At Hyperbaric Therapy, we pride ourselves on how fast we return athletes to their competition arena. We use a different approach then any other clinic in the world – we like to think of it as a out of box way of thinking for healing our athletes. We have a very high success rate with sports injury repair and recovery. We have treated Professional, Amateur, and High School athletes and even children who all have been injured while doing the sports that they love. We combined a few of our Healing Modalities and created our own Proprietary Blend. Our Proprietary Blend also works great on anyone about to under go surgery. For Surgery we suggest 2 treatments before and at least 5 after surgery, to receive the best results after surgery the client needs to come in as soon as possible.
We have had great success with minimal treatments for 1st and 2nd time concussion clients. Don’t waste anymore time putting treatments off. Concussions can get worse over time if not treated ASAP. If the headaches and loss of focus continue please reach out to one of our locations we can help.
If you are looking to get a boost in Sports Recovery Hyperbaric Treatments can help with as few as two treatments a week after your hardest workouts.
There has recently been a resurgence in interest in hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) treatment in sports therapy, especially in Japan. Oxygen naturally plays a crucial role in recovery from injury and physiological fatigue. By performing HBO treatment, more oxygen is dissolved in the plasma of the pulmonary vein via the alveolar, increasing the oxygen reaching the peripheral tissues. HBO treatment is therefore expected to improve recovery from injury and fatigue. HBO treatment has been reported to reduce post-injury swelling in animals, and in humans; swelling was also mitigated, but to a lesser extent. Positive results have also been reported regarding tissue remodeling after injury, with injuries involving bones, muscles and ligaments showing improved recovery. Furthermore, HBO treatment has effectively increased recovery from fatigue. This was clearly seen at the Nagano Winter Olympics, where sports players experiencing fatigue were successfully treated, enabling the players to continue performing in the games. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16138784)
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (1.5 ATA) in treating sports related TBI/CTE: two case reports