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Hyperbaric Oxygen

Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy is the use of pressurize pure natural oxygen in a closed environment for the purpose of improving patient healing at an accerated rate.

This is a very safe and well tested proceedure where a patient lays comfortably in a large cylinder and natural oxygen enters. Then with gentle pressure, similar to going under water 10 feet, where the body becomes more saturated with the applied oxygen it is absorbed. Since it is well known that oxygen produces quicker healing it can be useful in treating injuries, diabetic wounds that won't heal, post surgery incision, infections and has been used for fibromyalgia and much more.

Integrative approaches for the use of of hyerbaric oxygen include autism, post immunization neurological injury, stroke, Lymes disease, cancer, musculoskeletal injuries and more. While many of these uses have not been FDA approved - many thousands of patients are treated each year and attest to the miraculous results that occurred from this very safe natural therapy.
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