O2Plus Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Clinic
What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)?
OXYGEN is necessary for sustaining life. It is the primary ingredient that the body requires to enhance healing. It is the essential bodily requirement for the stimulation, preservation and growth of all tissues and cells. Certain levels of oxygen are required to allow normal healing processes to occur. If these optimum levels are not present, healing will be delayed.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is the administration of medical grade oxygen at greater than atmospheric pressure to improve or correct a large variety of conditions. It is an accepted therapeutic practice for the treatment of numerous diseases, physical injuries and dysfunctions.
The body’s intake of pure oxygen at greater than normal pressure, results in a substantial increase of the oxygen dissolved in all bodily tissues and fluids such as:
Cerebral spinal fluids surrounding the brain and spinal cord
At elevated pressure 15 times more oxygen can be dissolved, which reaches areas of the body where blood circulation is restricted and oxygen levels are insufficient.
Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Repair damaged tissue
Destroy bacteria and remove toxins
Save limbs & relieve pain
Recover marginally functioning/dormant cells including brain neurons
A lack of Oxygen in the tissues is the fundamental cause of all degenerative diseases. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is used for a wide range of conditions and benefits the following:
Stroke Diabetes Non-Healing Wounds Brain Injury Cancer Migraines Chronic Fatigue Arthritis Sports Injuries Pre & Post Surgery Alzheimer’s Cerebral Palsy Autism Multiple Sclerosis
Pre & Post Surgery
Canadian Association of Hyperbarics Member
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