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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Health

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Health

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Health

The human body requires adequate supply of oxygen for its tissues to function. When your body tissues are injured, they require even more oxygen supply to promote healing and survival. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a treatment process that involves the delivery of 100 percent oxygen in a pressurized atmosphere thereby resulting in extraordinary healing benefits. The treatment results in the abruption of greater amounts of oxygen in the body’s tissues, which leads to faster recovery. Many people benefit from this treatment, especially those with severe burns, decompression sickness, crushing injury, and chronic wounds. It’s generally considered safe.

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

As mentioned, your body’s tissues need constant supply of oxygen to function normally. During Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, the patient lies in a hyperbaric chamber and breathes pure oxygen under high pressure. The treatment delivers 100 percent pure oxygen at a higher than (up to 3 times) normal atmospheric pressure. The body tissues are, therefore, able to absorb the oxygen at an expedited rate.

A hyperbaric oxygen chamber has given proven results in the treatment of burns, infections, wounds, and other medical conditions. Infections, burns, and injuries often slow down the healing process since blood supply to the affected area is usually damaged. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy ensures increased oxygen supply to these infected and damaged body tissues.

Where is HBOT Performed and Who Needs It?

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can benefit anyone who is healing from a medical condition or infection triggered by inflammation in the body. HBOT delivers a higher rate of 100 percent pure oxygen to the infected or rather damaged body tissue thereby improving the healing process. Health conditions that can be treated using HBOT include:

·       Crushing Injury

·       Decompression Sickness

·       Burns

·       Non-healing Wounds

·       Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

·       Skin Grafts and Flaps

·       Delayed Radiation Injury

·       Brain Abscess

·       Arterial Gas Embolism (Air bubbles in blood vessels)

·       Cyanide Poisoning

·       Bone Infection (Osteomyelitis)

·       Flesh-eating Disease

·       Gas Gangrene

Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers can be found in wound centers, equine centers, nursing homes, medical facilities, doctor’s offices, and spas. It’s normally performed in an outpatient setting. The condition under treatment is often what determines the number of visits the patient needs. Each session can last between 30 minutes to 2 hours. Note that there are even Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers for home use.

Many insurance companies in the United States generally cover HBOT for the listed conditions. It’s, however, important that you check with your insurance provider or plan before the treatment since they may not cover in every circumstance.


It’s important to note that HBOT isn’t for everyone. The treatment isn’t recommended for anyone who has a cold or fever, or had a recent ear surgery. People with certain types of lung disease are also not supposed to have HBOT. Ensure treatment is done by a certified and trained medical staff to avoid any complications and side effects.

Carefully consider your requirements before buying any type of hyperbaric chamber. Assure the hyperbaric oxygen chamber you’re buying is safe and comfortable. Owning a hyperbaric oxygen chamber would be the best idea in cases where you require more follow-up sessions after the initial treatment. If you’re looking for a hyperbaric oxygen chamber for sale, contact us today!

2 Replies to “Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Health”

  1. Where do they sell the smallest and most portable chambers?

    1. We sell the 26″ Hyperbaric Chamber for only $3999. It comes with a two year warranty and two pumps.
      If your looking to save more you can always see what we have available in our Used Hyperbaric Chamber section.

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