Exercise With Oxygen Training


Exercise with Oxygen Therapy, also known as EWOT, was pioneered in the mid-1970s by Manfred Von Ardenne, a German research and applied physicist and inventor. Also, referred to as Oxygen Multistep Therapy (OMT) at times, EWOT is relatively simple, quick and inexpensive way to get vitality flowing through the body when cellular oxygenation is restored.

According to Von Ardenne’s research, this form of Oxygen Therapy is effective for various indications:


  • Re-normalization of the 0Loading of the blood in the lung functionally degenerated by old age or severe stress
  • Early stage of cataract, glaucoma, loss of field of vision, impaired focus
  • Angina pectoris, arrhythmias, prophylaxis and rehabilitation for heart disease
  • Edema
  • Peripheral circulation disorders, especially in the lower extremities
  • Circulation disorders, dizziness of old age, senile diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • General acceleration of any rehabilitation program
  • Lasting increase in physical performance capacity
  • Defense stimulation (immune system stimulation), especially useful after classical cancer treatments that use radiation and chemotherapy


One EWOT session is said to be equivalent to 20 hyperbaric chamber sessions

QOxygen therapy has been used in the treatment of many medical conditions. Has it been used with cancer? 

AKetogenic diets along with oxygen therapies have been used in cancer patients by many clinicians across the globe with incredible promise, enabling lower doses of chemo to be used and cancers to be snuffed out.

Cancer is described as an ecosystem by cancer scientists Dr. Thomas Seyfried and Dominic D’Agostino. They approach cancer as a “metabolic” derangement of the mitochondria rather than a genetic disease. They know that the best way to alter an ecosystem is to change the entire environment rather than target an isolated variable as current medical standard of care attempts to do.


While D’Agostino was documenting the fatal effects of oxygen on cancer cells and observing in his lab that ketones could kill cancer cells all by themselves, Seyfried was miles away in his lab observing that a restricted ketogenic diet (R-KD) also weakened cancer cells. They joined forces with experiments that combined oxygen therapy with ketosis to successfully annihilate cancer cells increasing mean survival by almost 80%.

Seyfried said that R-KD combined with oxygen therapy (he used hyperbaric oxygen) “could potentially kill tumor cells as effectively as radiation without causing toxic collateral damage to normal cells. Can you imagine coming out of chemotherapy healthier than you came in?”


As Travis Christofferson, PhD describes it on page 177 of “Tripping Over the Truth”: For the cancer cell, R-KD with oxygen therapy turns a windless sunny day into a hurricane with driving wind, pelting sheets of rain, and flooding streets. A cancer center would be a clinic where patients went to restore their damaged mitochondria and, in a nontoxic and orderly manner, kill off the diseased cells. There would be no buckets to throw up in and no bald patients with lifeless expressions, shells of their former selves. There would be no medical bankruptcies or families scrambling to pay for drugs that cost more than $100,000 for a single treatment course that was of almost no benefit.

Any statements made are for educational purposes only. They do not constitute medical advice, do not substitute for proper medical evaluation from a qualified medical provider nor create a doctor/patient relationship. If you would like medical advice please ask your doctor.