Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Discover how pressurized oxygen can increase healing and optimize your health!

Faster Healing,
Better Performance

Enhancing oxygen uptake improves ability for the body to heal itself. Faster and better recovery from sprains, tears & workouts. Improves concentration & cognitive performance.

Reduce
Inflammation

Increases energy levels, immune function, and tissue regeneration.

Proven Safe
& Effective

Proven effective in treating concussions, strokes, autism, infections, Lyme disease, & enhances recovery after surgery.

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FDA-Approved Hyperbaric Chambers

Certified in Functional Medicine Hyperbarics through IBUM

How Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Work?

Hyperbaric oxygen creates a pressurized environment to dramatically enhance oxygen uptake into the body and brain. Increased oxygenation leads to faster healing times, better recovery and reduced inflammation.

Best Practices for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Mild Conditions
(10 Sessions)

Brain Performance, Inflammation, Acute Injuries, Mild Anemia.

Moderate Conditions
(10-20 Sessions)

Neuropathy, Long-Covid, Chronic Injuries, Concussions, Anti-Aging.

More Severe Conditions
(20-40+ Sessions)

Lyme Disease, Chronic Concussions, Chronic Infections, Surgical Recovery.

What Should I Expect?

Each session is 65 minutes long. Comfy clothes are generally preferred, as you will be laying in a padded, relaxed chamber. Patients typically read a book, listen to music, watch a movie, meditate or sleep!

Questions About Hyperbaric Oxygen?

Questions About Hyperbaric Oxygen?

Frequently Asked Questions

Hyperbaric oxygen is used to treat all conditions which benefit from increased tissue oxygen availability, as well as infections where it can be used for its antibiotic properties, either as the primary therapy, or in conjunction with other drugs.
 
Insurance and Medicare consider the following conditions for HBOT to be covered for payment:
Air or Gas Embolism
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Compartment Syndrome/Crush Injury/Other Traumatic Ischemias
Decompression Sickness (Bends)
Diabetic and Selected Wounds
Exceptional Blood Loss (Anemia)
Gas Gangrene
Intracranial Abscess
Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection
Osteoradionecrosis and Radiation Tissue Damage
Osteomyelitis (Refractory)
Skin Grafts and (Compromised) Flaps
Thermal Burns
Recovery from Plastic Surgery
Sports Injuries
Stroke
Traumatic Brain Injury
 
The following conditions are off-label which may or may not be covered by insurance or Medicare:
Alzheimer’s
Autism
Cerebral Palsy
Lyme Disease
Migraine
Multiple Sclerosis
Near Drowning
Recovery from Plastic Surgery
Sports Injuries
Stroke
Traumatic Brain Injury

The most common side effect is barotrauma to the ears and sinuses caused by the change in pressure. To minimize this risk, patients learn techniques to promote adequate clearing of the ears during compression or tubes may be inserted in the ears. Occasionally some patients may experience changes in their vision during their treatment period. These changes are usually minor and temporary. A rare side effect is oxygen toxicity which is caused by administering too much oxygen.

If you have any cold or flu symptoms, fever, sinus or nasal congestion, or chest congestion.
– If there is a possibility that you may be pregnant.
– If there has been a change in any of your medications.
– If you have an opened wound.
– If you have skipped a meal prior to your HBOT treatment.
– If you are diabetic and did not take your insulin prior to your treatment.
– If you have any concerns or anxiety.
When cells in the brain die, either from trauma or lack of oxygen, blood plasma leaks out into surrounding brain tissue causing swelling and reducing blood flow. These otherwise normal cells go dormant because they can’t function without the appropriate amount of oxygen. HBOT dramatically increases the oxygen carried in the blood plasma, making oxygen available to heal damaged capillary walls, preventing plasma leakage and reducing swelling. As the swelling decreases, blood flow can be restored to the dormant tissue (neovascularization) and these cells then have the potential to function again.

Patients are accepted either by self referral or by physician referral. Patients are evaluated by our staff and treated based on their specific needs. To schedule an evaluation, please call us at 952-213-6386.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is prescribed by a physician and performed under medical supervision. Although there are minor risks like all medical treatments, overall hyperbaric oxygen therapy is extremely safe. The risks will be discussed with you before you sign your consent form for therapy.

1-5 Sessions:
Improve cellular energy and optimizes tissue functioning. Those with residual carbon monoxide (i.e., smokers) or with mild anemia can show immediate benefits with cellular energy. Inflammatory markers can decrease considerably and begin a natural repair process.
5-10 Sessions:
Typically used for acute injuries with soft tissue damage, particularly if pain is involved.
10-20 Sessions:
Use with more serious acute injuries or chronic injuries.
20-40 Sessions:
Commonly used for major tissue damage and when new tissue is required.