Safety Standard's

Important Facts :-

  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is an accepted technology & its indications approved by the FDA.
  • During Hyperbaric treatment, you inhale 100% medical grade oxygen under pressure to help speed the body’s natural ability to heal.
  • HBOT’s primary mechanism is hyper-oxygenation, which floods the plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, and lymph fluid with oxygen, getting oxygen into parts of your body that are oxygen deficient.
  • When a patient breathes 100% pure oxygen at pressures greater than normal, arterial oxygen pressure increases up to 20 times.
  • Hyperbaric chambers have been in use for centuries, as early as 1662. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has only started being used clinically though since the mid 1800′s.
  • We use state–of-the-art hard shelled chamber that have far greater benefit.
  • Inside the chamber, you can stretch out, sleep, meditate, watch TV or a movie, listen to music or simply relax.
  • HBOT uses oxygen that helps to fat / lipolysis and reducing obesity.

Contraindications for HBOT

Tension pneumothorax, commonly called a “collapsed lung”, is only absolute contra indication for HBOT therapy. Patients currently taking certain cancer medications, suffering from severe emphysema and those in end stage heart failure (with ejection fractions below 35%) are also not eligible for treatment. Those with high fever, active respiratory tract infection, sinus or Eustacian tube problems and seizure disorder should wait till recovery.

Are there any potential side effects?

Utmost care is taken to educate patients about the techniques and importance of clearing their ears during the compression and recompression stages of hyperbaric oxygen treatment because of the potential for barotrauma or middle ear “squeeze”. Simply swallowing or yawning in order to equalize ear pressure (similar to being on an airplane during takeoff and landing) is an effective way to avoid this situation and protect the ears during these changes in pressure. Appropriate patient screening by our physicians and patient monitoring during treatment also helps to circumvent this condition.