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Oxygen Health Spa is now open in Malad City & Twin Falls, ID & Chattanooga TN!

Medical Conditions

Parkinson's

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has been suggested as a potential adjunctive therapy for Parkinson's disease (PD). PD is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by the progressive loss of dopaminergic neurons.

Multiple Sclerosis​

The use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to treat Multiple Sclerosis patients aims to relieve symptoms and help prevent attacks and disabilities.

Bell's Palsy​

In hyperbaric oxygen therapy, the person undergoing treatment breathes 100% oxygen in a pressurized chamber for about one hour (called a 'dive'). This may produce more dissolved oxygen in the facial nerve and might reduce nerve damage in Bell's palsy.

Cancer​

HBOT can be used in conjunction with chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and the ketogenic diet to treat cancer. Additionally, it might lessen radiation's negative effects, such as "chemo brain," and chemotherapy, as well as surgical recuperation times. HBOT is additionally FDA-approved for the treatment of latent radiation damage.

Colitis

Patients with Ulcerative Colitis benefit from hyperbaric oxygen therapy because it raises oxygen levels in their blood and tissues, which decreases swelling and inflammation and promotes tissue healing.

Stroke

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) can assist regenerate blood vessels and regenerating nerve cells after harm has already been done. HBOT can also correct tissue oxygen deficiency in the acute setting.

Cirrhosis

Immediate HBOT in the liver lowers oxidative stress and inflammation to safeguard hepatocytes in liver injury. HBOT also promotes fibrogenesis and hepatocyte proliferation. HBOT prevents bacterial translocation to lessen liver damage brought on by sepsis. Additionally, HBOT is unquestionably a successful treatment for arterial thrombosis.

Gastrointestinal Ulcers​

Patients with ulcers benefit from hyperbaric oxygen therapy because it raises oxygen levels in their blood and tissues, which decreases swelling and inflammation and promotes tissue healing.

Diabetes

When used to treat diabetic lower extremity wounds, hyperbaric oxygen therapy speeds up healing, lowers the likelihood of amputation, and can significantly enhance the quality of life.

Asthma

HBOT reduces swelling and inflammation. HBOT relieves hypoxia that can occur due to allergy-related sinus pressure​

Radiation burns​

Reconstructive surgery or radiation burns may leave visible scars. These hypoxic tissues get access to more oxygen thanks to HBOT. HBOT significantly lessens edema because it can give injured cells more oxygen.

Macular Degeneration

For macular degeneration, hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) involves breathing pure oxygen at pressures above atmospheric pressure inside a sealed room. Because oxygen deficiency plays a role in the macula's degeneration, HBOT's oxygen-rich environment can encourage cell regeneration and recovery.

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