Anoxic Brain Injury
Anoxic brain injury is a type of brain injury caused by oxygen deprivation. This can cause serious damage, as the brain depends on oxygen to function properly. In fact, brain cells without enough oxygen will begin to die after about six minutes.
There are several ways someone could suffer anoxic brain damage. Nearly drowning, experiencing a decrease of oxygen flow to the brain due to a heart issue and overdosing on drugs are just a few examples. The effects of an anoxic brain injury can range from balance issues, memory loss, vision problems and/or loss of consciousness.
The use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can promote healing by restoring oxygen levels, and thus, improving the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the brain. This can result in blood vessel growth and damaged tissue repair, among other benefits.
How you will benefit from HBOT
- Reduces inflammation & swelling
- Encourages angiogenesis, or new blood vessel formation
- Stimulates stem cell release & migration to area of injury
- Repairs damaged nerves
Did You Know?
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Helps Neurological Conditions. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is the only known therapy that can significantly raise the oxygen levels in the brain, which promotes accelerated repair, recovery and potential neurological tissue regeneration.
Our experienced clinical team is always available to answer any questions you may have about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and our facilities. You deserve the best – Our mission is to achieve patient success through personalized, innovative, and compassionate care that enhances your healing potential. Since Anoxic Brain Injury currently isn’t on the FDA approved list, insurance companies most likely won’t cover payment for this service. To help make Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy accessible for all who may benefit, we offer several payment options, including financing through CareCredit.
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