William Hitt Center

William Hitt Center

Just across the US/Mexico border in Tijuana is the William Hitt Center, an alternative therapy clinic that believes in a scientifically based and cutting-edge approach to the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of autoimmune diseases.  Apart from cancer, Dr. Hitt uses alternative medicine to treat everything from HIV and AIDS to allergies, vertigo, and shingles.  Healing methods employed include the use of ozone therapy, vitamin drips, and autohemotherapy.

While there is much controversy surrounding Dr. Hitt’s practices, there are quite a few testimonials to his alternative therapy successes particularly in regards to his use of autohemotherapy (treating disease with a patient’s own blood).  In this process, a patient’s blood is drawn.  After ozone is passed through it, the blood is re-administered to the patient through an IV.   Although this alternative therapy is controversial especially in the medical community, it is most definitely worth a look.  A helpful resource is a book by Ed McCabe (nicknamed “Mr. Oxygen”) called “Flood Your Body with Oxygen.”

William Hitt Center

In the area of substance abuse, Hitt is a pioneer.  His NTR (Neurotransmitter Restoration) procedure uses natural substances (for example amino acids) to treat the imbalance of chemicals in the brain caused by a prolonged addictive use of alcohol and other drugs.  During the NTR process, those neural receptors that have been overly stimulated through the use of addictive substances are calmed and returned to their original state. It is believed that this results in the total elimination of a person’s physical dependency on those addictive substances

Paramount is the center’s belief that in order to return a body to normal physiology, toxins must be removed and damage repaired so that a patient’s immune response can be changed.  They hold that this can be accomplished without the use of prescription drugs.

More information on Dr. Hitt and the William Hitt Center can be found by visiting their website.

2 Responses to William Hitt Center
  1. Bailey from NLP
    September 5, 2010 | 9:41 am

    Nice piece, thanks!

  2. Drew Baylor from mole removal
    September 23, 2010 | 8:12 am

    His process of drawing blood flood a patient then reinjecting it is very intriguing. Do you have any proof or testimonial of his successes?