Immune Support

Peptide Therapy


Peptides are amino acids that are linked together to create short chains, similar to small proteins, which act as signaling molecules in the body. Currently, over 7,000 naturally occurring peptides are known. These peptides bind to receptors on the cell surface in order to communicate with and direct other molecules.

Peptide therapy, therefore, uses very specific peptides for therapeutic purposes. The treatment is safe and well-tolerated due to the specificity of the peptides. Additionally, since January of 2015, there are over 60 FDA-approved peptide medications, 140 peptide medications in clinical trial, and 500 peptide medications in pre-clinical development. The majority of peptide medications are administered intradermally, however, oral tablets, nasal sprays, and transdermal creams are available.

Please call us at 888-381-8556 to schedule an appointment

Peptides have a wide-range of effects due to the variability in structure and number. For example, growth hormone secretagogues, which is one class of peptides, secretes natural human growth hormone in the body. These specific peptides are beneficial for a multitude of conditions, such as: obesity, age-related conditions, osteoporosis, and chronic inflammatory disorders.

A second example is Thymosin alpha 1, or Ta1. Ta1 is a naturally-occurring produced by the thymus gland. This peptide consists of 28 amino acids that stimulates a variety of cells in the immune system. As the active ingredient in Zadaxin, an immune modulating medication, Ta1 has shown clinical benefits in treating impaired or ineffective immune function. Additionally, Ta1 has been used to treat chronic or acute infections, autoimmune disorders, some cancers, oxidative damage, and tumor growth. The peptide also exhibits antifungal and antibacterial properties. Ta1 is injected subcutaneously and is generally well tolerated with an excellent safety profile.

A third example is Thymosin Beta 4, or TB4. This peptide plays an important role in the healing process. When the body starts the process of recovery, TB4 initiates the creation of new blood vessels throughout the injured area, allowing for blood, nutrients, and reparative cells to access the site. TB4 also contains anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties, which contribute to the successful treatment of numerous conditions, such as: infections, autoimmune disorders, colds, influenza, and Lyme Disease.

One last example is Cerebrolysin. Cerebrolysin is a very small peptide that has the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier, allowing it to act directly on the central nervous system neurons. This peptide has shown therapeutic effects by improving metabolic activity in brain tissue, protecting neurons from toxic substances, and stimulating the central and peripheral nervous systems. Additionally, Cerebrolysin may be used to enhance cognitive functions, including: memory, motivation, and creativity.

As talked about above, peptide therapy may be used to treat numerous conditions due to its variety of effects. These effects range from immune modulation to tissue repair. Please give our center a call to discuss if Peptide Therapy may be the right fit for you!

Medical Ozone Therapy


Ozone Therapy consists of a chemical compound that is derived from three oxygen atoms. Triatomic oxygen, or O3, has a higher energy level than regular atmospheric oxygen, otherwise known as diatomic oxygen, or O2. Medical Ozone Therapy combines a precise concentration and dosage of both triatomic and diatomic oxygen (O3 and O2); a combination that is prepared using pure medical-grade oxygen with silent electrical discharge.

Please call us at 888-381-8556 to schedule an appointment

Ozone was first discovered by C.F. Schonbein, a German scientist, in 1840. Over the course of the next 60 years, ozone was used to purify blood in test tubes, for ozone steam saunas and generators, to purify water systems, and, additionally, many books were written on the therapeutic uses. In the early 1900s, ozonated water, ozonated olive oil, and ozone injections were routinely being used therapeutically and medically. For example, during World War I, Ozone Therapy proved successful in treating wounds, gangrene, and exposure to poisonous gas. Dr. H. Wolff was the first practitioner to administer Ozone Therapy intravenously in 1940, and since, many articles and books have been written showing the effectiveness of Ozone Therapy in treating a multitude of illnesses. From its discovery in 1840, Ozone Therapy has been recognized as a medical treatment option in numerous countries, including: France, Germany, Poland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Russia, Singapore, and Romania, to name a few.

Ozone is an extremely powerful oxidizing agent and, in turn, a highly successful disinfectant. Current research concludes that Ozone has tremendously effective anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties. Ozone also stimulates the circulatory system, leading to improvements seem in circulatory disorders and organic functions. Additionally, it is a powerful immune system regulator, providing relief to those with both underactive and overactive immune systems. By activating glutathione and superoxide dismutase, ozone also has the ability to stimulate antioxidant systems and free radical scavengers within the body. By doing so, antioxidant capabilities and protection are enhanced and mitochondrial dysfunction and chronic inflammation can be positively impacted. More specifically, by stimulating the mitochondria, the energy available for your cells to use in every bodily function is enhanced. Lastly, Ozone Therapy improves oxygen uptake by activating an enzyme called diphosphoglycerate. By improving oxygen uptake, your body can suppress infections and more effectively kill resistant bacteria, viruses, or yeast.

