Hyperbaric Chamber Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Chamber Oxygen Therapy, also known as oxygen therapy, involves administering pure oxygen to patients in large quantities while they are under high atmospheric pressure conditions. This allows the body to receive more oxygen than it would under normal atmospheric pressure, promoting refreshment, better health, and aiding in post-operative wound rehabilitation.

Benefits of Hyperbaric Chamber Oxygen Therapy

  • Strengthen wound healing and regeneration, making wounds heal faster.
  • Reduce swelling and tissue inflammation.
  • Reduce the size of air bubbles, helping oxygen-deprived tissues recover.
  • Stimulate tissue growth.
  • Improve oxygen supply to hypoxic tissues.
  • Stimulate the production of stem cells.
  • Help increase blood flow to ischemic organs.
  • Help strengthen the function of the capillary system.
  • Used in the treatment of diving sickness.

Hyperbaric Chamber Oxygen Therapy can treat the following diseases:

  • Hydrocephalus
  • Pressure sores
  • diabetic ulcers
  • Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Who is suitable for Hyperbaric Chamber Oxygen Therapy?

  • People who want to heal wounds from surgery and stimulate the creation of new blood vessels.
  • Those with infected wounds causing necrosis, as it can improve the condition of the wound and promote faster healing.
  • Individuals who have inhaled smoke or been exposed to carbon monoxide poisoning, as it helps remove carbon monoxide and increase oxygen supply to the tissues.
  • Those who want to reduce swelling of wounds and organs.
  • Individuals with abnormalities due to the contraction of air bubbles in the body caused by diving.
  • People with difficult-to-heal wounds, such as pressure sores, diabetic wounds, and poor blood circulation wounds.
  • Patients with ear diseases may experience improved hearing efficiency.

           While Hyperbaric Chamber Oxygen Therapy has been shown to be effective in improving the health of people with various health problems or illnesses, it may not be suitable for everyone. Certain groups may be at risk and should consult a doctor before undergoing the therapy. It is important to inform the doctor about any pre-existing medical conditions or abnormal symptoms so that they can make an accurate diagnosis and prevent any potential dangers or health complications that may arise during treatment.

Q&A Hyperbaric Chamber

What does the treatment help with?

  • Helps to improve wounds from surgery. Strengthen the recovery of wound healing. Make the wound heal faster
  • Reduces swelling Reduce tissue inflammation
  • Help strengthen the function of the capillary system.
  • Helps increase oxygen to tissues that are deprived of oxygen.


Who is it suitable for? 

  • Patients with ear problems
  • Patients with noise problems in the ears
  • Patients with brain fog, dizziness
  • Stroke patients
  • Patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  • Children with ADHD
  • Patients with diabetes And then there are chronic wounds or pressure sores.
  • Patients who have just undergone surgery


How many minutes does it take to do?

Takes 60 minutes per section


how often to do I have to maintain?

once a week



  • People who experience discomfort due to changes in air pressure, such as tinnitus or difficulty equalizing ear pressure.
  • Individuals with lung problems, including those with easily perforated lungs or emphysema.
  • Individuals with claustrophobia or fear of confined spaces.