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 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.

Hyperbaric Chamber Safety

We do not allow electronics inside our hyperbaric chambers simply because oxygen and electronics are a bad combination. There could easily be a chamber fire if the oxygen levels in the chamber get too high and an open spark reaches it. Be very careful in choosing a clinic that allows you to bring ANY electronics into the chamber. It is unsafe and should never be allowed.

We prefer our patients to wear 100% cotton when getting treatments.

How to Choose a Hyperbaric Chamber

Here’s what you should look for before committing to hyperbaric treatments at any facility.

Trained, Experienced Technicians

At Advanced Hyperbarics we have over 70 years of combined hyperbaric experience.

Safe, Comfortable & Up to Code Chambers

Our two multi-place Hypertec Hyperbaric oxygen therapy chambers can comfortably fit 5 people each. This kind of room allows for a care taker or parent to ride along with their child, to lay down and take a nap, to bring in your whole family. We have a gurney for our customers that are incapable of getting into the chamber by themselves. Our chambers and facility are up to NFPA 99 health care facilities code.

Fire Suppression System for Emergencies

NFPA 99 standards state that all multi-place hyperbaric chambers shall have a fire suppression system in place consisting of operating hand line (just a regular garden hose with spray nozzle) and deluge system (sprinkler system inside the chamber powered by pressurized water tanks).

Communications System

All chambers are required to have an adequate communications system with a back-up power system.

Constant O2 Monitoring

NFPA 99 standards state that oxygen levels shall be continuously monitored in class A chambers when breathing mixtures containing an excess of 21 percent oxygen by volume. Audible and visual alarms shall indicate volumetric oxygen concentrations in excess of 23.5%.

Hyperbaric Clinic Pricing

When pricing hyperbaric clinics in your area you should look into what exactly you are paying for. Some facilities may have lower prices but will have some hidden charges that they will spring on you when you get there. At Advanced Hyperbarics the prices we advertise are the prices that you will pay.

Full 60/90 Minute Treatments Under Pressure

We give you 5 full minutes of travel time, then we start the 60 minute clock. Once your full hour is up we start depressurizing the chamber giving you the full 60 or 90 minutes of treatment time under pressure. Other clinics will start the time right when the chamber door is closed.

How to Choose a Hyperbaric Chamber

Here’s what you should look for before committing to hyperbaric treatments at any facility.

Trained, Experienced Technicians

At Advanced Hyperbarics we have over 70 years of combined hyperbaric experience.

Safe, Comfortable & Up to Code Chambers

Our two multi-place Hypertec Hyperbaric oxygen therapy chambers can comfortably fit 5 people each. This kind of room allows for a care taker or parent to ride along with their child, to lay down and take a nap, to bring in your whole family. We have a gurney for our customers that are incapable of getting into the chamber by themselves. Our chambers and facility are up to NFPA 99 health care facilities code.

Fire Suppression System for Emergencies

NFPA 99 standards state that all multi-place hyperbaric chambers shall have a fire suppression system in place consisting of operating hand line (just a regular garden hose with spray nozzle) and deluge system (sprinkler system inside the chamber powered by pressurized water tanks).

Communications System

All chambers are required to have an adequate communications system with a back-up power system.

Constant O2 Monitoring

NFPA 99 standards state that oxygen levels shall be continuously monitored in class A chambers when breathing mixtures containing an excess of 21 percent oxygen by volume. Audible and visual alarms shall indicate volumetric oxygen concentrations in excess of 23.5%.

Hyperbaric Clinic Pricing

When pricing hyperbaric clinics in your area you should look into what exactly you are paying for. Some facilities may have lower prices but will have some hidden charges that they will spring on you when you get there. At Advanced Hyperbarics the prices we advertise are the prices that you will pay.

Full 60/90 Minute Treatments Under Pressure

We give you 5 full minutes of travel time, then we start the 60 minute clock. Once your full hour is up we start depressurizing the chamber giving you the full 60 or 90 minutes of treatment time under pressure. Other clinics will start the time right when the chamber door is closed.

Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Heals Injuries at an Accelerated Rate

Assists in Rehabilitation by Stimulating Production of Cells

Decreases Swelling and Inflammation

Boosts Immune System Function

Delivers Oxygen to Tissues up to 25 Times Normal Levels

Helps the Body to Clear Toxins

Increases the Body’s Ability to Fight Infection

Reduces Fatigue from Chronic Hypoxia

Supports Growth of New Blood Vessels

Stimulates Brain & Nerve Cells Recovery from Injury

Stimulates Collagen Production Speeding up the Wound Healing Process

Promotes Regeneration of Injured Tissues

Questions & Answers

What is HBOT?

