HOW IT WORKS

Air contains nearly 21% oxygen and more than 78% nitrogen. During Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) the oxygen percentage breathed by the patient is increased to 94-97%, which is almost five times more than in air.

  • Specially constructed hyperbaric chambers are used for this therapy, in which, under conditions of increased pressure of 1.3 ATA (amosphere absolute), oxygen is administered to the body in amounts not available outside the chamber.

 

  • During treatment oxygen is breathed in through the lungs, dissolved in the blood plasma, and transported around the body via the blood supply. Even where the blood supply is poor, the high levels of oxygen dissolved in the plasma provide significantly elevated levels. This helps fight bacteria and stimulate the release of substances called growth factors and stem cells, which promote healing and growth.
Monitored Constantly
We monitor the results and observes potential indicators like ear pain and comfort level because the increase in air pressure will create a temporary feeling of fullness in your ears — similar to what you might feel in an airplane or at a high elevation. You can relieve that feeling by yawning or swallowing.
Multiple Sessions
To benefit from hyperbaric oxygen therapy, you'll likely need more than one session. The number of sessions you may need to notice a difference in your body is dependent on your physiological load, expectations and medical conditions.
Promotes Healing
During treatment oxygen is breathed in through the lungs, dissolved in the blood plasma, and transported around the body via the blood supply. The oxygen dissolved in the plasma provide significantly elevated levels. This helps fight bacteria and stimulate the release of substances called growth factors and stem cells, which promote healing and growth.

Two Oxygen Chambers.

  • One is suitable for wheelchairs and people with limited mobility. This is the upright one to the left of the photos. This chamber can accommodate 1 person.
  • The other chamber is on the right of the photo and can take up to 2 people at the same time so you can have a child join you during treatment.

Chamber 1: The 2 photos below show how easy it is to get into this chamber and how it looks when it is in use.

Chamber 2: The 2 photos below show how easy it is to get into this chamber and how it looks when it is in use.