Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- October 14, 2017
- Posted by: randy
- Category: Advanced Wellness
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been approved by the FDA for medically-critical conditions such as extensive burn injuries and refractory wounds. NFL players even utilize this expensive technology off label in their homes to help recover and repair sport-related trauma and injuries. Aesthetic applications of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy have already increased in popularity in Europe and Asia, especially in Japan. By maximizing delivery of oxygen essential for wound healing, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can synergistically optimize collagen and connective tissue growth induced by ultrasound or radiofrequency. The skin’s natural ability to heal the thermal injuries initiated by ultrasound and radiofrequency will be bolstered with the regenerative prowess of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy which has been proven to increase microcirculation, accelerate wound healing by recruiting stem cells, and increase tissue (i.e. dermal connective tissue and collagen) growth. Each rejuvenation procedure can be augmented with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. These treatment combinations are proprietary and exclusively offered at Anew Laser, M.D.
The regenerative potential of Platelet Rich Plasma in facial rejuvenation or hair restoration augmented with an immediate one hour treatment in hyperbaric chamber (100% oxygen at 1.5 atmospheres.)
Hyperoxy Ultrasonic Rejuvenation
Focused ultrasound induces thermal coagulation injuries deep into the dermis which will be complemented with an immediate one hour treatment in hyperbaric chamber (100% oxygen at 1.5 atmospheres.)
Hyperoxy Radiofrequency Rejuvenation
Radiofrequency-induced thermal injuries within the dermis will be optimized to heal faster with increased collagen production by an immediate one hour treatment in hyperbaric chamber (100% oxygen at 1.5 atmospheres.)
What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is an advanced wellness procedure, that is used to provide 100% pure oxygen to a patient, which can be used to increase the body’s natural healing process. This particular treatment has been used to treat several neurological disorders and ailments including autism. This therapy is entirely painless with the minor sensation of fullness, which some patients have reported feels similar to Scuba Diving.
What Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Provide For Patients?
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has proven to treat conditions of all kinds including sports-related injuries, in addition to managing internal and external medical conditions such as Arthritis, Atherosclerosis, Autism, Cancer, Cerebral Palsey, Diabetic Ulcers, Eczema, Fat Grafts, Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis, and Rosacea. Some patients have found sitting in the chamber decreases recovery time after surgery, boosts the growth of hair follicles, reduces the mutation rate of chromosomes, lowers anxiety and stress levels, enhances the body’s immune system to better absorb nutrients and improves the digestive system. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can also increase the white blood cell count, which aids in the fast healing of injuries and wounds, and helps in dilation of arteries that improve blood circulation. When combined with additional aesthetic procedures, this unique healing process provides anti-aging benefits like wrinkle reduction, detox, skin toning, and skin rejuvenation.
How Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Work?
Modern physicians have determined that inhaling more than 21% oxygen is a form of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy because 21% of the air we breathe contains Oxygen. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is the process of inhaling 100% oxygen in high atmospheric pressure. Scientific studies have proved that inhaling oxygen in high atmospheric pressure reduces inflammation and can also improve oxygen flow to different organs of the body, cells, and tissue. At a higher atmospheric pressure, oxygen dissolves different body fluids like lymph, plasma, and cerebrospinal fluid. This therapy can increase the oxygen supply to any diseased or ischemic tissue that otherwise responds to normal atmospheric oxygen levels.