If you’re here, you’re a physician or other provider who’s dedicated to your patients and their healing process.
Some of your patients have complex medical situations that aren’t responding as fast or as well as you’d like. In particular, you may have a patient with radiation damage, intractable wounds or infections, failing grafts or flaps, or other health problems (See full list of treatable diagnoses). Your patients might also have comorbidities that make healing difficult.
What’s needed is a proven, effective treatment with longterm results that will reduce your patient's’ pain and suffering and get them back on their feet. You would also appreciate someone else doing the paperwork for you so you can spend more time with your patients.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been around for over 40 years, is highlyregarded by leading research hospitals and physician institutions, and is approved by the AMA, Medicare, FDA, and insurance companies to treat a variety of conditions. It’s medically proven to be safe and effective. The technology of hyperbarics has only recently expanded across the United States, and was previously only utilized by certain specialities. Learn more about how hyperbarics oxygen therapy works.
Bay Area Hyperbarics is the longestrunning independent hyperbaric clinic in the country. Our physicians and technicians are highly experienced, and have provided over 50,000 treatments since we opened our doors 1998. We’ve partnered with leadings physicians at Stanford, Kaiser, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, and in our local community to get patients like yours back on their feet.
Another benefit to partnering with us is that we’re incredibly easy to work with. We know you’re spending too much time justifying to insurance companies the decisions you’re making for your patients’ care, taking away from the time you actually spend caring for your patients. We’ve streamlined the referral and authorization process so you don’t have to deal with insurance companies.
Our Founder, Lisa St. John, was trained at Harvard and Stanford, and her mission is to make this form of medicine available to anyone who needs it. She has personal experience with using hyperbarics for refractory osteomyelitis and makes sure that each patient receives the care and attention they deserve. [Read more about our physicians and staff here]