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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a medical therapy that utilizes oxygen in a pressurized environment. In this pressurized environment, exponential levels of oxygen are able to saturate the blood system; well-beyond what the human body is normally capable of accepting.

All of the fluids in the body -including blood, plasma, synovial, lymph and spinal fluids, become saturated with oxygen, which allows for all of the body’s vital cell processes to be performed at an optimal level. Swelling and inflammation of cells are reduced, while circulation and blood flow are increased, or restored to previously restricted areas. As a result, wounds and injuries heal more rapidly, recovery from surgery is much faster, and detoxification is also promoted; thus reducing the risk of any post-procedure complications or infections.


80% of energy used in cellular metabolism comes from oxygen. When cells and tissues are deprived of blood and oxygen, the metabolism comes to a halt and cells stop functioning properly. This lack of oxygen, or hypoxia, is a major component of disease and aging. The benefits of HBOT go far beyond restoring oxygen to depleted tissues and cells though. HBOT is the only non-hormonal DNA signaling drug that has been shown to regulate antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, growth, and repair gene expression. HBOT has also been shown to:

Support and regulate immune function
Stimulate blood vessel growth
Directly kill Anaerobes Bacteria
Increase fibroblast and collagen production
Reduce inflammation and edema
Enhance oxidative stress resistance
Potentiate the effectiveness of certain antibiotics
Preserve skin grafts, flaps, and other tissues
Greatly increase the number of circulating stem cells
Increase production of Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts
Enhance body’s ability to destroy bacteria & viruses
HBOT has a proven track record of assisting people who have been diagnosed with a variety of illnesses. Aside from the FDA-approved indications for HBOT therapy, there are now more than 120 internationally recognised indications for which hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been shown to be efficacious and useful in multiple published medical studies.
Stimulating A Healing Response

The majority of neurological conditions are caused by damage to our circulation and neurons. This reduces the amount of oxygen available to our brain and neurological system. HBOT significantly enhances oxygen absorption, providing our neurological system with the fuel it requires to mend and rejuvenate.

  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Bell’s Palsy
  • Diabetes
  • Erb’s Palsy
  • Disc Herniation
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
Improved wound healing is one of the most effective advantages of HBOT. HBOT is a vital component to a speedy recovery and encourage regeneration, whether it is the accumulation of minor wounds and tissue damage over the course of our lives (the ageing process), wanting to heal post surgically, or wanting to stimulate and feed stem cells.
  • Regeneration
  • Anti-aging
  • Stem cells
  • Post surgical Recovery
  • And Others


To promote brain recuperation and performance, we must raise our body’s intake of oxygen. It is a vital nutrient that aids in the healing of our brain! HBOT is the only scientifically established method of improving our oxygenation.
  • Dementia/Alzheimer’s
  • Concussion/TBI
  • Autism
  • Parkinson’s
  • And Others


Many of our patients notice improvements after only a few sessions of HBOT therapy. Today, we are witnessing an increasing number of patients who are looking for a natural way to get maximum performance increase. Athletes and others from all walks of life are discovering the many benefits of HBOT. HBOT may be the answer you’ve been looking for, whether you’re looking to treat an illness or simply improve your performance.


Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) may provide a form of therapy to allow a faster return to pre-injury activity levels as well as enhance the injury’s short and long term prognosis.


Increasing the oxygen supply to a fatigued musculoskeletal system boosts cellular activity, improves adenosine triphosphate (ATP) synthesis, and accelerates fatigue substance metabolism.

HBOT Health Benefits

Many health benefits result from enhanced oxygenation, including cell development and regeneration, detoxification, immunological support, new capillary growth, and improved brain functioning.

HBOT Benefits for Athletes

Deliver up to 25 times the typical amount of oxygen to tissues.

Boost the generation of body stem cells.

Improve immune system function.


Reduce edoema and inflammation.

Aid in the elimination of toxins and the strengthening of the immune system.

Treat traumatic brain injuries.


Reduce weariness caused by chronically insufficient oxygen.

Reduce jet lag-related fatigue symptoms.

Reduce tissue healing time.

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Is HBOT safe?

Generally, HBOT is considered safe when administered by trained professionals in a controlled environment. However, like any medical treatment, it may carry certain risks, such as ear injuries, changes in vision, and oxygen toxicity. These risks are typically low and can be managed effectively.

What should I expect during an HBOT session?

During an HBOT session, you will be placed in a pressurized chamber where you’ll breathe pure oxygen. The session typically lasts for about 30 to 90 minutes. You might experience a sensation of fullness in your ears, similar to what you feel during takeoff and landing in an airplane.

How many HBOT sessions are needed?

The number of HBOT sessions required depends on the specific condition being treated. Some acute conditions may require only a few sessions, while chronic conditions might need multiple sessions over several weeks or months. Your healthcare provider will determine the appropriate treatment plan for your specific case.

Are there any side effects of HBOT?

Some individuals may experience temporary side effects, such as ear discomfort, sinus congestion, and mild fatigue. In rare cases, there can be more serious complications like oxygen toxicity or changes in vision. However, these risks are usually minimal and can be managed by the healthcare team.

Can HBOT be combined with other treatments?

Yes, HBOT can be used in conjunction with other medical treatments to enhance their effectiveness. It is often used as a complementary therapy alongside standard medical interventions for various conditions, as it can promote healing and improve overall outcomes.

Is HBOT covered by insurance?

In some cases, HBOT may be covered by insurance, particularly when it is used as a treatment for approved medical conditions. However, coverage may vary depending on the specific insurance plan and the indication for treatment. It’s essential to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage options.

Who is not a suitable candidate for HBOT?

Individuals with certain health conditions, such as untreated pneumothorax, certain types of lung disease, and certain types of cancer, might not be suitable candidates for HBOT. It’s important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine whether HBOT is appropriate for your specific situation.

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