Mild hyperbaric therapy has been shown to greatly reduce healing time and improve numerous medical conditions. Check out our list of conditions below for further information.
Through increased oxygen and blood flow, the body builds new blood vessels, rebuilds cells, and repairs damaged tissues. Come for a “dive” and build a healthier you!
Many patients experience a more youthful appearance, increased stamina, and a sense of well-being. Athletes have improved performance and students have experienced better focus and recall.
How hyperbaric therapy can correct Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
This remarkable story inspired us at New Leaf to join the hyperbaric community. Dr. Harch’s pioneering work with traumatic brain injury (TBI) shows how much can be accomplished through this non-invasive method.
Please take a moment to watch this video.
The SPECT scans below show the difference in brain activity before and after a series of hyperbaric treatments.
Curt Allen, a TBI patient and hyperbaric therapy success story.
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Alzheimer’s & Dementia
“You know, people get frustrated because their loved ones who have Alzheimer’s, oh, he doesn’t recognize me anymore, how can I recognize this person, if they don’t recognize me? They’re not the same person.” “Well, they are the same person, but they’ve got a brain disease. And it’s not their fault they’ve got this disease.”
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Mild hyperbaric therapy speeds recovery from sports injuries, gives the athlete faster recovery from workout, increases energy and mental clarity on and off the field. By providing more oxygen at the cellular level, healing is rapid, energy levels are high and the athlete is able to focus and perform at peak levels.
Many athletes report much less lactic acid buildup with hyperbaric therapy, greater endurance and less muscle fatigue. The pressurized environment of the chamber allows many to recover much more quickly from sports injuries due to swelling, dehydration and ischemia.
This pressure decreases swelling at the same time increasing blood flow to restricted areas. Higher concentration of oxygen in the blood at the cellular level allows healing and reparation to occur at a much faster rate.
Check out our list of professional athletes that incorporate hyperbaric therapy into their fitness regimen!
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“A concern expressed by some physicians is that HBOT will stimulate the growth of cancer. Experimental animal data by Matko Marusic, Ph. D. showed that HBOT given after inoculation of cancer cells decreased the take of the cancer cells. Again, the thousands of patients treated with the Marx protocol have demonstrated a lower recurrence of cancer in patients who received HBOT as part of their reconstructive process than those who had only antibiotics and surgery. The anti cancer activity of HBOT in an experimental breast cancer and clioma model reported by RAA et al, confirms the anti cancer activity of HBOT.” William S. Maxfield, M.D. FACNM
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Cerebral & Bell’s Palsy
Furthermore, hyperbaric therapy has been proven effective in the treatment of Bell’s palsy, and when used in conjunction with other treatments, helps to prevent permanent facial disfigurement.
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Hyperbaric Therapy can be beneficial in the healing process from damage occurring from the insult/trauma, and has even been accredited with “waking up” some patients who are in a comatose state.
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Angiogenesis is defined as the development of blood vessels in the body. This may become important in the treatment of Lyme disease as it is believed that Lyme bacteria effectively evade antibiotics by moving away from normal blood flow into tissue, organs, and bone. Thus, the further the antibiotic can move into these areas through a more dense and extensive system of blood vessels, the greater the opportunity to exterminate the Bb organism. Elevated oxygen levels in tissues and blood plasma also inhibit bacterial function.
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As time passes, and hyperbaric clinics become more accessible, many people who suffer from migraine headaches will have an alternative option that avoids the myriad of possible side-effects of pharmaceuticals.
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Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
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Pre & Post Surgery
A Study done at the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery in Castle Hill Hospital in the UK has just been released and the results are extremely encouraging. The researchers noticed that when HBOT was applied before coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG), the surgery went much better. With the addition of HBOT, the heart muscle had greater strength and was able to pump stronger following the surgery. More importantly, the post-op complications were greatly reduced allowing for a much shorter hospital stay. This can be of particular interest due to the high costs associated with extended hospital stay, particularly in the intensive care.
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Long-term side effects
For most cancer patients who experience negative effects from radiotherapy, the side effects are short-term and appear within six months of their last exposure to radiation. Depending on the patient’s sensitivity to radiotherapy, the type and dose of treatment and location of the cancer, patients may experience scarring and narrowing of the blood vessels (intimal proliferation in the arterioles) within the treatment area. This can lead to inadequate blood supply and result in chronic, long-term side effects including death or damage to soft tissues or bones (necrosis, radionecrosis or osteoradionecrosis), poor wound healing and related problems such as life-threatening infections. As many as 10 to 15 percent of patients receiving high doses of radiotherapy will experience these late side effects from radiotherapy, which may be delayed for several months or years after treatment has ended.
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TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)
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