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Athletic Recovery

Whether you are a marathon runner, football player, or avid golf player, you are always at risk of injury. You want to be on top of the game and are constantly pushing harder and faster, but what happens when you are injured? How long are you stuck out of the game? Sprains, breaks, and tears can cost you months from doing what you love, sometimes having to give it up altogether. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a great treatment for athletic recovery after an injury.

 

How it helps

 

By going under pressure, oxygen is forced to dissolve into the plasma and get to the injured areas, saturating the hypoxic tissue, muscle, and bone. This forces the inflammation to go down and the growth of new blood vessels forcing accelerated healing, which reduces bruising, swelling and pain. Increased oxygen also stimulates stem cells and reduces lactic acid.

What are you waiting for? Let us help you get back in the game now. To learn more about hyperbaric oxygen treatment for athletic recovery, call 757-452-3934.

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HBOT Testimonial: Brain Injury

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Effects on sports injuries

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, we provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Near Infrared Light Therapy (NIR), massage, and acupuncture...

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The role of hyperbaric oxygen in sports medicine

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, we provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Near Infrared Light Therapy (NIR), massage, and acupuncture...

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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy, referred to as “CP”, is a neurological disorder result from a brain injury or malformation that is caused while the child’s brain is under development. The injury can occur before, during or after birth. It can also result from abuse, medical malpractice, infections, and accidents. Having CP can affect ones muscle control, coordination, and tone, as well as reflex, balance, posture and body movements. It also can affect fine and gross motor skills, and motor function. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a great alternative treatment to help improve symptoms associated with Cerebral Palsy.

How can Hyperbaric oxygen help Cerebral Palsy?

Under pressure, oxygen can get to the damaged tissues of the brain and reduce tissue swelling by constricting blood vessels and interrupting the vicious cycle where oxygen lack leads to tissue swelling, which then leads to further oxygen deficiency. Many children with Cerebral Palsy have been able to gain muscle control, reduce seizure activity, improve speech and fine motor skills, gain the ability to swallow, and more after receiving  hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Do you have a loved one with Cerebral Palsy? Give us a call today and get your child on the path to an improved quality of life.

Note* Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is an adjunctive therapy and should be used along with speech therapy, physical therapy, and other alternative treatments to optimize healing. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is not approved by insurance for Cerebral Palsy in the state of Virginia and is still considered investigational. This is not to be considered medical advice.

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HBOT Testimonial: Brain Injury

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Hyperbaric Oxygen For Children With Cerebral Palsy

HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY FOR CEREBRAL PALSY CHILDREN Philip James MB ChB, DIH, PhD, FFOM, Wolfson Hyperbaric Medicine Unit, The University of ...

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Hyperbaric Therapy-Based Multimode Therapy for children with Cerebral Palsy

Title: Hyperbaric Therapy-Based Multimode Therapy for children  with Cerebral Palsy   Author: Dr. Arun Mukherjee, MD   Direct...

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Causes of Cerebral Palsy Oxygen Therapy in the Neonatal Period Treatment of Cerebral Palsy with HBOT Conclusions

An entry from K.K. Jain's Textbook Of Hyperbaric Medicine Cerebral palsy is a chronic neurological disorder that can be due to several causes of br...

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Fibromyalgia

According to the Institute for Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, Fibromyalgia syndrome is a common, chronic disorder. It is characterized by widespread pain, diffuse tenderness, and a number of other symptoms.

Although fibromyalgia is often considered an arthritis-related condition, it is not truly a form of arthritis (a disease of the joints) because it does not cause inflammation or damage to the joints, muscles, or other tissues. Like arthritis, however, fibromyalgia can cause significant pain and fatigue, and it can interfere with a person’s ability to carry on daily activities. Also like arthritis, fibromyalgia is considered a rheumatic condition, a medical condition that impairs the joints and/or soft tissues and causes chronic pain. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been shown as an alternative treatment and benefit those suffering with Fibromyalgia.

If you or someone you know is suffering with fibromyalgia, there is hope. Start the road to getting your life back today. Call 757-452-3934 to schedule your consultation.

 

Fibromyalgia and HBOT:

The recent study (below in the “study” section of the page) provides evidence that HBOT can improve the symptoms and life quality of FMS patients. Moreover, it shows that HBOT can induce neuroplasticity and significantly rectify abnormal brain activity in pain related areas of FMS patients.

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HBOT Testimonial: Brain Injury

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Fibromyalgia Research: Elena Rosario

In just two months and 40 hyperbaric sessions later my life has  changed and I no longer have migraines or pain from  Fibromyalgia.   Read More

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Studies using HBOT for Fibromyalgia Symptoms

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IBD

Whether you are a marathon runner, football player, or avid golf player, you are always at risk of injury. You want to be on top of the game and are constantly pushing harder and faster, but what happens when you are injured? How long are you stuck out of the game? Sprains, breaks, and tears can cost you months from doing what you love, sometimes having to give it up altogether. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a great treatment for athletic recovery after an injury.

Testimonials

HBOT Testimonial: Brain Injury

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The role of hyperbaric oxygen in sports medicine

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, we provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Near Infrared Light Therapy (NIR), massage, and acupuncture...

