If you have been referred for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) by your primary care physician, you may be wondering whether they will have any involvement in your HBOT treatment and care.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is in the news again, as researchers are looking at the potential use of HBOT to treat early, rapidly advancing Alzheimer’s dementia.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy requires you to spend an extended period of time inside the therapy chamber to get the full benefit. Of course, while you are there you may want something to do to pass the time.
Simply put, Hyperbaric Medicine refers to a type of medicine which incorporates an ambient pressure greater than sea level atmospheric pressure in treatments.
Hyperbaric medicine is a treatment modality that applies high pressure oxygen to treat various ailments of the body.
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