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EBOO Therapy

Extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation, or EBOO, is a form of ozone IV therapy that utilizes a dialysis filter to oxygenate and ozonate blood to provide a number of benefits.

Brief Overview of Ozone Therapy

Ozone has a bad reputation, because most know it as the substance that toxifies the air and causes potentially severe respiratory problems. Indeed, ozone is not good for the lungs, and inhalation should be avoided. However, when the oxidative powers of ozone are harnessed and applied directly to infections, or even to healthy blood cells, it becomes a powerhouse of healing.

Ozone differs from the molecular oxygen you breathe by a single oxygen atom.  Ozone has three atoms of oxygen, whereas the stuff you want to breathe (molecular oxygen) has only two atoms.  That extra atom of oxygen is anxious to escape (i.e. ozone is a very unstable molecule), and it will jump ship at the first opportunity.  When we intentionally direct ozone to pathogens, or to almost any living cell, we give that extra oxygen atom an irresistible opportunity to leave the ozone molecule, and so it does.  That oxygen atom binds to its new host and steals an electron in a process known as oxidation.

Through oxidation, pathogens are incapacitated and destroyed.  This is essentially the same mechanism of sanitation for hydrogen peroxide or bleach, but one that can happen within your bloodstream.  But pathogens are not the only reactive substances in your bloodstream.  Many molecules are readily accepting of that extra oxygen atom, and a series of beneficial physiologic processes may occur.  According to clinical studies, ozone stimulates the immune system to attack harmful bacteria, fungi, and viruses in order to generate an immunological response to infectious disease. It also improves the utilization of oxygen within the cells, which reduces ischemia in cardiovascular diseases. It can also release growth factors to help regenerate damaged joints and deteriorated discs.  Ozone is a well-established stimulant of superoxide mutase (SOD) production.  SOD is known to increase telomerase activity, which can reverse the aging effect on your DNA.  In other words, exposing your blood to ozone may be one of the most powerful anti-aging therapies we have!  

To top it all off, when the extra oxygen molecule jumps ship from ozone to do the things mentioned above, you are left with molecular oxygen in your blood.  This is above and beyond what you normally take up through your lungs, and therefore your blood becomes hyper-oxygenated as a result of ozone therapy.  Oxygen boosts physiologic function, improves the efficiency of red blood cells, and even kills cancer cells.  Many people report feeling a great improvement in energy and stamina following ozone therapy.

What is EBOO?

Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation

EBOO is the most potent method of delivering ozone to your blood that we have. Dr Robert Rowan, a pioneer in many ways for the medical use of ozone in the United States, has shown that EBOO can deliver three to four times the amount of ozone to the blood as our next powerful therapy, the so-called hyperbaric multi-pass ozone therapy [1].

EBOO is also known as Ozone Dialysis, because it employs a dialysis filter (dialyzer) as the mechanism to facilitate the passive exchange of ozone to the blood.  In brief, blood is slowly and continuously pumped out of one arm,  passed through the dialyzer, and returned to your bloodstream through your other arm.  While the blood is passing through the dialyzer in one direction, ozone is flowing through the dialyzer in the opposite direction at a continuous rate and at a specified concentration (referred to as the gamma).  The ozone and the blood are flowing through separate chambers within the dialyzer, but passive exchange occurs due to the porosity of the membrane that separates the two.  Depending on patient tolerance and specific medical indications, we can vary the ozone concentration, the flow rate of the blood, and the overall duration of treatment (typically 60 minutes) to custom-tailor the total dose of ozone.

Our EBOO is a closed, sterile system, and your blood is never exposed to outside elements.

What should I expect during and after treatment?

An EBOO therapy requires a commitment of approximately 90 minutes. Assuming you are well-hydrated and you have eaten a good meal, you should feel little to no effect of having your blood withdrawn into the EBOO circulation system. During the course of the treatment, you may observe a stark difference in the color of your blood between the outflowing and inflowing tubes. Generally, the blood becomes much brighter red after passing through the dialyzer, due to the hyper-oxygenation. This is a good thing!