Autoimmune Disorders

  • Lupus
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic Fatigue

Circulatory Diseases

  • Neuropathy
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Peripheral Artery Disease

Viral Diseases

  • Influenza
  • Epstein-Barr Virus
  • Cytomegalovirus
  • Hepatitis
  • Herpes Simplex Virus

Intestinal Disorders

  • Crohn’s
  • Ulcerative Colitis

As well as: detoxification, inflammation, wounds, degenerative joints, eye disorders, and general fatigue.

Because Ozone can not become a patented process, very little incentive exists for additional research studies to be conducted in the United States. Ozone also has the capability to treat a multitude of illnesses without side effects. Meaning, if ozone were to replace other, more expensive therapy options, the economic impact could be massive.

Major Autohemotherapy

Major autohemotherapy treats the patient’s own blood, outside of the body, before reinfusion back into the body. Between 100 and 150 milliliters of the patient’s blood is drawn in a sterile environment, and externally enriched with a specific concentration of ozone. The ozone has a one-hundred percent reactivity rate, fully activating the red and white blood cells’ vital activities. The activated blood is then immediately reinfused back into the patient’s system. This method is useful for treatment of circulatory disorders, revitalization, and viral diseases.

Minor Autohemotherapy

Minor autohemotherapy uses a similar process to major autohemotherapy. However, the activated blood is rather injected intramuscularly for a more nonspecific immunological activation. This method may be better suited for allergies or for general health and wellness.

Topical Application

There are a few forms of topical applications. Ozonated water and ozonated olive oil are used for dermatological issues such as acne, eczemas, or conditions due to mold, fungus, or lichens. Additionally, using bag-like contraptions made to fit legs, arms, hands, and feet, ozone is fed through the closed system to reach its intended destination. This method is suggested for treating sores, lesions, ulcers, wounds, infections, and shingles, to name a few.

The M Center for Integrative Wellness, LLC is not offering Ozone Therapy as a cure for any condition, disease, or injury. No statements or treatments on this website have been evaluated or approved by the FDA. This website contains no medical advice. All statements and opinions on this website are provided for educational and informational purposes only. We do not diagnose or treat via this website. Our center is offering patient-funded research to treat individuals with autologous (their own) blood ozone and is not involved in the use or manufacture of any investigational drugs.

Other Cutting Edge Therapies


The M Center works in conjunction with a well-established international research facility to promote viral and Lyme healing. We strive to combat Ebstein‑Barr Virus, Herpes Simplex Virus 1 and 2, Coxsackievirus, Borrelia burgdorferi, and more. Please contact our office for more information!

"The wound is the place where the Light enters you." -Rumi

Immune Support

Peptide Therapy


Peptides are amino acids that are linked together to create short chains, similar to small proteins, which act as signaling molecules in the body. Currently, over 7,000 naturally occurring peptides are known. These peptides bind to receptors on the cell surface in order to communicate with and direct other molecules.

Peptide therapy, therefore, uses very specific peptides for therapeutic purposes. The treatment is safe and well-tolerated due to the specificity of the peptides. Additionally, since January of 2015, there are over 60 FDA-approved peptide medications, 140 peptide medications in clinical trial, and 500 peptide medications in pre-clinical development. The majority of peptide medications are administered intradermally, however, oral tablets, nasal sprays, and transdermal creams are available.

Please call us at 888-381-8556 to schedule an appointment

Peptides have a wide-range of effects due to the variability in structure and number. For example, growth hormone secretagogues, which is one class of peptides, secretes natural human growth hormone in the body. These specific peptides are beneficial for a multitude of conditions, such as: obesity, age-related conditions, osteoporosis, and chronic inflammatory disorders.

A second example is Thymosin alpha 1, or Ta1. Ta1 is a naturally-occurring produced by the thymus gland. This peptide consists of 28 amino acids that stimulates a variety of cells in the immune system. As the active ingredient in Zadaxin, an immune modulating medication, Ta1 has shown clinical benefits in treating impaired or ineffective immune function. Additionally, Ta1 has been used to treat chronic or acute infections, autoimmune disorders, some cancers, oxidative damage, and tumor growth. The peptide also exhibits antifungal and antibacterial properties. Ta1 is injected subcutaneously and is generally well tolerated with an excellent safety profile.

A third example is Thymosin Beta 4, or TB4. This peptide plays an important role in the healing process. When the body starts the process of recovery, TB4 initiates the creation of new blood vessels throughout the injured area, allowing for blood, nutrients, and reparative cells to access the site. TB4 also contains anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties, which contribute to the successful treatment of numerous conditions, such as: infections, autoimmune disorders, colds, influenza, and Lyme Disease.

One last example is Cerebrolysin. Cerebrolysin is a very small peptide that has the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier, allowing it to act directly on the central nervous system neurons. This peptide has shown therapeutic effects by improving metabolic activity in brain tissue, protecting neurons from toxic substances, and stimulating the central and peripheral nervous systems. Additionally, Cerebrolysin may be used to enhance cognitive functions, including: memory, motivation, and creativity.

