UVB treatment. As we are all well aware, what is taught in the classroom is different from the practical application and the seminar takes this into consideration. By ensuring hands on experience the practical aspects and possible worse case scenarios of the treatment can be dealt with in an environment with knowledgeable staff that will walk the attendee through the appropriate steps. We provide the contact information for the suppliers and have various other suggestions necessary for the implementation of these treatments in a responsible manner. All materials provided are extensively referenced and quick reference charts are provided to guide Dr’s through the process efficiently and effectively.

Day 1

8:00 Registration

8:30-9:15 Review: Naturopathic Oath and How People Learn.

9:15-9:30 Introduction to Oxidative Therapies

9:30-10:00 Ozone: The natural occurrence and properties of ozone, the use in industry and technology, and the historical development of ozone therapy.

10:00-11:00 The therapeutic uses and applications in therapy of arterial circulatory disorders, external ulcers and skin lesions, pathological intestinal conditions, infections and virus caused diseases, carcinogenic conditions, geriatric conditions, rheumatism and arthritis.

11:00-12:00 The manufacture and quality control of medical ozone, how to generate it, its disassociation and half-life values, and its composition and effect, necessary equipment for its use. Ozone mechanisms of action, antioxidants, influence of ozone on red blood cell metabolism, action of ozone on immunocompetent cells (cytokine induction), platelets and their behavior under ozone.

12:00-12:30 Concentrations and quantities administered by various applications methods in the treatment of disease conditions.

12:30-1:00 Application methods: major autohemotherapy, minor autohemotherapy, rectal and vaginal ozone application and topical application.

1:00-2:00 Lunch

2:00-5:30 or 6pm:

Adverse side effects and potential harmful complications.

Hands-on learning where students each start one IV ozone.

Case studies and discussion. Contact information for suppliers, researched material and administration technique summarized in a handy quick reference chart.

Day 2

8:00-9:15 Discussion

9:15-9:30 Hydrogen Peroxide therapy: What is it? History in Medicine.

9:30-11:00 Mechanism of action. Medical and industrial applications. Methods of administration (oral, topical and IV). Contraindications. Toxicity. Formulas. Infusion procedure and scheduling. Equipment. References and additional readings.

11:00-1:00 UltraViolet Blood Irradiation (UVBI) What is it? How does it work? History in Medicine. Benefits. Photochemical reaction. Method of administration. Contraindications. Summary of clinical reports: infectious hepatitis A and B, polio, bronchial asthma, appendicitis, septicemia, infection. Equipment. Summary chart for quick reference. References and additional readings.

1:00-2:00 Lunch


Hands-on learning where students each start one IV ozone.

Case studies and discussion. Contact information for suppliers, researched material and administration technique summarized in a handy quick reference chart.

Practical Exam: Must administer one treatment of Ozone and or one treatment of UVBI.

Written Exam: on materials presented.

Demo Content

Ozone Applications - Rectal Ozone Insufflation