EXPLORING HBOT RESEARCH
Globally, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is used to extend and improve quality of life for patients by augmenting the treatment of all injuries, diseases, and infections as well as to improve overall wellness and the physical performance of athletes. Explore our research database to see if HBOT might be right for you!
Recent HBOT Research
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has shown promise in treatment for patients with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis, according to a study published in Cellular Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy involves breathing pure oxygen in a...
Mohammed Elamir (The Villages, USA) and Amir Hadanny (Be’er Ya’akov, Israel) mark this year’s Stroke Awareness Month by discussing hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)—an emerging approach that they believe could break new ground in post-stroke recovery.Every year, more...
Research supports hyperbaric oxygen therapy as a treatment for mild brain injuries and Alzheimers disease, but it remains controversial as a treatment for autism.(Nakleyka/Shuttertock) A new study shows promising results for this alternative treatment BY JENNIFER...
Non-Invasive Therapies that can help in a variety of medical conditions
Unique treatment plans created for patients suffering from a variety of conditions
Used in hospitals and clinics around the world
Reduce inflammation and enhance the body’s natural ability to heal
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A multi-seat hyperbaric chamber is designed to treat multiple patients at a time. Patients sit in chairs while they receive oxygen through individual hoods while the chamber pressurizes to equivalent pressure of a shallow dive.
Recent HBOT News
Sarah Todd, who runs Oxify centres in Leeds and Retford, explained the life-changing results her patients say they have experienced from Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. The therapy itself involves breathing in near-pure oxygen in a carefully-controlled pressure chamber....
During the first wave of the pandemic in 2020, Dr. Morton Altwerger fell ill with Covid-19. He struggled with severe symptoms, his breathing became difficult, and ended up at Phelps Hospital emergency room. Knowing the mortality risks of being ventilated, he opted for...
Elena Schertz, NP of Extivita-RTP in North Carolina, discusses how her clinic is actively healing the injured and sick with hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), including veterans, sports athletes and COVID long-haulers. She explains the proven benefits of HBOT – what it...
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