HBOT stands for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. During HBOT your body is effectively saturated with oxygen, an essential element used by your body for healing. HBOT provides oxygen to cells and tissues that suffer from a lack of oxygen. Healing tissues suffering from hypoxia are unable to heal themselves as effectively as when they have oxygen. Most cells in areas of swelling or other types of injury are suffering from hypoxia. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. also boosts the abilities of the immune system by accelerating the creation of new white blood cells, the sentinel of the bloodstream.

How Does HBOT Work?

During HBOT, the patient is placed in a chamber that allows the body to be brought to greater-than-normal atmospheric pressure. Under this greater-than-normal atmospheric pressure, the patient breathes 100% oxygen, which first fills the red blood cells in the bloodstream, then continues to flow into the bloodstream and is absorbed directly into the plasma (one of the components of blood). The increased atmospheric pressure facilitates oxygen absorption. The dissolved oxygen in the plasma is more readily available for use by the cells in the body, as little is required to remove the oxygen from the red blood cells. HBOT is a process that floods the body with oxygen so that it may more readily heal itself.

What Effect Does HBOT Have On Healing?

HBOT provides the cells with a boost of oxygen to help the healing process. Oxygen is better able to reach cells that are suffering from hypoxia because of blocked or damaged capillaries (smaller blood vessels that are the last link in the circulatory system to deliver oxygen to cells). Healing is often accelerated by 30%-50% or more (this will vary depending on illness and condition).

Do I Have To See A Doctor First?

Hyperbaric treatment is given under the care and prescription of a medical doctor. Advanced Hyperbarics works in conjunction with several doctors. Before treatment is prescribed, an examination is given to ensure proper treatment.

Why Hasn't My Doctor Recommended HBOT To Me Earlier?

Hyperbaric medicine is not taught in most medical schools. As part of their continuing education doctors are often overwhelmed with information with the number of treatments available for various conditions. Pharmaceutical companies advertise by sending doctors information regarding their products. As hyperbarics is a commodity, there is no central organization that sends physicians information regarding hyperbaric treatment. Thus, in order for doctors to learn of the healing possibilities of hyperbaric oxygen therapy, they must reach beyond the loads of information already handed to them. Doctors must actively research the possibilities of hyperbarics to know of the many benefits it provides, and too often, our physicians are too busy with treating patients to reach out and seek new possibilities; those physicians who have, however, endorse hyperbarics.

Who Cannot Have HBOT?

There are a few conditions in which some may not be able to undergo HBOT. If the patient has certain types of lung damage, hyperbaric oxygen therapy may not be a suitable treatment. Certain medications will also preclude some from hyperbaric oxygen treatment.

Diabetics are required to take a blood test before each hyperbaric treatment. If the blood sugar level is too low, the patient will not be permitted to undergo treatment until the level is raised. These conditions are for the overall wellness of the patient.

What Does It Feel Like When In The Chamber?

During hyperbaric treatment, one feels comfortable as though he or she were at atmospheric pressure. Patients feel as though they were not even in the chamber. While the chamber is changing pressures, one experiences the same effects of pressure change while ascending or descending in an airplane. It is very normal to feel pressure changes in your ears on ascent and descent, but it is abnormal to feel pain. You will be taught exactly what to do to overcome these pressure changes by your Hyperbaric Technician.

What Can I Do During Treatment?

According to the pleasure and enjoyment of the patient, a movie will be played during hyperbaric treatment from the vast library of movies available. Patients also have the opportunity to read a book or enjoy their favorite radio station. Most importantly, patients can relax and breathe comfortably.

Do I Have To Be Alone While I'm In The Chamber?

Our new multi-place chamber allows up to five occupants to comfortably receive treatment in each of its two large sections. This allows patients with special needs to have parental or other accompaniment. Patients can, however, choose to be alone during treatment.

What Makes Our New Hyper-Tec Chamber State-Of-The-Art?

Our new Hyper-Tec™ chamber is a multi-lock system that incorporates the very latest in hyperbaric technology. The design of the chamber revolves around the safety, comfort, and convenience of the patient. Features of the chamber include: large doors, fire sprinklers, fire hose, and emergency exits. The large compartments are designed with large portholes and exits in order to minimize feelings of claustrophobia. Advanced Hyperbarics maintains strict conformity to high industry standards and protocols, treatments schedules, and all other codes and standards. In addition to our safety features, the Hyper-tec™ chamber features an extensive entertainment system, which includes a projection television system and stereo system.

What Questions Should I Ask When Searching For A Clinic?

The most common question is the safety of the operations at the treatment facility. Also, are all codes and industry standards followed to exactness? Are medical personnel available in case of an emergency? Is there a plan for medical emergencies and a hospital nearby? Is the doctors prescription followed with the utmost accuracy in pressure, length, and frequency of treatments?

What is HBOT?

