July 25, 2021

Hyperbaric Therapy Near Me

hyperbaric therapy near me

Hyperbaric Therapy Near Me

Recently, read in an online article in a popular alternative health newsletter that hyperbaric oxygen chambers are extremely effective in the treatment of autism. This article was called, "Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment for Autism: Neurobiological Implications." The article was written by Bruce Humberstone and circulating widely on the Web, it states: "Oxygen hyperbaric oxygen treatments (HBT) have shown profound improvement in autistic patients with specific language and communication delays. Additionally, patients with autism demonstrated a greater capacity for gain in attention, decreased anxiety and distress, and enhanced response to stress."

I'm not an expert on all matters autism, but I am a child psychologist who has been using hyperbaric chamber for home settings for several years. I am also very much familiar with hyperbaric oxygen chamber technology and what it can do. If you are interested in learning more about hyperbaric chambers and hyperbaric oxygen therapy, you can access my research website at the website link below. Read more about hyperbaric oxygen therapy and other alternative healing methods on this website.

The article goes on to say:" Athletes receive a hyperbaric chamber for home use for approximately five hours on game day or exercise weekends. Many athletes have found these units to be highly effective for muscle recovery, muscle conditioning, and speed development." I was surprised to learn that one of the primary goals of the hyperbaric chamber for home/neurotherapy is to promote a faster recovery time for athletes. That's a legitimate goal, and I'm not sure how it could be possible, but the article does make sense to me now.

I think I am going to pass on that particular benefit to my patients, as I don't believe it has any correlation with autism, but who knows? Many of my patients with autism and ADHD also take hyperbaric chambers for home use. So, that's another question. I also notice that hyperbaric oxygen therapy near me in my office has had positive results with many different patients. I continue to use them in my office for patients with memory issues, learning difficulties, and other special needs.

The hyperbaric chamber for home use article continues on to say: "The chambers can be used in conjunction with speech therapy or music therapy. A person can enter a state of hyperbaria through a tube or plastic hose that is connected to the chamber. The individual will be enveloped in a pleasant, oxygen-rich environment, with sounds ranging from soft voices to ocean waves."

I've never actually been to a hyperbaric chamber, so I cannot comment on the quality of the atmosphere or the actual temperature or pressure inside the chamber. I do know that they are pretty cool units and that they pump around pressurized air at relatively high pressure. That is a bit different than the typical oxygen rich, fresh air that you might experience walking into a health spa. Perhaps you would care to try it and let us know if it helped your health conditions.

There are several clinics that offer hyperbaric oxygen therapy near me. To find the right clinic for you, start by finding a physical therapist or a psychologist that specializes in mental health and add on some other techniques if needed. Then find a home hyperbaric chamber for sale, if you do not already own one. You can either buy new or use an old one. If you decide to use an old hyperbaric chamber, I highly recommend getting one that is used only occasionally rather than regularly.

I think we can all understand the benefits of hyperbaric chambers have for athletes and mental health and wellness. Even if you don't suffer from an injury, you may want to consider using one of these transportable chambers. They are safer than sitting in a dark cave, no one knows if you are coming down with a deadly gas, being attacked by a wild animal, or just becoming too uncomfortable to engage in your activities. Hyperbaric chambers can also be helpful to people who have heart disease and high blood pressure as well as the elderly and those with respiratory problems, such as asthma.

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