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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy


Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is breathing in increased amounts of oxygen within a pressurized environment, at a higher atmospheric pressure than what is exerted at sea level (1 Atmosphere Absolute, ATA). When this occurs, a variety of physiological changes are unlocked within our body that activate healing and reverse the signs of aging.



Instead of just trying to cover the signs of aging, HBOT causes more Collagen to grow to repair your skin!  This naturally reduces fine lines and wrinkles.



HBOT increases oxygen into CSF and activates Stem Cells. Inflammation is decreased  and secondary cell death is reduced. This picture describes in detail the recovery process. HBOT is not just for stroke victims, but for many neurological conditions, such as Autism, Parkinson's Disease, ADHD, and many other disorders. 

Overall Health Benefits


This diagram explains the many benefits of hyperbaric Oxygen therapy on the human body.  This is a fantastic way to naturally heal the body. 

Warning, the following picture contains graphic images of stages of wound healing using HBOT.


Wound Healing

Increased oxygen perfusion to hard to reach areas, combined with activation of stem cells, and bacteriostat environment makes a powerful combination in healing wounds. 

Scientific Evidence

Amin, N., & Doupis, J. (2016). Diabetic foot disease: From the evaluation of the “foot at risk” to the novel diabetic ulcer treatment modalities. World Journal of Diabetes, 7(7), 153.



Cozene, B., Sadanandan, N., Gonzales-Portillo, B., Saft, M., Cho, J., Park, Y. J., & Borlongan, C. V. (2020). An extra breath of fresh air: Hyperbaric oxygenation as a stroke therapeutic. Biomolecules, 10(9), 1279.



Fu, Q., Duan, R., Sun, Y., & Li, Q. (2022). Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for healthy aging: From mechanisms to therapeutics. Redox Biology, 53, 102352.



Harch, P. G. (2022). Systematic review and dosage analysis: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy efficacy in mild traumatic brain injury persistent postconcussion syndrome. Frontiers in Neurology, 13.



Harch, P. G. (2022). Systematic review and dosage analysis: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy efficacy in mild traumatic brain injury persistent postconcussion syndrome. Frontiers in Neurology, 13.


Kaya, A., Aydin, F., Altay, T., Karapinar, L., Ozturk, H., & Karakuzu, C. (2008). Can major amputation rates be decreased in diabetic foot ulcers with hyperbaric oxygen therapy? International Orthopaedics, 33(2), 441–446.



Lansdorp, C. A., Gecse, K. B., Buskens, C. J., Löwenberg, M., Stoker, J., Bemelman, W. A., D’Haens, G. R. A. M., & van Hulst, R. A. (2020). Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for the treatment of perianal fistulas in 20 patients with crohn’s disease. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics.


Mews, J., Tomaszewska, A., Siewiera, J., Lewicki, S., Kuczborska, K., Lipińska-Opałka, A., & Kalicki, B. (2021). Effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in children with severe atopic dermatitis. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 10(6), 1157.



Mladenov, A., Diehl, K., Müller, O., von Heymann, C., Kopp, S., & Peitsch, W. K. (2022). Outcome of necrotizing fasciitis and Fournier's gangrene with and without hyperbaric oxygen therapy: A retrospective analysis over 10 years. World Journal of Emergency Surgery, 17(1).


Ortega, M. A., Fraile-Martinez, O., García-Montero, C., Callejón-Peláez, E., Sáez, M. A., Álvarez-Mon, M. A., García-Honduvilla, N., Monserrat, J., Álvarez-Mon, M., Bujan, J., & Canals, M. L. (2021). A general overview on the hyperbaric oxygen therapy: Applications, mechanisms and translational opportunities. Medicina, 57(9), 864.

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