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Treatable Diagnoses

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy treats dozens of medical conditions, and is used to improve athletic performance and by many patients for anti-aging.

Cancer (treatment synergy)

HBOT can mitigate side effects of chemo-therapy, such as “chemo brain.”

Cerebral palsy

HBOT works best for children who develop cerebral palsy due to a brain injury caused by a lack of oxygen.

Chronic fatigue syndrome

HBOT decreases the severity of symptoms and increases the quality of life for CFS patients

Complex regional pain syndrome

HBOT is effective in decreasing pain and edema, and increasing ROM in patients with CRPS.

Crush injuries and acute ischemias

HBOT increases wound healing and decreases amputations in patients with crush injuries.


Gangrene / Gas Gangrene

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy sends oxygen to previously oxygen-deprived tissue, and often prevents amputation.


Intracranial Abscess

Hyperbarics, along with antibiotics, typically heals intracranial abscesses.

Interstitial cystitis

HBOT decreases pelvic pain and urgency, improves voiding patterns, and increases functional bladder capacity.


Multiple sclerosis

Many of our patients with MS find that regular HBOT helps them manage their symptoms.


Necrotizing soft tissue infections

Studies show that the introduction of oxygen-under-pressure often reverses and heals necrotizing infections.



HBOT improves survival, reduces overall severity, and decreases the extent of necrosis, in severe pancreatitis.

Parkinson’s disease

HBOT has been shown to decrease depression and anxiety in patients with Parkinson's disease.


Severe anemia

Leading research shows consistent positive results for HBOT as a treatment for severe anemia.


HBOT delivers oxygen to marginal, ischemic wounds and accelerates wound healing.

Spinal cord injuries

HBOT decreases aptosis (cell death), reduces spinal inflammation and increases cellular regrowth in the central nervous system.


Thermal Burns

Hypoxic tissues surrounding burns can return to normal oxygen levels with oxygen administered under pressure.


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