We are dedicated to improving the health and well being of our community
We have helped thousands of your neighbors navigate the path to treatment, recovery and wellness by incorporating hyperbaric oxygen therapy in their lives. We are here to help you, too. Call us today to explore your options.
What we do
I have spent the last 10 years of my life treating over three thousand patients with hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT); it sounds crazy, but this is my purpose in life. When you see people walk in to the clinic empty, alone, numb, hopeless that anything will ever help them, you want to do whatever you can to help. Then, when you see them start walking again for the first time in years, improve their speech it's the most rewarding thing ever.
Cara Mae Melton is passionate about helping people live their best lives. She is a dynamic executive who has been applying expertise in business oversight, strategy, operations and development over the last 20 years for early stage and start up organizations. She is an innovator and entrepreneur focused on solving consumer and business problems through the creation and delivery of inventive interventions, products and solutions. Cara Mae has held C-level roles in for profit and nonprofit organizations. She started and/or ran multiple companies in the legal, health and military verticals. She is the co-founder and CEO of CareConscious, LLC, co-founder and President of Heal the Warriors, Inc. and co-owner and President of Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, Inc. and Tidewater Hyperbaric, LLC. Melton is also a principle in Ripple Group, Inc., founding board member of the National Hyperbaric Association and provides consultation for multiple companies regarding product strategy and development. Cara Mae is a runner, tennis player and mother of 3 incredible children.
Tommy is the safety director and an a certified hyperbaric technician. He has been helping people in our community receive HBOT since 2012! Tommy is also a licensed massage therapist.
Dr. Steckler is residency trained and board certified in emergency medicine. She has primarily been providing hyperbaric oxygen therapy at hospitals in Hampton Roads since 2017.
Karegan ensures that the community knows all about the services we provide. When patients are receiving therapy, she makes it her mission to ensure they have the absolute best care and experience possible. Karegan is also attending college pursuing a career in family counseling.