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Yes. The food and drug administration (FDA) rules that hyperbaric oxygen therapy can only be administered at the direction of a licensed medical doctor.
This varies from patient to patient. Generally, more than 1 session is required to note significant improvements (depending on the conditions).
Since we are using a large monoplace chamber, the answer is usually, no. HBOT is a simple treatment, however, equalization of the ears is apparent and needs to be resolved.
If a patient has upper respiratory infections, chronic sinusitis or sinus problems.
If a patient has a high fever.
If a patient has severe emphysema or other breathing problems.
If a patient has a lower than normal seizure threshold.
Ear and sinus discomfort, temporary worsening of near-sightedness (myopia). It is important to remember that this is temporary and vision typically returns to its pre-treatment level after cessation of therapy.
No, you should not cease other rehabilitation therapies. HBOT is an adjunctive therapy and will often accelerate recovery or make these other rehabilitation therapies much more effective.
Most of the insurance coverage does not include hyperbaric therapy in their policy. However, your doctors are able to prescribe hyperbaric therapy and include it into their treatment. This way, the insurance company may be able to reimburse your hyperbaric treatment. Please refer to your insurance provider for further information.
We provide HBOT in a professional environment at an affordable price. Also, our treatment program comes in packages with different discount rates. Easy payment plan (instalments) are available as well. Contact our Program Director to discuss these options.
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