Conditions Treated

Our Goal

Advanced Hyperbarics is committed to providing the best possible care in a welcoming environment. We recognize that each patient has unique health care needs, and we offer professional and compassionate care to everyone.

Advanced Hyperbarics is dedicated to providing patients convenient access to the benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy delivered in a nurturing environment. We treat all patients with dignity and respect. We are devoted to our patients’ privacy and safety. We will assist all patients in improving their quality of life by delivering the highest excellence of hyperbaric therapy available.

Common Conditions Treated

Discover The Healing Potential Of High Dose Oxygen

Many conditions show improvement when treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy. There are now 18 specific conditions that are approved by the FDA for hyperbaric oxygen treatments and many more that are not (“off label conditions”). All of these treatments listed have cases with documented success stories due in large part to hyperbaric oxygen therapy, but further research must be done before FDA approval.

FDA Approved Conditions Treated

Air or Gas Embolism

Exceptional Blood Loss/Anemia

Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Inhalation

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Complicated By Cyanide Poisoning

Crush Injury

Decompression Sickness (The Bends)

Thermal Burns

Central Retinal Artery Occlusions

Acute Mountain Sickness

Clostridal Myositis and Myonecrosis/Gas Gangrene

Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections

Intracranial Abscess

Complications Of Radiation Therapy/Radiation Tissue Damage


Skin Grafts and Flaps

Arterial Insufficiencies

Non-healing Wounds

Idiopathic Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Other (Off-Label) Conditions Treated

Cerebral Palsy

Closed Head Injury



Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Limb/Digit Reattachment Surgery Recovery


Hansen’s Disease

Epstein Barr

Lyme Disease

Parkinson’s Disease

Myocardial Infarction

Snake Bite


Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Near Drowning



Macular Degeneration

Chemotherapy Recovery



Staph Infection

Multiple Sclerosis

Amputation Recovery


Spider Bite