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Hyperbaric oxygen, more is better right? — Wrong, lower pressure shown to provide stronger effect!

People still believe that hyperbaric oxygen therapy only works at higher pressures. Most of them are only practicing with higher pressure protocols and have not taken the time to go through the steady... Read More

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy shown to help with Autism

“Children with autism who received hyperbaric treatment at 1.3 ATA and 24% oxygen for 40 hourly sessions had significant improvements in overall functioning, receptive language, social interaction, ... Read More

Low-pressure hyperbaric oxygen helps blast-induced injured military subjects with post concussion disorder and PTSD

16 military subjects received a 'typical dose' of low pressure hyperbaric oxygen therapy (40 sessions at 1.5 ATA for 60 min HBOT within 30 days) for mild to moderate traumatic brain injuries. After... Read More

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Diabetes

Currently, hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a valuable hospital tool for diabetics with chronic non-healing wounds and is a therapy that is reserved for late stages of diabetics. With recent literature su... Read More

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy — a safe and potentially effective treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Though hyperbaric oxygen therapy is not an FDA-approved treatment for autism, there are progressively, and exponentially, more autistic families that are seeking out hyperbaric therapy for their child... Read More