TJ’s HBOT Experience

A Veteran’s Triumph Over Chronic Pain and Arthritis

“After six dives, that normal pressure that I have was alleviated. This is not the spike pressure I spoke about earlier… My osteoarthritis in my feet and my knees has been alleviated, except for my right knee. Other than that, my arthritis has been alleviated significantly as well.

Retired U.S. Marine Major TJ Dunphy experienced significant relief from chronic pain and osteoarthritis through hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) after years of suffering from a head injury and arthritis without a proper diagnosis. Just six sessions into the HBOT program, Dunphy noted the alleviation of chronic brain pressure, a notable reduction in arthritis symptoms, and an improvement in his dry eye condition. His story highlights the effectiveness of HBOT in addressing persistent health issues among veterans, offering a beacon of hope for those in search of healing and improved well-being.

Alleviation of Chronic Pressure

TJ experienced significant relief from the chronic pressure on the right side of his brain after undergoing six HBOT sessions.

Reduction in Osteoarthritis Symptoms

He noted a notable alleviation in osteoarthritis in his feet and knees, improving his mobility and reducing pain, with the exception of persistent issues in his right knee.

Improvement in Dry Eye Condition

The therapy also positively impacted his condition of dry eye, a side effect of high blood pressure, reducing the need for over-the-counter medication during the day.

Overall Optimism and Physical Improvement

TJ’s early improvements in the HBOT program brought him optimism for further recovery, highlighting the therapy’s potential for treating brain injuries, PTSD, and other medical conditions.