Hypobaric Oxygen Therapy

Natural Healing. Natural Results.

Reduce your symptoms, speed your recovery, and reclaim your body with Hyperbarics Therapy.

How Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Help Me?

Improved Quality of Life

Improved Quality of Life

Studies show that regular HBOT sessions improve cognitive function in adults, reduce stress, and stimulate many types of healing.
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Lowers Total Body Inflammation

HBOT sessions work to reduce inflammation in the body.
Boosts Stem Cell Production

Boosts Your Bloodstream

HBOT can help your blood carry more oxygen and strengthen your white blood cells against infection.

Stories from Our Patients

Swanson Hyperbarics has helped hundreds of people just like you achieve their wellness potential. From aches and pains to much deeper usses, to anti-aging, our technics and services can help you feel like you again.

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Bringing out the Best in you With Customized Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Plans.

Are you not feeling your best and don’t know why? Are you frustrated with what’s been suggested so far? Are you struggling with reaching your body’s full potential?

We’ve been there and can help you gain the health and strength you hope for by providing you personalized care.

We specialize in leading edge diagnostics and treatments that include Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), HCOTT, PEMF Therapy and other regenerative solutions that naturally unlock your body’s potential in recovery and wellness.

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Stimulate Your Body's Natural Healing Ability

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Frequently Asked Questions

Being informed is the most important thing when choose a treatment option that works for you. Learn more with our HBOT FAQs or by contacting one of our Certified Hyperbarics Technicians.

A typical treatment generally lasts a bit over two hours. Of course, treatments can sometimes take longer, especially if patients have difficulty clearing their ears during the pressurization phase.

There are 14 indications that are approved to be treated by the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Committee:

  1. Air or gas embolism – when gas bubbles enter arteries or veins
  2. Carbon monoxide poisoning – when carbon monoxide is inhaled and injuries arise from that
  3. Clostridial myositis and myonecrosis – a rapidly progressive infection of the soft tissue, known commonly as “gas gangrene”
  4. Crush injury, compartment syndrome, and other acute traumatic ischemias – injuries that result from trauma, from minor contusions to limb threatening damage
  5. Decompression sickness – referred to as the “bends,” is the formation of inert gas bubbles in tissue, usually caused by rapid ascent from a dive.
  6. Arterial insufficiencies – wounds that are not healing properly
  7. Severe anemia – a loss of red blood cell mass due to hemorrhage, hemolysis, or aplasia
  8. Intracranial abscess – an inflammation caused from infected material coming from local or remote infectious sources
  9. Necrotizing soft tissue infections – a rare but severe type of bacterial infection that can cause tissue death
  10. Osteomyelitis – an infection of bone or bone marrow
  11. Delayed radiation injury (soft tissue and bony necrosis) – some radiation treatments leave patients with cell damage to soft tissue (such as mouth, throat, and the gastrointestinal tract).
  12. Compromised grafts and flaps – when a skin graft does not heal properly
  13. Acute thermal burn injury – severe burns that can be treated with enhanced oxygen
  14. Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss – hearing loss caused by a malfunction in a certain nerve in the brain

The number and frequency of treatments needed varies with the specific condition that is being treated. For many conditions, one treatment a day (Monday through Friday) is given for a total of 20 to 30 treatments, usually a total of four to six weeks.

There are a couple stages during a typical treatment (or dive).

  • The first stage is compression (or diving) in which the chamber is pressurized to the prescribed pressure (or depth).
  • After the oxygen periods are finished, the chamber is depressurized (or surfaced) and the treatment is finished.

Your Journey to Healing Starts Here.

Take the next step towards healing by scheduling a free consultation to learn all the benefits of Hyperbarics Oxygen Therapy and if it is a right fit for you, contact us today!