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HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY

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STROKE, TBI/PTSD AND OTHER BRAIN INJURIES

Blast-induced traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are diagnoses of particular concern in the United States because of the volume of affected servicemen and women from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.  We can help!  Phase ! Study of HBOT for PTSD TBI

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a treatment where the patient breaths 100% Oxygen while in a pressure chamber and the pressure has been increased to more than that at sea level.  It plays an important role in healing soft tissue injuries and wounds, and reducing the risk of infection. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is a proven, medical treatment.  In the US insurance and Medicare pays for HBOT for 14 conditions but studies show that it is beneficial for a variety of conditions.  In the UK Insurance pays for more than 100 conditions.

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HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY

non-invasive  *  painless  *  effective

  • Provides 12-15 Times More Oxygen
  • Accelerates Healing
  • 8 Times More Stem Cells are Produced and Mobilized
  • Capillary Growth is Enhanced
  • Dramatically Reduces Inflammation
  • Kills Anaerobic Bacteria and Infections in Bone & Tissues

See www.accelrehab.com for information on covered conditions.

Studies show that the treatment encourages the body to build new capillaries, reduce inflammation and release 8 times more stem cells, resulting in faster recovery from injury, surgery or chronic illness.  All of our expert services are provided in a luxurious private setting by certified, experienced medical staff in the worlds largest, single person FDA acrylic hyperbaric chambers.

Information provided here is not to be considered medical advice. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for transitional/off-label indications is considered investigational. *Consultations for transitional conditions are at no charge.  *The hyperbaric physician may charge insurance or Medicare for consultations for approved indications and a co-pay may apply.