How Much Does Ozone Therapy Cost?
If you’re planning on using ozone to treat a health condition, you want to know how much money you will need to spend. Unfortunately, most ozone practitioners do not display the prices on their websites. So, I decided to email and call them to find out exactly how much they charge. I also posted questions in our Facebook group to get answers from patients about how much they paid. Here is what I learned about how much ozone therapy costs:
Prices for ozone therapy vary wildly: intravenous ozone treatments cost from $100 to $1,200, ozone injections into joints (prolozone) cost between $30 and $350, dental ozone treatments between $80 and $200, and ozone saunas between $30 and $180.
The differences in prices depend on the location of the doctor’s office, the type of ozone treatment, and how much in demand the health care provider is. Medical doctors tend to charge more than naturopathic practitioners. Offices in more remote locations have on average lower prices than places in more populated areas.
Here, the details:
How much does prolozone therapy cost?
Prolozone injections are one of the least expensive when compared to other ozone treatments but they have some of the biggest price differences. Knee injections tend to cost less than hip injections. A place in Nebraska charges $20 to $30 dollars per ozone injection. A sought after ozone doctor in Nevada asks $350 for the same procedure.
A place in Denver does the injections for $42.
Most doctors also charge a first consultation fee which can range from $75 to $500.
More than 10 years ago, I paid $25 for one knee injection at a doctor’s office in upstate New York plus $200 for the consultation.
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How much does intravenous ozone therapy cost?
There are many different types of intravenous ozone treatments, for example:
- 10 pass
- major autohemotherapy (MAH)
- ozonated saline
- direct intravenous ozone injections (DIV)
- extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation (EBOO)
Additionally, some doctors offer their own specialized versions of ozone IVs, like chezone (chelation and ozone IVs), DIV combined with a saline drip, or multi-passes combined with ultraviolet blood irradiation (UVBI).
Most doctors will require a consultation before booking your first ozone IV. This may include laboratory tests or dark field microscopy. The prices for the first doctor visit can range from $75 to $500.
One doctor’s office in Florida I talked to was willing to waive the consultation for patients with prior experience with ozone therapy.
Here I’m listing the most popular intravenous ozone treatments, with prices ranging from the highest to lowest:
How much does 10 pass ozone therapy cost?
The 10 pass is the second most expensive intravenous ozone therapy in the US (EBOO being the most expensive). A few years ago the average price for one 10 pass was around $1,000. Since then, they have gone down to around $600, with some practitioners charging $400 per infusion. Most doctors sell 10 passes in packages of 10 or offer special deals.
Dr. Alexander Haskell in Utah charges $400 for one 10 pass.
According to Dr. Haas’ price list, you can get ten 10 passes for $4,500 at her Southern California location. The regular price is $550.
How much do multi-pass ozone treatments cost?
Many doctors give patients the option of doing lesser number of passes, instead of doing the whole 10 right away. They then charge per pass for each additional pass.
Multi-passes of often have a starting price with the per pass price for each added pass ranging from $50 to $150.
How much does major autohemotherapy (MAH) cost?
This standard ozone treatment is now also called a “single pass” and costs from $135 to $325. Most doctors charge $160 to $185 per IV plus the first consultation.
An ozone clinic in Colorado’s capital charges $130 for one MAH, or $190 if you combine it with UVBI (ultraviolet blood irradiation).
How much do ozonated saline IVs cost?
More and more doctors are offering ozonated saline IVs. The prices range from $135 to $300 per drip.
How much do direct intravenous ozone injections cost (DIV)?
Doctors who offer DIV don’t like to advertise it.
A known ozone doctor on the East Coast charges $110 per direct intravenous injection or $1,100 for a package of 12 treatments.
How much does EBOO ozone therapy cost?
EBOO stands for “extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation” and has been popularized by Ed McCabe. In the US, it’s the most expensive ozone treatment.
The Detox Life in Arizona asks for $1,500 for one EBOO session.
At The Bio Sanctuary in Texas, one EBOO costs $1,800 – if you qualify for it. Not everyone does, says the clinic’s medical director. If you don’t, she may suggest to go for the Bio Clear 7 day preparatory cleanse which builds you up for the EBOO and includes many other IVs. The whole package runs at $5,900.
A patient receives major autohemotherapy (MAH) during an ozone course in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.
How much does dental ozone therapy cost?
Many biological dentists use ozone as part of their standard treatments and don’t charge for it separately. They offer ozonated water as an oral rinse before a dental treatment or during a cleaning procedure.
Cavitation surgery is another intervention where ozone is regularly used. Dentists apply ozone to sterilize the wound and improve wound healing. The price for the ozone is usually billed as part of the whole procedure.
Ozone injections around a tooth cost from $100 to $135 per area to be treated.
Trays are another dental ozone treatment many holistic dentists offer. The custom made trays cost $800 plus around $100 per ozone treatment.
Some dental health care providers also offer periodontal, ear, or nasal insufflations with one dentist in Indiana charging $100 to $120 per treatment.
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Is ozone therapy covered by health insurance?
In the US, ozone therapy is not covered by health insurance. You will have to pay for it out of pocket.
Exception: workers in Southern California can sign up with SIMNSA and go across the border to Mexico to get medical treatments including ozone therapy.
In Spain, the health insurance AXA covers the cost of ozone therapy if it’s used to treat pain.
In Germany certain private health insurers reimburse the cost of ozone treatments up to around $300 per year.
How much does ozone therapy cost in other countries?
Ozone therapy is practiced all over the world and the prices are often considerably lower than in the US.
Here a few examples:
The actual prices will differ depending on the current exchange rate.
Europe: Dr. Johann Lahodny, the inventor of the 10 pass currently charges €150 (US$165) per 10 pass, €250 (US$275) per 20 pass, and €100 (US$110) per 2,000 ml rectal insufflations. The first consultation, which includes the diagnosis, costs €50 (US$55) .
The Y/Ozono clinic in Spain offers 10 passes for €200 (US$222) and DIVs for €50 (US$55).
Asia: There are clinics in India which charge between US$82 to US$150 for one EBOO. A place in Indonesia asks US$ for the same procedure, and a clinic in the Philippines asks for US$ 120. You can find their addresses here.
South America: A doctor in Medellin, Columbia, charges $163 for an entire 10 pass and $30 for one DIV.
Canada: A place in British Columbia asks US$266 (CAD350) for one 10 pass plus around US$65 for the first consultation.
Example of a home ozone setup for an ozone sauna: oxygen concentrator, an external low flow regulator, an ozone generator, and a sauna tent with the steamer pot.
How much does ozone therapy cost when done at home?
An ozone setup for home use can cost between $900 to several thousand dollars. On average people spend around $1,500 to $2,000 which includes the cost of oxygen.
The running costs are minimal: catheters cost $0.85 apiece if bought in bulk, an oxygen tank refill costs between $10 and $30 and can last several months.
How much do you pay, where and for what type of ozone therapy? Let me know in the comments below.
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About the author:
I’m Paola the Crazy Old Ozone Lady behind The Power of Ozone. I’m a licensed naturopathic practitioner, natural health consultant, ozone therapy enthusiast, researcher, and ozone therapy analyst. I hold certificates in ozone therapy, hyperbaric ozone applications, Oxyvenierung, and the Andrew Cutler chelation. I own several ozone generators including a German hyperbaric 10 Pass machine. I have been using ozone for over 13 years, I’ve chelated with the ACC program for close to 5 years and I’ve been carnivore for nearly 1.5 years. This website serves as a resource for those who are interested in ozone therapy and other approaches to successfully manage chronic conditions.
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