Mild HBOT has developed a very successful track record of helping patients with a variety of different conditions.
Outside of the FDA-approved uses for HBOT, there are currently over 100 internationally recognized indications for which mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has shown to be effective and also beneficial according to numerous published medical studies.
Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Can Help With The Following Conditions:
Activates 8,101 healing genes
Acute cerebrovascular accident (thrombotic or hemorrhagic)
Anaroebic and/or bacteria infection.
Anoxic Brain Injury
Assists neural tissue healing/ regeneration
Auto Immune disorders
Cancer (Treatment Synergy)
Chemotherapy recovery Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS/RSD)
Complications of Scleroderma
Concussion & Traumatic Brain Injury
Improves cellular metabolism/efficiency
Increases blood flow/circulation
Increases collagen production.
It increases bone cell activity. Improves bone regeneration
Increases activity of immune mechanisms.
Increases white blood cell production (treats/helps prevent infections)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Long Covid Syndrome
Migraine/Headache too chronic, difficult to be treated.
Promotes new blood vessel growth
Promotes wound healing
Reduces inflammation, swelling, and edema
Releases stem cells
Spinal Cord Injuries
Stimulates DNA to produce growth and repair hormones and receptors
Support to rehabilitation therapy In neurology and orthopedics.
Support to plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Surgery Preparation & Accelerated Recovery
Tissue damaged by radiation.
Common Effects Of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy:
Strengthened Immune System
Increased Mental Clarity and Alertness
Heightened Energy and Physical PerformanceAnti-Aging Effects
Smoothing of Wrinkles and Fine Lines
Faster Healing of Injuries and Wounds
Decreased Anxiety and Stress
Prevention for a Wide Range of Conditions Such as Stroke and Alzheimer’s
Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy subjects a patient to 93% concentrated oxygen at increased pressures; at 1.3 Atmosphere Absolute (ATA), although some conditions may require higher pressures.
It is essential to understand the 14 on-label conditions that are approved for hyperbaric medical therapy because many conditions rely on different aspects of hyperbaric medicine to be effective. The currently approved conditions include:
Air, gas embolism
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Crush injury, compartment syndrome
Selective cases for wound healing
Acute blood loss anemia
Delayed radiation injury, radiation bone necrosis
Compromised flaps and skin grafts
Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss