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RESEARCH SHOWS

Patients Use Hyperbaric Oxygen for Anti-Aging

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What if instead of trying to look younger, you actually grew more collagen to help repair your skin? What if you could repair numerous minor insults that caused your brain to slow? What if you grew new blood vessels to feed more oxygen to your muscles, joints, bones and nerves? What if you could decrease the expression of inflammatory genes and stimulate healthy genes and stem cells to reproduce more rapidly?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy provides each of these benefits. It helps patients think faster, feel greater vitality and less pain. A significant body of research, including MRIs, videos, imaging and photos, show how it works. We have been treating people for age-related issues for over 20 years. HBOT has helped many mothers, husbands, grandmothers, fathers and friends.

It significantly helped Fiona St John, the mother of the clinic Director Lisa St John. Fiona had experienced facial paralysis from her Bell’s Palsy, along with painful lymphedema from cancer damage.

Give us a call, and we can discuss numerous case studies and research studies, and discuss whether Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help you look and feel younger.

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How Hyperbarics Helps

  • Builds new collagen, skin and tissues
  • Improves brain tissue oxygenation and regeneration
  • Regrows new blood vessels and improves blood flow
  • Speeds recovery and rehabilitation time
  • Increases stem cell mobilization
  • Up-regulates growth hormones
  • Reduces pain and swelling
  • Kills bacteria and infections and makes antibiotics more effective

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Refer a Patient

1
You submit patient’s information

As a provider, your office fills out and faxes back the Patient Referral Form. Have questions? Call us!

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We get authorizations

We make sure the patient understands treatment and then follow the prescribed protocol to get the patient on the road to recovery!

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Patient starts HBOT

Our medical staff meets with the patient to ensure that HBOT is appropriatre, and contacts Medicare or private insurance to receive authorization.

  • Patient referral form
  • telephone number (408) 356 - 7438

Still looking for answers?

To learn more about HBOT, take a look at our FAQs.

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  • What is Hyperbaric Medicine?

    Hyperbaric medicine, also called hyperbaric oxygen therapy or HBOT, is a medical treatment where a patient sits or lies in pressurized chamber and breathes 100% oxygen. In HBOT, oxygen dissolves into the blood, thus raising the oxygen concentration to very high levels.This increased oxygen is a primary building block for tissues, muscle, and bone repair. Among other benefits, it kicks off cell reproduction, heals injuries and infection more rapidly, and decreases inflammation.

  • Can HBOT help Neuropathy?

    Hyperbaric treatments help heal neuropathy by regrowing small blood vessels and nerves that have died from disease, injuries from radiation and aging. Patients often experience numbness and or pain when they start treatment. Hyperbaric treatments most often bring back sensation and make, for example, walking easier and more enjoyable.

  • Does HBOT kill cancer cells?

    Current research indicates that hyperbaric oxygen does not kill cancer cells. However, there has been a small amount of research indicating that hyperbaric oxygen might reduce the size of certain tumors. Also, there has been a study on mice using hyperbaric oxygen, along with a ketogenic diet, to reduce tumors. Hyperbaric oxygen causes many different healing modalities to kick into gear. Could its effect on strengthening the immune system inhibit the growth of cancer cells? Nobody knows. There are numerous studies conclusively showing that hyperbaric oxygen does not encourage cancer cells or tumors to grow. Some patients claim the hyperbaric oxygen makes them feel a lot more comfortable and functional after chemotherapy and also during healing. Note that some chemotherapy drugs are not to be used with hyperbaric oxygen, as the chemotherapy drugs can be enhanced and thus become toxic. A good hyperbaric oxygen facility (such as Bay Area Hyperbarics) will always call the chemotherapy manufacturer to ensure that hyperbaric oxygen therapy will be helpful and not damaging to the patient.

  • Why would a physician consider HBOT?

    A physician would consider using hyperbaric chamber therapy under a variety of situations. Physicians most typically refer patients to hyperbarics when the patient is not healing with traditional medical interventions and hyperbaric chamber therapy is approved by Medicare for this condition.

    Some patients experience significant unresolved pain and unremitting disease states that the mechanisms of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in a hyperbaric chamber are known to affect, such as the down regulation of inflamatory genes. For an example, some patients have experienced severe, unremitting hives with itching, which did not improve with any specialists interventions.

    Some physicians will consider hyperbaric chamber therapy if the patient has no other good avenues for improving their failing health, and they know the hyperbaric chamber therapy is safe and will not harm the patient.

  • What is the CPT code for HBOT?

    The CPT code for HBOT is G0277.

  • What is Hypebaric Oxygen Therapy?

    Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HB0T) is a medical treatment where you inhale 100% oxygen in a chamber with increased atmospheric pressure. HBOT injects 400x the oxygen into your tissues and bones and mobilizes stem cells. It regrows healthy tissues in the brain, blood vessels, skin and bones. It also reduces pain and swelling, and speeds recovery.

    It is simple, effective and painless.

  • Does Medicare cover HBOT?

    Medicare covers Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for approved conditions, and many insurance companies also cover approved conditions. If your condition is not approved by your insurance, we can discuss our special rates. Give us a call at (408) 356–7438. We are happy to discuss your options with you.

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