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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a safe, non-invasive way to promote healing and recovery in patients of all ages by saturating the body’s cells with pure oxygen through the use of a pressurized hyperbaric chamber. The therapy involves being in a pressurized chamber while breathing pure oxygen.

As a freestanding hyperbaric center, we are able to treat certain conditions that a hospital-based center cannot. In addition to treating the below conditions, HBOT can also be very helpful when done before and after any surgery, and can be used as a general wellness therapy.

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a safe, non-invasive way to promote healing and recovery in patients of all ages by saturating the body’s cells with pure oxygen through the use of a pressurized hyperbaric chamber. The therapy involves being in a pressurized chamber while breathing pure oxygen.

Promote Safe, Non-Invasive Healing

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Under normal circumstances, oxygen is transported throughout the body only by red blood cells. With HBOT, oxygen is dissolved into all of the body’s fluids, the plasma, the central nervous system fluids, the lymph, and the bone and can be carried to areas where circulation is diminished or blocked. In this way, extra oxygen can reach all of the damaged tissues and the body can support its own healing process. The increased oxygen greatly enhances the ability of white blood cells to kill bacteria, reduces swelling and allows new blood vessels to grow more rapidly into the affected areas. It is a simple, non-invasive and painless treatment.

I have had Lyme disease for 12 years. I tried all kinds of treatments, some worked and some didn’t. But none of them made me feel as good as I do since starting my hyperbaric treatments.
Lynette J.
My husband had a stroke. Months of physical therapy gave him only a little improvement, until we started hyperbaric oxygen. His improvements took off when we combined the two together.
Sharon L.
One of my first experiences with HBOT was with a little girl with cerebral palsy who also had scoliosis. Her cerebral palsy prevented her from standing for more than a few seconds without her walker. After doing HBOT, she could stand independently for 10 minutes…after one treatment. Amazing.
Dr. Morningstar
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The average person breathes in about 6 pounds of oxygen a day, which is about the same amount by weight of food and water intake.
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During a single hour of HBOT, a person will take in about 2 to 4 pounds of oxygen. This increases the oxygen content of the tissues by a factor of 10-15x.
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Promote Growth

Some of the effects HBOT has are to promote the growth of new vessels, decreases swelling and inflammation, deactivates toxins, increase the body’s ability to fight infections, clears out toxins and metabolic waste products, and improves the rate of healing.
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Quality of Life

It has long been known that healing many areas of the body cannot take place without appropriate oxygen levels in the tissue. Most illnesses and injuries occur, and often linger, at the cellular or tissue level. In many cases, such as: circulatory problems; non-healing wounds; and strokes, adequate oxygen cannot reach the damaged area and the body’s natural healing ability is unable to function properly. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy provides this extra oxygen naturally and with minimal side effects. Contact us today to learn how it can help your specific situation.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy improves the quality of life of the patient in many areas when standard medicine is not working. Many conditions such as stroke, cerebral palsy, head injuries, and chronic fatigue have responded favorably to HBOT.

General Wellness Therapy

HBOT can also be very helpful when done before and after any surgery, and can be used as a general wellness therapy.

  • ADD/ ADHD
  • Autism
  • Burns
  • Cancer
  • Carbon Monoxide poisoning
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Decreased immune function
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Head injuries and concussion
  • Infections of all types (including Lyme)
  • Migraine headaches
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Raynaud’s phenomenon
  • Some non-healing wounds
  • Sports injuries
  • Stroke
  • Trigeminal neuralgia

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