Oxyvenation Sessions

Oxyvenation is treatment with small oxygen bubbles made available to the bloodstream. It is an alternative to hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which is carried out in a pressure chamber. The amount of oxygen and speed of delivery is gradually increased at each session as more oxygen is tolerated.
Oxyvenation was developed by Dr. Regelsberger MD in Germany, who has been using it safely for over 30 years. The following objective benefits have been observed following a course of oxyvenation:
  • Doppler ultrasonography improvements
  • Blood tests: improvement of liver and kidney values
  • Improvement of visual acuity(1)
  • Temperature regulation documented by thermography
  • Treadmill stress test improvements
To gain the most from oxyvenation it is recommended that patients are taking food supplements that enhance performance of body functions. An assessment by Tom or Jacqueline Greenfield is required to ensure suitability for oxyvenation. A series of 20 oxyvenation sessions over a short period provides an optimal treatment package. A baseline laboratory test with a Functional Medicine analysis for £125 is recommended, and can be done by either Tom or Jacqueline Greenfield.

People with certain conditions may not be suitable for oxygenation treatment, such as atrial septal defect, pneumonia and acute febrile infection. It is not recommended to have oxyvenation if you are a smoker, also please tell us if you are asthmatic.  Oxyvenation is suitable for people with dry, but not wet macular degeneration.(1)

Price:
  • A package of 20 oxyvenation sessions taken 3-5 times per week for optimal effect: £2,080, plus half-hour initial assessment £50
  • Pay in full: £1990 including initial evaluation
  • Top-up sessions: £54 per session, or £995 for 10 sessions
  • Laboratory blood testing is required at £29.50, testing every 2 - 3 weeks
  • Additional lab monitoring may be recommended

References: (1) Beeke C. Kreutzer FJ. EHK 2007; 56(12): 740-744. DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-986008