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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
HBOT is a non-invasive treatment that delivers 100% oxygen in a pressurized chamber. Breathing 100% O2 (Oxygen) in this environment allows the body to absorb 10 times more oxygen than normal breathing and promotes deep tissue healing and regeneration.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy also reduces inflammation and aides in collagen production needed for wound healing.
In addition, HBOT can rebuild bone, promote angiogenesis (growth of small blood vessels), and fight infections. It enhances stem cell release along with activating the immune system to fight bacteria.
Our goal is to exceed the expectations of all that we serve by continuing to improve our standards beyond the boundaries of typical healthcare. We provide a wealth of knowledge in the field of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, along with a desire to educate and empower our patients to obtain optimum outcomes.
Medici Hyperbarics only uses large diameter Sechrist chambers. These chambers provide a spacious environment, that allows for patient comfort.
Entertainment systems and two-way intercom ensure an enjoyable treatment with the ability to communicate with the technician.
Hard acrylic chambers have been proven to deliver appropriate and accurate treatment depth with built in safety features to achieve the safest and most efficient hyperbaric treatment.
*** Beware of False Hyperbaric Treatment***
Our chambers are capable of 3 ATA of pressure and typical treatment protocols are between 2.0ATA and 2.4ATA. In contrast, bag chambers can only go to 1.3 ATA.
The FDA does not recognize inflatable (zip-up style) bags as a medical device for hyperbaric oxygen treatment and you will not find them in any reputable hospital or medical office.
Scientific literature shows that oxygen becomes bacteriostatic (biological or chemical agent that prevents bacteria from reproducing) at 1.5 ATA.
Since inflatable bags can only produce 1.3ATA they not only can’t prevent bacteria from growing, they can actually enhance the growth of some molds, fungus, and aerobic bacteria.
Bag chambers are not regulated to the same safety standards as true Hyperbaric chambers and increase the risk of fire among other hazards.