COVID Antibody Testing

We are now offering COVID antibody testing. You can call to set-up a telemedicine visit to see if this is an option for you.

Let’s talk about health!

Call to set-up a telemedicine visit through our front desk: 503-505-9806. We are currently using Zoom for these visits. 

We can discuss medical ozone therapy and how we can get this treatment to you at home. How can ozone help right now?

Medical ozone rapidly reacts producing reactive oxygen species and lipid peroxidation products. Ozone has been studied for more than a century and has thousands of research articles published. Ozone has been shown in research to inactivate bacteria, viruses, fungi, and yeast. It can stimulate oxygen metabolism and help to activate our immune system. 

We can also drop ship products and offer curbside pick-up.

There are several labs that are still available so we can send test kits to you

There are several labs that are currently offering testing:

Improve your digestion by learning more about zonulin and other markers with the GutZoomer via stool testing. Learn about mycotoxins, heavy metal testing, environmental toxins, organic acids, hormone and metabolite testing and total toxic burden via urine testing is available.  We can offer hormone testing via saliva.

Here is more on ozone therapy:

Research on medical ozone:

Here is a link to a 2016 research article about ozone therapy at SARS.

Here is a press release about ozone showing promise in Italy:

“Medical ozone helps improve oxygenation and proved effective for SARS in 2002.  Currently there are 17 hospitals using SIOOT oxygen ozone therapy to treat people affected by COVID-19.  From preliminary reports from autopsies of those who died from COVID-19, it appears that the virus immediately attacks the microcirculation system causing widespread thrombosis.  Several hospitals are using Major AutoHemo Therapy (MAHT), a protocol that extracts the patient’s blood, bubbles oxygen ozone through the blood in a saline or heparin bag, and is infused back into the patient.  Patients showed clinical improvement in 1-2 days of receiving one infusion, one time a day. The earlier you treat the person the better the results you have.”

On the April 1, 2020, the SIOOT reports, “After practicing Oxygen Ozone Therapy, the doctors found the following evidence: a general improvement in clinical conditions, normalization of body temperature, a reduction in C Reactive Protein (PRC), normalization of heart rate, an improvement in saturation and reduction in oxygen support, normalization of renal function (creatinine).”

Also, please consider advocating for ozone and IV Vitamin C to be used to help treat those with COVID-19 or similar symptoms.


“Patients receiving IVC experienced shorter hospital stays and lower mortality, allowing greater access to intensive care resources (including ventilators) for other vulnerable patients.”

We can take this time to works towards health. 

In Health,

Lake Oswego Health Center

Accepting New Patients via telemedicine

We are able to establish care with new patients now via telemedicine. There are many insurance companies that have realized the importance of social distancing while still needing to support your healthcare needs. If your insurance plans covers us, it many only be a copay. There are many patients with Moda and Regence that have great coverage with us. We are also offering a special discount to patients who do not have coverage with us and pay our time of service discount. We are trying to be as available as possible to support you during this difficult time.

To schedule, please download Zoom which is free. Make sure we have your insurance information that is the most current. Call to schedule or for any questions.

Let’s use this forced “downtime” to get as healthy as possible. There is so much we can do in our day to day lives. We will be sending out newsletter articles to help you stay up to date with researched treatments for immune support and mood support as well.

Remember to disconnect daily and get some exercise.

In Health,

Lake Oswego Health Center

Dr. Bridghid McMonagle, Dr. Kaley Bourgeois, Dr. Madeleine Tuson-Turner

Telemedicine for you!