North Carolina Hyperbarics, LLC, offers the Fayetteville community and the 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.
Infections in bone are hard to treat because there are not a lot of blood vessels in the bone. Antibiotics have a hard time penetrating bone. Chronic refractory osteomyelitis (CROM) is a bone infection that has not responded to conventional therapy such as antimicrobials and
Losing one of your senses needs to be addressed urgently, because once lost, it might not come back. The sudden loss of hearing in one ear should be treated as a medical emergency. Over 66,000 NEW cases of Idiopathic Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss (ISSHL) present
Modern cancer treatment protocols include radiation in over 50% of cases. This has had the positive effect of increasing survival. Some of these survivors will experience the late effects of radiation. These delayed effects impact the surrounding normal tissue and become evident months to years
Simply put, Hyperbaric Medicine refers to a type of medicine which incorporates an ambient pressure greater than sea level atmospheric pressure in treatments. In particular, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a non-invasive treatment that is given to patients by delivering 100% oxygen at pressures higher than two
Hyperbaric medicine is a treatment modality that applies high pressure oxygen to treat various ailments of the body. Recently, hyperbaric medicine has been gaining notice for its use as an additive therapy for a wide variety of ailments from decompression sickness to non-healing wounds. With new treatment
Last year an interesting article appeared in the Economist that addressed the issue of what is unbearable, or what is a fate worse than death. The article written by Dr. Rubin in JAMA Internal Medicine addressed the issue of how chronically ill patients viewed symptoms