In this case, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helped a patient with sudden hearing loss recovery fully, regaining 100% of her hearing.
Take a Healing Breath
HMS Woodbury features monoplace hyperbaric oxygen therapy chambers, PRP therapy, IV therapy, and more to naturally heal clients in Nassau, Suffolk & Queens Counties.
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- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- PRP Therapy
- IV Therapy
- Concussion Recovery
- Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield
- The Empire Plan
- Emblem (including GHI, Vytra, HIP)
- No Fault
- Oxford/United Healthcare
- Workers Compensation
Opened July 2012, HMS Woodbury is the largest of HMS' locations with four monoplace hyperbaric oxygen chambers —each with their own personal TV and DVD player, an IV suite, and home to most administrative staff. This location is conveniently located right off the Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (NY-135) and Jericho Turnpike, with its entrance at the southeast corner of the building.
For those visiting us from out of town, HMS has arranged for a corporate room rate at the beautiful Fox Hollow Inn, located just one block away. Please mention Hyperbaric Medical Solutions when calling for a reservation. Also nearby are other hotels such as the Hampton Inn (Jericho), Holiday Inn Express and Four Points by Sheraton (Plainview).
Directions and Parking
HMS Woodbury is located right off Jericho Turnpike, just east of the Seaford/Oyster Bay Expressway. Located inside of an office complex just two building down from Nassau County 2nd Precinct station, the entrance to the facility is in the rear of the building at 80 Crossways Park Drive, Suite 200. Note: that it is Crossways Park Drive, not Crossways Park West.
80 Crossways Park Drive
Woodbury, NY 11797
Hours of Operation:
Monday–Friday from 8:00am–8:00pm
Weekend appointments available based on clinical need.
Medical Team at this Location
Alan Katz, MD, FUHM, FACEP, FAAEM
National Medical Director
Alan A Katz, M.D. is the National Medical Director for Hyperbaric Medical Solutions (HMS), directing clinical operations, as well as education and research initiatives for all HMS locations. He has been a leader in the fields Hyperbaric Medicine and Emergency Medicine for over 30 years.
Henry Prince, MD, FACOG
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Henry Prince has led Hyperbaric Medical Solutions since its inception in 2011, forging important clinical relationships in the medical community and pioneering the practice’s effort to help patients experience optimal health using the incredible healing properties of HBOT. He has been practicing medicine on Long Island and the New York metropolitan area for over 30 years with extensive experience in the areas of obstetrics and gynecology, as well as HBOT. After graduating cum laude from Downstate Medical School, with Alpha Omega Alpha distinction, Dr. Prince completed his residency at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York. He is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and accredited in HBOT. Dr. Prince is the President and Founder of Women’s Health Professionals, a large women’s health practice, a Mount Sinai affiliated physician, and an active member in both the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society.
Jodi Velocci, RPA‑C
Lead Physician Assistant
Jodi Velocci is our Lead Physician Assistant. She comes from a background of Emergency Medicine, Orthopedics, Gastroenterology, and 15 years in Internal Medicine after graduating magna cum laude from the St. John’s University Physician Assistant Program in 1988. Jodi became certified in hyperbaric oxygen treatment in May 2015 while looking to be more integrative in her approach to healthcare. The most rewarding part of working in hyperbaric medicine at HMS, is that she is able to provide care to patients like she would her loved ones: with focus, dignity, and compassion.
Cydney Taylor, RPA‑C
Cydney started as a Physician Assistant in 1999 after completing her degree at the CUNY/Harlem Hospital Physician Assistant Program and CUNY/Hunter College School of Public Health. Cydney is passionate about using a holistic, integrative approach to health and wellness. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy compliments this passion and her professional interests in primary medicine, functional medicine, and public health.
Kristin Thomson, PA-C
Kristin Thomson has been practicing medicine as a board-certified physician assistant since 2002. She received her medical training at Quinnipiac University and obtained her doctoral degree from Nova Southeastern University. In addition to practicing hyperbaric medicine, she has spent most of her clinical career in Emergency Medicine. Since 2008, Kristin has been an active participant in PA medical education at both the local and national level, where she has been awarded numerous leadership awards in PA education. She is a member of Pi Alpha National Honor Society, which recognizes PAs with significant academic achievement and honors them for their leadership, research, and professional service. In addition to her role at HMS, Kristin holds an academic faculty position at Stony Brook University in NY. Her scholarly work includes authoring medical education-related federal and local sponsored grants, being a member of the review board for the Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, and being active in academic policy workgroups that has been tasked to provide recommendations on competency-focused curriculums. Her research interests include investigational uses of hyperbaric medicine, regenerative medicine, and innovations related to medical education.
Depending on a number of factors, the effects of HBOT can last for several weeks or months, and, in some cases, they may be permanent.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helps a women with a failed flap and non-healing would following an abdominoplasty aka tummy tuck, a well-known plastic surgery.