Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy safely increases the body’s oxygen intake by raising the barometric pressure. Under pressure, additional oxygen is dissolved into the blood plasma and increased oxygen in the plasma leads to higher amounts of oxygen being delivered to the body’s tissues, organs and brain. This treatment takes place inside a specially designed state-of-the-art hyperbaric chamber also know as the “Airpod” and is spacious enough to lie down or sit up. The high level of oxygen promotes a deep sense of relaxation. Your heart rate and blood pressure will settle as the pressure increases helping you to relax. Whilst in the chamber, you can listen to your favourite music, meditate, read a book, use your mobile phone, laptop or #Netflixandbreathe with the iPads provided for you.
Helps fight infection
Boosts immune system
Assists in post operative healing
Assists in sports injury recovery
Relieves tension & stress
Improves concentration & memory
Helps migraines & headaches
Reduces fatigue & improves sleep
Relieves muscle stiffness
Improves skin condition
What is a Hyperbaric chamber?
Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a non-invasive method that has users lie in a comfortable pressurised chamber while breathing pure oxygen.
What is the Atmospheric pressure?
Our Chamber also known as the ”AIRPOD” has three settings 1.2, 1.3 and 1.35. Our chamber also has the ability to pump oxygen in the chamber at different speeds to maximise comfort.
What to expect?
Each treatment can last 45min or 60min in length. During your session you can read a book catch up on some work, watch Netflix or have a much needed rest.
What should I wear?
During your session we recommend wearing something that is comfortable for you to lie in for the full session.
Who is it for?
Oxygen therapy has multiple benefits for a wide variety of people. The HBOT reduces swelling and inflammation to assist with recovery from post workout to soft tissue injury repair. The HBOT is also great for people who are experiencing work stress, sleep deprivation and other harmful lifestyle burdens.
How often should I come?
This is an accumulated therapy; each individual will have his or her own recommendation.