HBOT stands for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. During HBOT your body is effectively saturated with oxygen, an essential element used by your body for healing. HBOT provides oxygen to cells and tissues that suffer from a lack of oxygen. Healing tissues suffering from hypoxia are unable to heal themselves as effectively as when they have oxygen. Most cells in areas of swelling or other types of injury are suffering from hypoxia. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. also boosts the abilities of the immune system by accelerating the creation of new white blood cells, the sentinel of the bloodstream.

How Does HBOT Work?

During HBOT, the patient is placed in a chamber that allows the body to be brought to greater-than-normal atmospheric pressure. Under this greater-than-normal atmospheric pressure, the patient breathes 100% oxygen, which first fills the red blood cells in the bloodstream, then continues to flow into the bloodstream and is absorbed directly into the plasma (one of the components of blood). The increased atmospheric pressure facilitates oxygen absorption. The dissolved oxygen in the plasma is more readily available for use by the cells in the body, as little is required to remove the oxygen from the red blood cells. HBOT is a process that floods the body with oxygen so that it may more readily heal itself.

What Effect Does HBOT Have On Healing?

HBOT provides the cells with a boost of oxygen to help the healing process. Oxygen is better able to reach cells that are suffering from hypoxia because of blocked or damaged capillaries (smaller blood vessels that are the last link in the circulatory system to deliver oxygen to cells). Healing is often accelerated by 30%-50% or more (this will vary depending on illness and condition).

Do I Have To See A Doctor First?

Hyperbaric treatment is given under the care and prescription of a medical doctor. Advanced Hyperbarics works in conjunction with several doctors. Before treatment is prescribed, an examination is given to ensure proper treatment.

Why Hasn't My Doctor Recommended HBOT To Me Earlier?

Hyperbaric medicine is not taught in most medical schools. As part of their continuing education doctors are often overwhelmed with information with the number of treatments available for various conditions. Pharmaceutical companies advertise by sending doctors information regarding their products. As hyperbarics is a commodity, there is no central organization that sends physicians information regarding hyperbaric treatment. Thus, in order for doctors to learn of the healing possibilities of hyperbaric oxygen therapy, they must reach beyond the loads of information already handed to them. Doctors must actively research the possibilities of hyperbarics to know of the many benefits it provides, and too often, our physicians are too busy with treating patients to reach out and seek new possibilities; those physicians who have, however, endorse hyperbarics.

Who Cannot Have HBOT?

There are a few conditions in which some may not be able to undergo HBOT. If the patient has certain types of lung damage, hyperbaric oxygen therapy may not be a suitable treatment. Certain medications will also preclude some from hyperbaric oxygen treatment.

Diabetics are required to take a blood test before each hyperbaric treatment. If the blood sugar level is too low, the patient will not be permitted to undergo treatment until the level is raised. These conditions are for the overall wellness of the patient.

What Does It Feel Like When In The Chamber?

During hyperbaric treatment, one feels comfortable as though he or she were at atmospheric pressure. Patients feel as though they were not even in the chamber. While the chamber is changing pressures, one experiences the same effects of pressure change while ascending or descending in an airplane. It is very normal to feel pressure changes in your ears on ascent and descent, but it is abnormal to feel pain. You will be taught exactly what to do to overcome these pressure changes by your Hyperbaric Technician.

What Can I Do During Treatment?

According to the pleasure and enjoyment of the patient, a movie will be played during hyperbaric treatment from the vast library of movies available. Patients also have the opportunity to read a book or enjoy their favorite radio station. Most importantly, patients can relax and breathe comfortably.

Do I Have To Be Alone While I'm In The Chamber?

Our new multi-place chamber allows up to five occupants to comfortably receive treatment in each of its two large sections. This allows patients with special needs to have parental or other accompaniment. Patients can, however, choose to be alone during treatment.

What Makes Our New Hyper-Tec Chamber State-Of-The-Art?

Our new Hyper-Tec™ chamber is a multi-lock system that incorporates the very latest in hyperbaric technology. The design of the chamber revolves around the safety, comfort, and convenience of the patient. Features of the chamber include: large doors, fire sprinklers, fire hose, and emergency exits. The large compartments are designed with large portholes and exits in order to minimize feelings of claustrophobia. Advanced Hyperbarics maintains strict conformity to high industry standards and protocols, treatments schedules, and all other codes and standards. In addition to our safety features, the Hyper-tec™ chamber features an extensive entertainment system, which includes a projection television system and stereo system.

What Questions Should I Ask When Searching For A Clinic?

The most common question is the safety of the operations at the treatment facility. Also, are all codes and industry standards followed to exactness? Are medical personnel available in case of an emergency? Is there a plan for medical emergencies and a hospital nearby? Is the doctors prescription followed with the utmost accuracy in pressure, length, and frequency of treatments?