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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a cutting edge form of therapy that promotes natural healing. This non-invasive treatment method has proven to be beneficial for many different conditions, and is the only non-hormonal treatment that is FDA approved for regenerating human tissue. Candidates for oxygen therapy enjoy easy and painless treatment that relieves symptoms of inflammation, infection, aging, decompression sickness, gangrene, and more.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a form of oxygen therapy that utilizes pure oxygen and atmospheric pressure changes. While this may sound intense, the process is simple (and the experience is soothing!). A patient relaxes in a sealed chamber with a large window that lets them see outside of the chamber. The atmospheric pressure in the chamber is gradually increased while 100% pure oxygen floods the chamber. The patient may experience subtle changes in breathing rhythm, but most people report a peaceful, almost Zen-like experience during their treatments. Read on to discover the top benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.


Hyperbaric therapy can be instrumental in restoring a patient’s body to its healthy state after an accident or physical trauma. Patients injured in car accidents and other incidents find relief from the pain and inflammation associated with accident-related injuries. The therapy can also help patients fighting bacterial infections.


Hyperbaric treatments can offer long-term, regenerative results for patients with certain conditions. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is sometimes accompanied by stem cell therapy because the results can be similar: the oxygen rich environment promotes the body’s natural regenerative process by increasing stem cell production. This can help damaged tissues heal.


Research related to hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been ongoing for decades, and continues to advance as it gains recognition by the international medical community. Although the research conducted on the performance of hyperbaric chambers varies between different hyperbaric chamber brands, solid data has been gathered to confirm the effectiveness of treatment for a diverse range of conditions, including inflammation from injuries, thermal burns, decompression sickness in divers, diabetic wounds and other wounds that won’t heal, carbon monoxide poisoning, and others.


Hyperbaric treatment is as gentle as it is effective, which is why patients with mild ailments take to the chamber as well as those with serious conditions. Patients suffering from chronic pain find relief from oxygen therapy, and also find the process soothing and even meditative. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy also helps men and women who are looking for a non-surgical anti-aging solution. Ongoing hyperbaric treatments can provide similar anti-aging benefits as harsh injectables, such as Botox. The difference between the believability of the results (and the price tag!) falls in favor of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Safe and Realistic

Hyperbaric chambers are only operated by licensed technicians. These state of the art chambers and their accompanying software require in-depth knowledge of the machine and its effects, so patients can relax in the chamber knowing they’re in good hands. The practical benefits of hyperbaric oxygen treatment include affordability (the session costs for hyperbaric therapy are far less than other advanced medical treatments), convenience (patients only need to sit and relax in the chamber for the treatment to be effective), and a minimal time commitment (sessions typically last up to an hour, sometimes less).

Not many medical practices offer hyperbaric oxygen treatment, but residents near Jackson, TN have the opportunity to experience this unique treatment for themselves at New Life Medical Group. Call us today at 731-660-2056 to schedule your first hyperbaric oxygen appointment!

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