What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)?

HBOT involves breathing almost 100% pure oxygen in a pressurized environment.  This allows for your blood to carry this extra oxygen throughout your body to help stimulate the release of growth factors and stem cells which promote healing.

Is HBOT safe?

Whether using a hospital grade high pressure chamber or a mild chamber, each pose their own risk.   Being informed on how to operate your mild chamber is very important and will reduce any risk significantly.  Generally HBOT is safe when being used for the intended purposes set forth by the FDA and in accordance with their guidelines.

What is the difference between a Soft Chamber and a Hard Chamber?

This is a contentious debate, as with any issue in the highly regulated medical field .  Click the link below to learn more.

How many treatments are needed?

The number of treatments that is right for you will depend on your unique situation.  For example three sessions a week at 60 minutes per session is suitable for some and others do well with five sessions a week.  These are not highly pressurized hospital chambers and therefore the treatment or maintenance period is different.  (See What is the difference between a Soft chamber and a Hard Chamber)

What is an oxygen concentrator ?

This is a very important addition to your chamber that will help deliver almost 100% oxygen to your body via an oxygen mask or a cannula, while inside of your chamber.  Click the link below to learn more.

What maintenance is needed for my portable HBOT chamber?

Generally there is little maintenance required for your chamber other than occasionally applying oil to the zippers and inspecting the valves.  The Oxygen Concentrator and Air Compressor are separate devices that require their own separate maintenance