Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Atlanta
If you are looking for hyperbaric oxygen therapy Atlanta, look no further. Atlanta Hyperbaric Center has many mild hyperbaric chambers for sale. We are a certified dealer. We offer may discounts to help our customers save money.
When looking for a hyperbaric chamber for your hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Atlanta. It is important for you to know the difference between the chambers and what they are approved to treat.
With hyperbaric becoming more and more popular people are turning to hyperbaric for a form of care. It is important for you to know the approved conditions of a hyperbaric chamber and know the difference between them.
There are only 13 approved conditions for hyperbaric oxygen therapy. This therapy is administered by a medical facility and requires a medical grad high pressure hyperbaric chamber. Either the monoplace or multiplace chambers. These conditions are usually covered under insurance and treatment is administered by a licensed hyperbaric physician.
- Intracranial abscess
- Crush injury, and compartment syndrome
- Clostridial myositis
- Air or gas embolism
- Radiation injury
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Decompression sickness
- Enhancement of healing in selected problem wounds: Diabetic wounds
- Blood loss (anemia)
- Skin grafts and flaps that are compromised
- Thermal burns
Mild Hyperbaric Chambers
This is compared to the ever popular mild hyperbaric chambers that are sweeping the nation. People are reading, hearing on the news and finding new studies that are out show promising effect of mHBOT. But you need to be cautious because these chambers are only approved for Acute Mountain Sickness (ASM) and that is it.
If you are doing research please do not make the mistake like so many do. Thinking that mild HBOT is as effective treatment as high pressure medical chambers because they are not.
Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy only goes from 1.3-1.7 ATA. these chambers are made of vinyl and are considered portable chamber aka home hyperbaric chambers. These chambers can be purchased with a prescription or medical license.
There are two types of medical chambers, they are monoplace and multiplace chambers. These chambers reach higher pressures and are built with either acrylic, metal or both. These chamber are approved to treat 13 conditions according to the FDA. You can not buy one of these chambers unless you have a medical license and they rand in the price of 250,000 or cost thousands for just a session.
There is no doubt that hyperbaric is gaining momentum. As the it increased it is important for health care providers to know and understand the differences of hyperbaric chambers and their approved used.
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Yours in health
Dr. Louis Hilliard