Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (hHbOT)

Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (mHbOT)

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Want to try Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (mHbOT)? 

First one hour session $49.99 valued at $199 ($149 savings)

Schedule an appointment Today!

Want to try Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (mHbOT)? 

First one hour session $49.99 valued at $199 ($149 savings)

Save big with our
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Protocol Packages

1 Session – $199

5 Sessions – $875

10 Sessions – $1600

20 Sessions – $2800

30 Sessions – $3600

40 Sessions – $4000

Save big with our
Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (mHbOT)
Protocol Packages

1 Session – $199

5 Sessions – $875

10 Sessions – $1600

20 Sessions – $2800

30 Sessions – $3600

40 Sessions – $4000

"Off Label" Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy uses

Air or Gas Embolsim

Decompression Sickness

Necrotizing Fasciitis

Anemia

Burns

Crush Injury

Decompression Sickness

Infection of Skin and Bone

Non Healing Wounds

Hearing Loss

Gas Gangrene

Radiaton Injury

Skin Graft

"Off Label" Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Uses

Anoxic Brain Injury

Arthritis

Cerebral Palsy

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Pain

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome(CRPS/RSD)

Alzheimer’s

Autism

Lyme Disease

Migraines

Multiple Sclerosis

Plastic Surgery Reovery

Chrohns Disease

Sports Injuries

Stroke

Near Drowning

Traumatic Brain Injury

Improved Surgical Healing

Faster Recovery

What is Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

Each cell in the body depends on oxygen to sustain life. Your body’s tissues, muscles and organs may benefit from higher levels of oxygen. Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (mHbOT) is non-invasive.

There are 3 ways that hyperbaric oxygen dosages can be adjusted:  1) degree of pressure used, 2) amount of oxygen given and 3) duration of treatment, including length of session under pressure, number, and frequency of treatments. The degree of pressure can vary from “mild hyperbaric” (mHBOT) –1.5
Atmospheres Absolute (ATA) and below, to “hyperbaric” (HBOT)— above 1.5 ATA.

FAQ

What should I do to prepare for a Session?

People can go into the chamber fully clothed. It is recommended to wear loose comfortable clothing. Shoes, jewelry or any sharp objects should be removed before getting into the chamber.

How may the mHBOT session feel?

The chamber will be filled with compressed air and oxygen. While the chamber is pressurizing, your ears will feel the change in pressure inside the chamber. Otherwise, it should be unnoticeable. To equalize the pressure and avoid the feeling of fullness in your ears, you will need to clear your ears by chewing gum, swallowing or yawning. During the pressurization of the chamber, your mouth may become dry. Once the chamber is fully pressurized, your salivation will return to normal.

How you may feel?

You may feel discomfort to the ears caused by pressure changes. To minimize the risk, clients learn to promote the adequate clearing of ears during pressurization. Some clients may feel tired and dizzy after using the mild hyperbaric chamber for the first time.

 

How can I learn about mHBOT?

There are a number of resources on the web but you should always consult your physician about mHboT and how it may benefit you.

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