As talked about above, peptide therapy may be used to treat numerous conditions due to its variety of effects. These effects range from immune modulation to tissue repair. Please give our center a call to discuss if Peptide Therapy may be the right fit for you!

Medical Ozone Therapy


Ozone Therapy consists of a chemical compound that is derived from three oxygen atoms. Triatomic oxygen, or O3, has a higher energy level than regular atmospheric oxygen, otherwise known as diatomic oxygen, or O2. Medical Ozone Therapy combines a precise concentration and dosage of both triatomic and diatomic oxygen (O3 and O2); a combination that is prepared using pure medical-grade oxygen with silent electrical discharge.

Please call us at 888-381-8556 to schedule an appointment

Ozone was first discovered by C.F. Schonbein, a German scientist, in 1840. Over the course of the next 60 years, ozone was used to purify blood in test tubes, for ozone steam saunas and generators, to purify water systems, and, additionally, many books were written on the therapeutic uses. In the early 1900s, ozonated water, ozonated olive oil, and ozone injections were routinely being used therapeutically and medically. For example, during World War I, Ozone Therapy proved successful in treating wounds, gangrene, and exposure to poisonous gas. Dr. H. Wolff was the first practitioner to administer Ozone Therapy intravenously in 1940, and since, many articles and books have been written showing the effectiveness of Ozone Therapy in treating a multitude of illnesses. From its discovery in 1840, Ozone Therapy has been recognized as a medical treatment option in numerous countries, including: France, Germany, Poland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Russia, Singapore, and Romania, to name a few.

Ozone is an extremely powerful oxidizing agent and, in turn, a highly successful disinfectant. Current research concludes that Ozone has tremendously effective anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties. Ozone also stimulates the circulatory system, leading to improvements seem in circulatory disorders and organic functions. Additionally, it is a powerful immune system regulator, providing relief to those with both underactive and overactive immune systems. By activating glutathione and superoxide dismutase, ozone also has the ability to stimulate antioxidant systems and free radical scavengers within the body. By doing so, antioxidant capabilities and protection are enhanced and mitochondrial dysfunction and chronic inflammation can be positively impacted. More specifically, by stimulating the mitochondria, the energy available for your cells to use in every bodily function is enhanced. Lastly, Ozone Therapy improves oxygen uptake by activating an enzyme called diphosphoglycerate. By improving oxygen uptake, your body can suppress infections and more effectively kill resistant bacteria, viruses, or yeast.

Autoimmune Disorders

  • Lupus
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic Fatigue

Circulatory Diseases

  • Neuropathy
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Peripheral Artery Disease

Viral Diseases

  • Influenza
  • Epstein-Barr Virus
  • Cytomegalovirus
  • Hepatitis
  • Herpes Simplex Virus

Intestinal Disorders

  • Crohn’s
  • Ulcerative Colitis

As well as: detoxification, inflammation, wounds, degenerative joints, eye disorders, and general fatigue.

Because Ozone can not become a patented process, very little incentive exists for additional research studies to be conducted in the United States. Ozone also has the capability to treat a multitude of illnesses without side effects. Meaning, if ozone were to replace other, more expensive therapy options, the economic impact could be massive.

Major Autohemotherapy

Major autohemotherapy treats the patient’s own blood, outside of the body, before reinfusion back into the body. Between 100 and 150 milliliters of the patient’s blood is drawn in a sterile environment, and externally enriched with a specific concentration of ozone. The ozone has a one-hundred percent reactivity rate, fully activating the red and white blood cells’ vital activities. The activated blood is then immediately reinfused back into the patient’s system. This method is useful for treatment of circulatory disorders, revitalization, and viral diseases.

Minor Autohemotherapy

Minor autohemotherapy uses a similar process to major autohemotherapy. However, the activated blood is rather injected intramuscularly for a more nonspecific immunological activation. This method may be better suited for allergies or for general health and wellness.

Topical Application

There are a few forms of topical applications. Ozonated water and ozonated olive oil are used for dermatological issues such as acne, eczemas, or conditions due to mold, fungus, or lichens. Additionally, using bag-like contraptions made to fit legs, arms, hands, and feet, ozone is fed through the closed system to reach its intended destination. This method is suggested for treating sores, lesions, ulcers, wounds, infections, and shingles, to name a few.

The M Center for Integrative Wellness, LLC is not offering Ozone Therapy as a cure for any condition, disease, or injury. No statements or treatments on this website have been evaluated or approved by the FDA. This website contains no medical advice. All statements and opinions on this website are provided for educational and informational purposes only. We do not diagnose or treat via this website. Our center is offering patient-funded research to treat individuals with autologous (their own) blood ozone and is not involved in the use or manufacture of any investigational drugs.

Other Cutting Edge Therapies


The M Center works in conjunction with a well-established international research facility to promote viral and Lyme healing. We strive to combat Ebstein‑Barr Virus, Herpes Simplex Virus 1 and 2, Coxsackievirus, Borrelia burgdorferi, and more. Please contact our office for more information!

“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” -Rumi