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Our Approach to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) can seem intimidating at first, but it’s simpler to understand than one may think. There are two different ways to experience hyperbaric oxygen therapy; a monoplace pod and a multiplace pod. We utilize what is called a monoplace pod. This means the hyperbaric pod is designed for one person. The pod looks similar to an MRI machine, giving you just enough room to lie down comfortably.

The key difference between HBOT in a monoplace pod and a multiplace pod is that a multiplace pod requires you to breathe pure oxygen through a mask. Alternatively, a monoplace pod seals itself so that the pure oxygen fills the pod and you can breathe normally as if you were in a room.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments usually last roughly 1 hour. The number of treatments you’ll need can vary widely and will depend on the specific condition that is being treated.

About Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Learn about hyperbaric oxygen therapy, a non-invasive treatment that increases the amount of oxygen in your blood, helping with various conditions and enhancing your well-being.

  • Who Should Try Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)?

    Hyperbaric oxygen therapy offers plenty of benefits from workout recovery to improved brain health. This improved blood flow helps your body operate more efficiently and recover from injuries with less downtime.

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  • What are the Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)?

    Serious infections and wounds that won’t heal are common reasons to consider hyperbaric oxygen therapy. The nature of HBOT lends itself to healing by increasing the volume of highly-oxygenated blood that’s flowing through the body. The high air pressure and increased amount of oxygen play a key role in stimulating the body’s innate ability to heal itself.

  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) & Physical Healing

    Much like exterior wounds that won’t heal, your brain can also be incredibly slow to recover from a traumatic injury, like a concussion. Your joints and soft tissue can suffer from this same extended healing. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can streamline the recovery process by increasing oxygen in the bloodstream to promote innate healing.

    HBOT can also be instrumental in treating a variety of other conditions, including but not limited to:

    ·       Arthritis

    ·       Crush injuries

    ·       Spinal cord injury

    ·       Stroke

    Both the brain and the body stand to benefit greatly from an increased oxygen flow through the bloodstream thanks to HBOT. For some conditions, HBOT alone can restore the body to ideal function. For other conditions, your hyperbaric oxygen therapy should be applied in conjunction with other treatments to provide the best results.