COVID-19 (coronavirus) Notice: Effective March 22, 2020, as per the order for non-essential workers to stay at home by Governor Cuomo, we are making some changes to operations. Our NY offices will remain open, however, only essential clinical staff will be in the office. All admin and other non-essential staff will work from home and are available to take calls and assist you in any way. Please continue to call the office or contact us via the web as normal. We will continue to monitor changes to the situation and government regulations, and are taking precautions by wearing protective gear for everyone's safety and performing deep cleanings - both during the day and after-hours.

Learn more about the proactive precautions we are taking, along with general recommendations for staying healthy, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Radiation Damage to Reproductive Organs Alleviated by HBOT

Radiation treatment for ovarian, cervical and uterine cancers may result in long-term damage to the reproductive organs, affecting fertility, bowel function, and other issues. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help heal and reverse these effects.

Pelvic Radiation May Lead to Long-Term Damage for Men

Radiation treatment for prostate cancer can manifest in delayed symptoms including hemorrhage, increased urinary frequency, incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and abnormal swelling, among others.

Brain Cancers, Brain Tumors & the Delayed Effects of Radiation Injury

Radiation treatment for brain cancer can result in delayed side effects ranging from severe headaches and nausea to more serious symptoms such as neurological deficits and recurrence of cancerous tumors.

Breast Cancer & Delayed Radiation Injury: Symptoms & Solutions

Symptoms of delayed radiation injury following breast cancer treatment can include increased redness and swelling at the site, lymphedema, and weakened bone structure leading to area rib fractures.

Delayed Radiation Injury: Head & Neck Cancer

Delayed radiation injury due to treatment for head and neck cancer can result in symptoms ranging from redness, swelling and visible sores to jawbone fractures, dental complications, loss of appetite and difficulty swallowing.