Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, (HBOT) is a medical procedure that is accepted by the FDA to treat certain ailments with the use of pure oxygen at increased atmospheric pressure. The need for hbot and the ongoing research is rapidly being recognized and regarded as mainstream medicine. During therapy, the patient spends a prescribed amount of time in a cylindrical acrylic chamber receiving pure oxygen (100 percent oxygen) under pressure while being monitored under meticulous conditions. The amount of time the patients spends in the chamber and the number of treatments is determined by the hyperbaric physician.
The introduction of pure oxygen under pressure saturates the patients tissues up to ten times normal level, thereby enhancing the body’s natural healing process. Results from hbot treatments has produced astonishing results in a broad range of acute and chronic conditions, from devastating strokes to resistant infections such as lyme disease and osteomyelits. It is also very effective for cerebral palsy, brain injury, fibromyalgia and reflex sympathetic dystrophy as well as crohn’s disease and diabetic wounds that will not heal, sports injuries and elective cosmetic surgery.