Margo Roman, DVM | Combining Microbiome Restorative Therapy and Ozone to Successfully Treat Chronic and Acute Diseases
Dr. Roman gave the following presentation at our 2019 conference.
She answers the following questions:
- What is Micro Biome Restorative Therapy and how does it differ from a fecal transplant?
- Why is it critical to use ozone when performing an MBRT treatment?
- How do I safely and effectively administer MBRT and ozone therapy to animals?
Ozone can enhance the success of Micro Biome Restorative Therapy MBRT. A healthy fecal transplants can help animals, like humans, with certain medical conditions and chronic diseases that have developed from or exacerbated by damage to the microbiome.
Damage resulting from exposure to antibiotics and other drugs, environmental chemicals, and poor diet can weakened immune system. Medical conditions and diseases include parvo, giardia, Lyme, irritable bowel, pancreatic insufficiency, Cancer, kidney and liver failure, and allergies. Ozone therapy can also assist in the removal of the biofilm in the gut, important for restoration and better outcomes.
For over 40 years, Dr Roman has practiced integrative and functional veterinarian medicine, healing animals with a variety of successful treatments and therapies. She has completed more than 7,000 MBRT and over 40,000 ozone treatments in animals and is a regarded veterinary leader in her field. Her clinic is the first to establish a Fecal Bank for cats and dogs.
Dr. Roman will discuss the work of her clinic in improving animal health and medical issues including behavior from aggressive to friendly. She will include some new techniques in ozone therapy and UVBI used in Animals.