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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a medical treatment that delivers 100% oxygen to a person within a pressurized chamber. Typically, HBOT is conducted in a hospital setting, in a large non-portable chamber, under high pressure. We have just that system. 

The list of treatments is extensive:
Bell's Palsy * Brain Injuries * Buerger's Disease * All types of burns * Cellulitis * Chronic Fatigue Syndrome * Cosmetic Surgery, Pre- and Post-Operative,  Crohn's Disease * Early forms of Dementia * Diverticulitis * Eczema & Psoriasis   Encephalitis * Fibromyalgia Gangrene * Herpes Zoster and Simplex * Immune Deficiency Diseases * All types of infections * Inflammation * Lyme disease * Migraine and Cluster Headaches * M.S.Multiple Sclerosis .* Nerve Injuries * Oral Diseases, Oral Surgery & Pre- and Post-Operative Oral procedures * Osteomyelitis * Peripheral Neuropathy * Pre-&-post Sports  Exercise, Faster Recovery more endurance * Rheumatoid Arthritis * Scleroderma * Shingles  * Skin Complications and or Infections * Skin Grafts * Sports Injuries * Stroke Therapy and Rehabilitation * Surgery, Pre- and Post-Operative (builds immunity and strength) *  Tendon and Ligament Injuries * Ulcerative Colitis * Venomous Snake / Spider Bites & Wounds

During a treatment, oxygen under pressure is delivered within the hyperbaric oxygen chamber increasing the oxygen within a person's body as much as fifteen times above normal tissue saturation. Increased oxygen accelerates healing processes and assists in recovery from certain conditions and maladies. HBOT is safe. Side effects are few and none persist for any length of time. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is NOT promoted as a cure-all, but has been clearly demonstrated to dramatically increase immune capabilities, assisting patients with problems ranging from chronic wounds to complex disabilities and neurological impairment.  

Over the years, medical researchers found a number of therapeutic uses for the chambers, which force large quantities of oxygen into the body very quickly. For example, hyperbaric therapy (HBOT) can speed the development of blood vessels, thus improving outcomes for certain types of wounds, gangrene, cardiac illnesses, brain injuries, autism and other conditions