There will usually be a small amount of clear precipitate or drainage from your blood during treatment, which our system collects in a clear container. This drainage has been shown to contain common blood constituents, such as urea, but will sometimes contain toxins, such as heavy metals, microplastics, and fungus spores. We do not have a way to test the make-up of this fluid for every patient, but it is good to know that some toxins are able to be eliminated from your system during an EBOO treatment. This cannot be said of any other ozone therapy!

Following treatment, you may return to life as usual, except that you may be inclined to knock out some big projects around the house! Many people will feel a significant gain in energy, with noticeably better breathing and sharper thinking. For some, the effect is immediate and powerful, while others don't feel it until the next day. Regardless of what positive feelings you may experience, you can expect to have an overall improvement in wellness and a reduced burden of pathogens. Those things are not always felt, but should always be valued highly.
Depending on your treatment protocol, you may require more than one therapy. For most patients, we start with one treatment a week for three weeks, and then go into maintenance. But you do not need to commit to an entire series. You can do just one, and experience the benefits for yourself!

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Medical Scribe

Seema first came on almost 2 years ago to work for a separate company owned by the Wells’s. Her and her family have been patients of Dr. Wells at Whole Health for years so for her to find this opportunity was not a far stretch! Though she often works “on the other side”, because the two businesses are right next to each other, in her free time during work she has crossed over to help in a variety of ways whenever she has free time during the work day. She can be seen helping scribe for our providers when the need arises, helping with packing and shipping supplements as time allows, and many other little things. You can say that she is a jacquelyn-of-all-trades! Whichever role she is working in, she truly felt like “God was calling [her] to work at Whole Health” and it has abundantly been a blessing to both her and to us!

Seema graduated with an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience at Trinity University and she is currently studying and attending classes to apply for PA school. So to be in the jobs that she has been in, has been a great testimony that the Lord orchestrated her steps to have this experience already as she goes back to school! 

Outside the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, taking walks, working outside on her family’s farm, reading, and doing yarn crafts.


Patient Advocate

As a former EMT and a relatively new Houstonian, when Wyatt first applied for the position, he applied to be a patient advocate. At the time, store and IV associate was in more need, so he was hired for that position. He graciously accepted the offer and served that position with a smile, always learning and striving to help patients and staff feel safe and at home. Both patients and staff alike soon grew to love his humor, friendliness, and heart. He has loved getting to know the patients and making those personable connections with them. Whether talking about sad and hard to take news, obnoxious conspiracy theories, snake bites, or just friendly conversation, he has enjoyed developing those relationships with both patients and staff alike. 

After working at that position for a little over a year, his original intent to be a patient advocate came true! He has transitioned seamlessly and helps patients with even greater intentionality, heart, and personableness as before. Like Michelle, he is another bridge from provider to patient when questions need to be answered. He has enjoyed being a part of each patient’s health journey and their path to healing.

When his boots aren’t striding in the office, you will find him, his wife, and three boys loving the outdoors. They enjoy camping (the true, primitive kind), hiking, and hunting. He loves connecting with God’s nature and creation. He also loves to play board games and host game nights with friends.

Patricia "Pat"

Lab Reports and Relations Specialist

When Pat and her husband first moved to Orlando in 2012, her husband encouraged her to follow after her dreams. She had desired to do something in the medical field for years. She was intrigued by how you can find out so much about a person by their blood. She got her Phlebotomy certificate and started working at a hospital.

In 2017, her husband went to Houston to help with the Hurricane Harvey clean up. He felt like that there was where they were supposed to be, so she started looking for a job. She really wanted to be in a doctor’s office where she could learn, and also be able to share God’s love with others. After several months of looking, and much prayer, God opened a door for her to become a phlebotomist with the Whole Health team. In her years she has worked in the office, she has not only learned so much, but she has been able to enjoy ministering to patients whether it was treating them, listening to their story, or simply just loving on them. From children to adults, she was adored by many.

In November 2021, her and her husband felt called to move back to Florida, this time to North Ft Myers, to pastor a church. Though working remotely, she still contributes tremendously to the practice. She does the practical job of filing faxes, labs, and so forth, as well as does research for some treatments. However, she still fulfills the ministering part of her job by mailing cards to patients in need of a prayer, word of encouragement, or just a simple Happy Birthday.

