Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

HBOT

What does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy do?

 It provides the body with pure oxygen to enhance the body’s natural healing. At a Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy chamber, the air pressure is increased three times higher than the normal air pressure, which provides the lungs with the ability to gather more oxygen. This simple and non-invasive treatment boosts the capability of white blood cells to kill bacteria and encourages the release of substances called growth factors, which promote healing. The human body needs an adequate supply of oxygen to function properly. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy intensifies the amount of oxygen in your blood and restores the normal levels of tissue function, promoting healing and fighting infection. Different illnesses such as chronic fatigue, cerebral palsy, head injuries and strokes have shown great response to HBOT. This treatment can help you when standard medicine is not giving you results.

soft/mild chamber
Hard Chamber

Soft Chamber 

(Mild)

Hard Chamber

(Clinical)

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What is the difference between soft and hard hyperbaric oxygen chambers?

Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chambers (m-HBOT) uses a lower atmosphere absolute (ATA) pressure to deliver hyperbaric therapy and is not considered as a medical device therefore it does not require a prescription. The advantages of using these lower pressures are that they can still deliver high oxygen levels into the body, but with an impeccable safety record. This application of HBOT has been around for more than 20 years and as grown in the hyperbaric community. Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy still provides the great benefits of a hard shell chamber.

Hard Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chambers use higher ATA pressures and use oxygen tanks. This type of Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber is considered a medical device therefore a prescription is required.

Although HBOT has not been clinically approved to cure illnesses it can help treat them.  

What Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Treat?

 

Here is a list of FDA Approved uses for HBOT

  • Anemia

  • Burns

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

  • Smoke Inhalation 

  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers

  • Decompression Sickness

How Many Sessions Should I Use?

The more the better but is your preference. Even after a single-session, clients have stated they have felt energized after treatment others feel relaxed. Typically, m-HBOT is provided in packages of 5, 10, 20 and 40 sessions. Below is a list of what you may be able to expect from each package:

5 Sessions

Generally used by those wishing to help give their body a quick boost in health and vitality, precondition their organs before or after surgery, provide a complement for physical therapy, orthopedic/chiropractic manipulation, massage, or any other body therapies

Energize your body, giving you a general feeling of strength and well being

Quickly reduce on-going inflammation throughout the body

Strong protection of the body and all its organs including the brain, liver, and heart

10 Sessions

Typically used for those who have recent injuries like sprains or strains, and also has shown dramatic relief in painful joints or tissue

Strong pain-relief and reduction in swelling

Help repair acute and recent injuries

20 Sessions

Preferred for those who require major tissue repair that involves enhancing the body's regenerative capacities

Help to mobilize new stem cells

Stimulate new collagen and new tissue

Help create new blood flow and circulation

40 Sessions

Often reserved for those who have very serious or chronic (long-lasting) injuries or conditions or those who are more proactive in their health and want to reduce the chances of having major health challenges or crisis

Help the body recover from major health challenges

Help fight infections and diseases

Help combat aging and degenerative diseases

For More Information about Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (m-HBOT) please visit www.hyperbaricexperts.com

The following list has not been approved by the FDA however clients have claimed the HBOT has helped the following conditions.

  • Reduce Symptoms of COPD

  • Increased Tolerance to Exercise

  • Faster Recovery Times

  • Help with Autism

  • Improved Health-Related Quality Of Life

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