About Hyperbaric Oxygen Recovery
Injury or inflamed/damaged tissue needs increased oxygen and energy to heal. Hyperbaric oxygen chambers are unique oxygen-rich environments that enable increased absorption and distribution of oxygen to areas that may normally have compromised blood supply or decreased oxygen. The presence of ample oxygen signals the body to grow, restore, heal and be calm.
We offer Hyperbaric Oxygen Recovery in a spacious and cozy chamber 7ft long and 3ft 10in wide. Pillows and a blanket keep you comfortable either seated or reclined. It is safe to bring your phone, tablet, and headphones, although we recommend taking the hour to relax. Windows at both ends of the chamber allow in plenty of light, while vents circulate cool, dry air.
Many famous athletes and performers use hyperbaric oxygen chambers to recover, such as Michael Phelps, Tony Robbins, and Joe Namath, to name a few.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Recovery
Hyperbaric Recovery uses your body’s natural healing abilities by inhaling pressurized oxygen in an enclosed chamber. Pressurized oxygen dissolves into blood, tissue, organs, plasma & cerebral spinal fluid. Increased oxygen supports the repair of damaged tissue and increases the body's healing abilities.
Athletic performance recovery
Combat cognitive decline
Fatigue and brain fog
Epigenetic & anti-aging benefits
Reduce Pain & Accelerate Healing
Improve Cognitive Function
Reduce Fatigue & Improve Mood
Supports Healing of Brain and Nervous System
WHAT TO EXPECT
How to Prepare
Dress casually and comfortably.
Try to avoid consuming caffeine or other stimulants 3 hours prior to your session
Avoid alcohol, drugs, and other substance on the day of your session
Please note if you have sinus and/or ear issues and congestion, please wait until your symptoms subside to do your session as you must be able to easily clear your ears during pressurization/de-pressurization.
What to Bring
If you run cold, dress warmly (consider bringing warm socks and a light sweater). As you relax, your blood pressure may lower and you may get a little chilly.
Small electronic devices such as phones and tablets are allowed as well as headphones, however, we recommend minimizing distractions to promote relaxation.
Blankets will be provided if needed, but you may bring your own to each session.
Outlining the Hyperbaric Experience
Hyperbaric Oxygen Recovery sessions are about 60 minutes long. You will be in the chamber at pressure for 45 minutes.
After removing your shoes, you'll enter the chamber with a blanket, a bottle of water, and a box of tissues.
We will begin pressurizing the chamber while you lie comfortably inside. We will monitor you to ensure safe sinus and ear adjustments to pressure.
You will rest for 45 minutes. We will visually check on you every 15 minutes.
After depressurizing the chamber, which takes only a few minutes, you will exit the chamber.
When your session is complete you're welcome to take your time to have some water, use our facilities, relax in our lounge, or enjoy another service. We recommend following your session with a 30-minute full-body PEMF session.
Most people feel a satisfying boost of energy the morning following their first session. We recommend doing a minimum of 3 sessions to gain full benefits and observe how it affects you personally.
Want to know even more? Please call us with any questions you have!
What does it feel like?
You may feel some pressure in your ears, similar to flying in a plane. You can clear your ears with any techniques you normally find helpful on planes: swallowing, yawning, blowing your nose, or opening and closing your mouth, etc. After your ears have adjusted, it's much like relaxing in bed or on a couch.
How many sessions should I do?
We recommend a short series of 3 to 5 sessions. Hyperbaric Oxygen Recovery is not a one-and-done, but most people report improved energy and mood the day following their first session. We recommend a minimum of 10 sessions, but 20-40 is best for optimal results. Please call for a free chat about your specific goals.
Can I get out early if I need to?
Yes, if your ears are not adjusting, or if you need to exit the chamber for any reason, you can signal to us with the provided walkie-talkie in the chamber. If it is an emergency, we can have you exiting in as little as 2 minutes.
Can I do Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy if I am pregnant?
Yes, you can. If you have any concerns, please contact your medical care provider before your experience.
Who shouldn't do Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?
Anyone who experiences epilepsy, seizures, sinus or ear problems adjusting to pressure, pulmonary or respiratory injuries.