Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) & Treatment in Fayetteville, NC
We offer the Fayetteville community and central North Carolina region comprehensive wound care and hyperbaric medicine services. Utilizing state-of-the-art hyperbaric chambers and cutting edge wound care products, our surgically trained physicians and staff will work diligently and efficiently to heal problematic and life-altering wounds.
We are an extension of Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia, based in Atlanta, who has been successfully managing and operating independent treatment facilities for over 30 years. The corporate staff has more than 100 years of combined experience in clinical, financial and administrative aspects of facility management and operation.
7:00 am to 3:30 pm
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a non-invasive medical treatment administered by delivering 100% oxygen at pressures greater than two to three times the normal atmospheric (sea level) pressure to a patient in a chamber. Hyperbaric oxygen acts as a drug, eliciting varying levels of response at different dosages. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been proven to have numerous physiologic effects including hyperoxygenation of tissues allowing oxygen delivery to tissues with decreased blood flow or low hemoglobin (oxygen carrying component of the red blood cell).
There are several benefits associated with intermittent exposure to hyperbaric doses of oxygen. Oxygen partial pressures in the blood can be elevated to 2000 mmHg at the tissue level. Either alone, or more commonly combination with other medical and surgical procedures, these mechanisms serve to enhance the healing process of treatable conditions. This treatment will cause the following:
- Increases White Blood Cell Creation
- Stimulates Release of Stem Cells
- Improves Quality of Life in Patients
- Most Conditions Covered by Insurance
- Reduces Healing Time for Injured Tissues
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