Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy regrows healthy tissues in the brain, blood vessels, skin and bones. It also reduces pain and swelling, and speeds injury recovery.

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What happens inside the HBOT chamber?

The Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment itself is made up of two very important elements that heal your body. The pressurized chamber and the supply of oxygen through a nasal canula.

During the chamber pressurization time, the chamber itself, is being pressurized up to 1.5 atmospheres, which is approximately the same pressure as being 5 meters under water. You will need to “pop” your ears frequently to maintain equal pressure (like taking off in an airplane). Your ears may feel full during this time. To help relieve this, take a breath and blow it out gently through your nose while holding your mouth and nose closed. Swallowing, moving your jaw (chewing), and yawning also help.

As the air flows into and out of the chamber, you will notice a hissing type noise and an increase in air temperature

Once the pressure level is reached, the air temperature should become comfortable again.

You can simply Relax, Read, and Rest.

At the end of the treatment, the chamber’s pressure is slowly released (decompression), you may notice a popping in your ears, along with some noise and a cooling temperature. You do not need to clear your ears at this time. Just breathe normally and do not hold your breath.