She loves being a mom and a grandma and adores spending time with her children and grandchildren!



Front Receptionist

Coming from being a receptionist at car dealerships, she was introduced to our practice through her friend, Meg Hanley, who just so happened to be one of our providers! Seeking for a fresh start on a new job path, Kayleb took the opportunity to become a front receptionist with us.

Being a receptionist is no small job and she has been thriving greatly! From getting patient appointments set up for the day, talking to patients, relaying calls to the right person, and checking people in, she has done it with such thoroughness, care, and a smile. She has loved creating personable relationships with the patients she interacts with. She has also enjoyed getting to know her co-workers as well. Her words, “best work environment I’ve come to know”.

Outside the office, she enjoys spending time with family, going to the beach, and traveling.

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Billing & Accounts Specialist

In Mariela’s first year with us, she started off as our front receptionist. Through her experience then, she found her niche in handling billing and accounts for our patients, thus bore the role that she has today. While that is her primary job, she is still always willing to lend a hand in checking in or checking out patients or any other small task when things get backed up. Whichever job she is doing, she always makes an effort to make our patients’ experience as personable and comfortable as possible. 

Before joining us, she has done a wide array of jobs over the years and even attended ministry school (fun fact)! The dynamic skills and experience she has acquired in those environments has shaped her in who she is today. She loves her work family and to be able to work in a Christian-centric environment, where she continually is being shaped into the beautiful human being she is.

In her spare time, she enjoys time with her dog, Oreo, watching funny videos, and listening to her favorite music artists (her favorite being Michael Bublé).


Patient Advocate / Admin Lead

Patient Advocate doesn’t even begin to describe Michelle’s integral role in our practice. Though her role is primarily known to be a bridge between the provider and patient to answer questions, you can make a laundry list of all the things she helps our staff and patients with on a daily basis. She wears many hats, which isn’t too far off from the job she had as a former high school teacher (plus being a mom of 4).

To quote it simply, she believes it was true “divine intervention” that the door was opened for her to join our team. She has demonstrated such leadership and compassion to everything she does. To be able to work in a faith-filled environment on a daily basis to minister to others and pray with them has been such a blessing to her. Combine that with being able to work with an incredible team and interact with our beloved patients, it has been an amazing and purposeful experience.

When not being the “office mom”, she loves being a mom to her kids alongside her husband, Humberto. Sports run heavily in the family, so she will be seen running around with them, cheering them on in any sport they participate in.


Store and IV Associate

While relatively new to our team, Brant has fully immersed himself in the medical realm for about 4 years. Before that, he was a middle school science teacher for more than 20 years, but was always fascinated by the medical field, thus prompted the switch in career paths. One of his passions has always been to help people so in some ways, his jump from helping kids to helping patients with their health is not that far off!

Brant handles much of the supplement sales and always makes sure that our patients, especially our IV ones, feel supported and cared for optimally and personably. As he has been working here, he has been learning something new every day, which always excites him. He also enjoys seeing the teamwork it takes to support everyone from patients to staff.

Along with learning new things, he loves traveling and animals, both of which he enjoys with his wife.


Design & Marketing Administrator

Evelyn has been with the Whole Health family for about 2 years now. You wouldn’t believe it when we say that she studied both her undergrad and master’s in Education! After being a teacher for 5 years, the Lord called her to move elsewhere. Unexpectedly taking a gap year, doing temporary jobs in between, she then was introduced to job openings at Whole Health through a mutual connection. Long story short, she has molded into her role of Design and Marketing Administrator. She manages graphical designs, delegates our supplement store business, and markets for all the things we offer and continue to expand to offer at Whole Health. She is discovering new passions, gifts, and skills as well as developing old ones through her job and enjoys helping even in the smallest of details.

Evelyn enjoys serving in her home church, listening to worship music, spending time with the ones she loves, and eating her favorite foods and cuisines. She hopes to travel more in the future as she also loves exploring nature and God’s creation.

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