Conditions when you should consider HBOT as an additional treatment option

1. Gas Gangrene
2. Thermal burns or any other serious burns
3. Intracranial Abscesses
4. Acute Traumatic Ischemia (ATI)
5. Gas Embolism
6. Radiation Damage (usually in patients who underwent cancer treatment)
7. Decompression sickness
8. Severe injuries where the muscles are crushed under heavy force
9. Infections that spread faster or kill soft tissue faster
10. Foot ulcers or wounds in diabetic patients


Suffering from non healing foot wounds or ulcers and diabetes? HBOT is the answer!

HBOT, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy involves a person spending 90 minutes (typically called a session) in a pure Oxygen filled chamber at a pressure nearly twice or thrice that of atmospheric pressure. This results in additional supply of oxygen to every tissue and cell in the body even to those places where the haemoglobin was not…