Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

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  1. Overtime our society has lost its air quality or atmospheric oxygen pressure. The atmosphere we breathe today contains 20 percent oxygen, and 80 percent nitrogen. 

    Such small amounts of oxygen impede the body’s overall circulation, and its transportation of vital nutrients needed for normal cells to sustain life. 

    Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is the medical use of oxygen at a level higher than the atmospheric pressure.

    Increased oxygen pressure, combined with increased oxygen content helps to dissolve oxygen into the blood, and all other body tissues and fluids up to 20 times more than normal atmospheric conditions.    

    Therefore, scientists today are becoming more aware of the importance of oxygen therapy for treating a number of different sicknesses.

    Currently, oxygen therapy is being used to treat illnesses such as:

    ·         Neuropathy

    ·         Multiple Sclerosis

    ·         Cancer

    ·         Diabetes

    ·         Poor Circulation

    ·         Fibromyalgia

    ·         Glaucoma

    ·         Plastic Surgery (speed healing and reduce scar infection)

    ·         Acute Rheumatoid Arthritis

    ·         Cerebral Palsy

    ·         Crohn’s disease

    ·         Immune System Malfunctions

    ·         Ulcers

    ·         Autism

    ·          Anemia

    ·         Sports Injuries

    ·         Bone Grafting

    ·         Tendon & Ligament Injuries  

    ·         Severed Limbs    

    ·         Air Embolism

    Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize for proving that some forms of cancer and viruses cannot exist in the presence of sufficient oxygen.  According to Dr. Warburg, “THERE ARE MANY CAUSES OF CANCER, BUT THERE IS ONLY ONE PRIME CAUSE . . . THE LACK OF OXYGEN AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL.”

    There are many different ways to supply the body with oxygen. However, the most highly used method is by using a mild hyperbaric chamber.

    When turned on, a mild hyperbaric chamber fills with compressed ambient air from 2 to 4.5 pounds per square inch. The air pressure is equivalent to 11 feet below sea level.

    This increase in pressure decreases inflammation, and allows blood plasma and other liquids in the body to absorb more oxygen, thereby promoting healing through nutrient transportation.

    A mild hyperbaric chamber is recommended for personal use outside of a medical facility because it contains filtered ambient air.

    Unlike monoplace hyperbaric chambers (used in medical facilities), portable or mild chambers reduce the risk of toxicity to the body, even with regular usage.

    Most people report having a wonderful and relaxing treatment in the chamber, and emerge from the experience feeling rejuvenated.


    1.       Wash all fragrances and scents from your body before entering the chamber.

    2.       Wear comfortable loose fitting clothes to the session, and be sure to use the restroom before entering the chamber.

    3.       Lie down when entering the deflated chamber and get comfortable on the pillows inside.

    4.        As the chamber is closed and powered on it will slowly begin to inflate and pressurize.

    5.       If you experience pressure in your ears simply yawn, opening your mouth as wide as possible.

    6.       Sessions can last for up to 60 minutes.

    7.       During your sessions you may:

    ·         Listen to music

    ·         Read books or magazines

    ·         Talk on your cell phone

    ·         Work on your laptop computer

    ·         Play your handheld games

    ·         Watch movies on your portable player


    ·         If you have respiratory or cardio vascular illnesses consult with your physician first.

    ·         Do not enter if you have ear canal problems or an ear infection.

    ·         Do not enter if you have a cold or the flu or any other contagious disease or illnesses (including skin infections). 

    ·         Do not enter if you are drunk.


    ·         Slight pressure in the ears.

    ·         Somewhat fatigued after a session (like after a massage).

    Before proceeding with Oxygen Therapy consult with your doctor if you are currently under supervision of a medical practitioner for advice on whether the chamber is right for you.



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    SUITE 103                                                                                                                

    ALPHARETTA, GA 30004

    PH: 404-946-3619


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