How long does a hyperbaric session last?
Session last 45-90 minutes
What is the process for getting a Hyperbaric session?
First, we do an in-depth consultation going over the HBOT process, assess your health goals, and determine if you’re a good candidate. Second, we help develop a plan to fit your health goals. Third, patients are led into the chamber, where they can relax, read a book, take a nap, and experience the benefits of pressurized oxygen. Last, our staff will follow up with all patients to analyze the effectiveness of the treatment.
What are contraindications of HBOT?
There is only one absolute contraindication for HBOT and that is untreated pneumothorax.
Will HBOT improve my athletic performance?
Yes. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been shown to improve endurance performance as well as overall muscle recovery. Many professional athletes utilize the benefits that HBOT can have on athletic performance.
Do I need to have an injury or have a condition to benefit from HBOT session?
No, HBOT has shown to be beneficial for overall health, aging, reducing inflammation, and increasing longevity. These are things we can all benefit from. Many people can benefit from regular use of the healing powers of HBOT.
What conditions can HBOT improve?
There are a plenty of studies coming out on the many benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for all kinds of conditions. Some of these include Anti-aging, brain injury, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic pain, complex regional pain syndrome, concussion/TBI, Inflammatory bowl disease (IBD), Lyme disease, Interstitial cystitis, Migraine/headache, spinal cord injuries, stroke, surgery preparation & accelerated recovery, sports injuries.
What do I need to wear for a Hyperbaric Oxygen session?
You can wear normal comfortable clothing. Some chambers pressurize with 100% oxygen, but our chamber gives oxygen through a nasal cannula. This keeps oxygen levels inside the chamber at 21% making it extremely safe from a flammability concern.
What sensations will I feel during Hyperbaric oxygen therapy?
When pressure changes inside the chamber it will feel very similar to descending on an airplane. The inner ears will feel the need to equalize. If you can handle an airplane descent, then you will do well inside the chamber.
Is hyperbaric oxygen safe?
Yes, hyperbaric oxygen therapy is safer than taking Ibuprofen. At our facility we take extensive precautions to make sure you are safe throughout treatment. Furthermore, our Oxyhealth hyperbaric chamber is arguably the safest on the market.