Hyperbaric Medical Solutions (HMS) has completed the expansion of its Manhattan clinic, adding a third oxygen chamber, a larger changing area, and additional entertainment options for patients.
Chronic jaw pain can result from radiation damage sustained during treatment for head and neck cancer.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a safe, non-invasive treatment that targets and repairs damaged body tissue caused by radiation therapy.
A new study shows HBOT improves outcomes, recovery times, and limits side effects in patients undergoing phenol chemical peeling (PCP).
Recent research indicates that hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), an all-natural, non-invasive therapy, could be a viable treatment for erectile dysfunction.
When choosing a hyperbaric oxygen treatment center, keep certain attributes in mind. If a center is comprised of a highly skilled medical team, uses medical-grade hyperbaric chambers, is recommended by primary care physicians, and helps treat a wide range of conditions, it’s likely a good choice.
A hyperbaric oxygen chamber is very spacious, enabling patients to move around, watch a movie, or even talk to a technician, during a session.
During an oxygen therapy procedure, a patient lies in a spacious hyperbaric chamber, while a trained technician oversees the session.