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Neuropathy

Whether you are a marathon runner, football player, or avid golf player, you are always at risk of injury. You want to be on top of the game and are constantly pushing harder and faster, but what happens when you are injured? How long are you stuck out of the game? Sprains, breaks, and tears can cost you months from doing what you love, sometimes having to give it up altogether. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a great treatment for athletic recovery after an injury.

 

How it helps

 

By going under pressure, oxygen is forced to dissolve into the plasma and get to the injured areas, saturating the hypoxic tissue, muscle, and bone. This forces the inflammation to go down and the growth of new blood vessels forcing accelerated healing, which reduces bruising, swelling and pain. Increased oxygen also stimulates stem cells and reduces lactic acid.

What are you waiting for? Let us help you get back in the game now. To learn more about hyperbaric oxygen treatment for athletic recovery, call 757-452-3934.

Testimonials

HBOT Testimonial: Brain Injury

Testimonial content

Research

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Effects on sports injuries

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, we provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Near Infrared Light Therapy (NIR), massage, and acupuncture...

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Parkinsons Desease

As Parkinson’s Disease patients become more empowered to look for multiple treatment modalities to prevent and/or treat a multitude of health issues, hyperbaric oxygen therapy is being used more and more as a safe, adjunctive therapy. Patients with PD are increasingly using hyperbaric oxygen therapy to keep symptoms at bay.

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, patients with Parkinson’s Disease have experienced relief with many symptoms of Parkinson’s. Watch the videos below to see and hear real patients tell their own stories about their experiences with hyperbaric oxygen therapy and Parkinson’s.

There are more and more case studies and research being conducted to understand the mechanisms behind the assistance that HBOT can provide in treating Parkinson’s as an adjunct to other treatment modalities. The following was published online at www.regenquesta.com.

How it helps

 

By going under pressure, oxygen is forced to dissolve into the plasma and get to the injured areas, saturating the hypoxic tissue, muscle, and bone. This forces the inflammation to go down and the growth of new blood vessels forcing accelerated healing, which reduces bruising, swelling and pain. Increased oxygen also stimulates stem cells and reduces lactic acid.

What are you waiting for? Let us help you get back in the game now. To learn more about hyperbaric oxygen treatment for athletic recovery, call 757-452-3934.

Testimonials

HBOT Testimonial: Brain Injury

Testimonial content

Research

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Effects on sports injuries

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, we provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Near Infrared Light Therapy (NIR), massage, and acupuncture...

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Stroke

A stroke occurs when the blood flow is cut off to a certain area of the brain. When an artery becomes blocked, this results in an ischemic stroke. when a blood vessel bursts or leaks, it becomes a hemorrhagic stroke. Within minutes of a stroke, the affected brain tissue  become hypoxic and are simply lacking oxygen. Some of the long term effects of a stroke includes paralysis, slurred speech, droopiness, memory loss, decrease motor skills and more.

 

Stroke Recovery

Some of the main treatments for stroke recovery include, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and rehabilitation. These are all wonderful therapies but most stroke survivors plateau after a certain amount of time. Unfortunately, most of the damaged tissue to the brain still remains without blood flow and becomes dormant, limiting the available to continue improvement.

 

How Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Help?

The hyperbaric pressure forces the oxygen to dissolve and hyper oxygenate every tissue, muscle, fluid, and bone in the body. With consecutive treatments, HBOT is able to get blood flow back to the injured areas of the brain and accelerate healing. Many of our patients have finished treatment with improved speech, balance, motor skills, ability to have an improved quality of life.

Below are some of the most recent studies, as well as video testimonials using hyperbaric oxygen therapy for stroke. Give us a call today to learn more.

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HBOT Testimonial: Brain Injury

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Effects on sports injuries

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, we provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Near Infrared Light Therapy (NIR), massage, and acupuncture...

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Traumatic Brain Injury

Whether you are a marathon runner, football player, or avid golf player, you are always at risk of injury. You want to be on top of the game and are constantly pushing harder and faster, but what happens when you are injured? How long are you stuck out of the game? Sprains, breaks, and tears can cost you months from doing what you love, sometimes having to give it up altogether. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a great treatment for athletic recovery after an injury.

 

How it helps

 

By going under pressure, oxygen is forced to dissolve into the plasma and get to the injured areas, saturating the hypoxic tissue, muscle, and bone. This forces the inflammation to go down and the growth of new blood vessels forcing accelerated healing, which reduces bruising, swelling and pain. Increased oxygen also stimulates stem cells and reduces lactic acid.

What are you waiting for? Let us help you get back in the game now. To learn more about hyperbaric oxygen treatment for athletic recovery, call 757-452-3934.

Testimonials

HBOT Testimonial: Brain Injury

Testimonial content

Research

Image
Hyperbaric Oxygen Effects on sports injuries

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, we provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Near Infrared Light Therapy (NIR), massage, and acupuncture...

Read More
Image
The role of hyperbaric oxygen in sports medicine

At Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy, we provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Near Infrared Light Therapy (NIR), massage, and acupuncture...

Read More