Oxygen Therapy

Whether you are a professional athlete, soccer mom or weekend warrior, if you participate in sports or other taxing physical activities, hyperbaric therapy can give you the edge you need to perform at your personal best every time.  Hyperbaric therapy is a safe method of delivering more oxygen at the cellular level.   The hyperbaric chamber utilizes filtered pressurized ambient air to dissolve oxygen directly into the plasma, cerebral and spinal fluids, flooding tissues and vital organs with oxygen.  Higher concentration of oxygen in the blood at the cellular level allows healing and reparation to occur at a much faster rate.

Hyperbaric therapy:

  • Speeds recovery from sports injuries
  • Gives the athlete faster recovery from workouts
  • Increases energy and mental clarity on and off the field

By providing more oxygen at the cellular level:

  • Healing is rapid
  • Energy levels are high
  • Athletes are able to focus and perform at peak levels
  • Athletes report much less lactic acid buildup
  • Greater endurance
  • Less muscle fatigue

The pressurized environment of the chamber allows:

  • Quick recovery time from sports injuries due to:
    • Swelling
    • Dehydration
    • Ischemia
    • Decreases swelling
    • Increases blood flow to restricted areas

What you can expect in a treatment session:

  • You will enter the chamber and lay down
    • The chamber will seem smaller when deflated than it is when fully pressurized
    • Within one minute the chamber will inflate completely
  • After the chamber inflates, it will begin to pressurize
    • You may experience pressure in your ears
    •  The easiest way to relieve any discomfort this may cause is to equalize your ears using one or more of the following methods:
      • Close your mouth and firmly clamp your nose shut with your fingers and thumb and blow, as if you were blowing your nose, but keep nose and mouth closed
      • Yawn
        • Stretching your mouth as wide as possible, even stretching your tongue out
        • This will cause the sinus passages surrounding your ears to drain and relieve the pressure
  • While in the chamber you can:
    • Listen to music
    • Talk on your cell phone
    • Play handheld games
    • Watch movies on portable DVD player
    • Work on laptop computer
    • Read books or magazines
    • Take a nap

You should not use hyperbaric therapy if you:

  • Are inebriated (drunk)
  • Have ear canal problems or an ear infection
  • Are experiencing flu or cold symptoms
  • Are wearing heavy perfume or cologne

Treatment times:

  • 60 minutes
  • 90 minutes
  • 120 minutes

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