Normal Blood Flow

Normal Blood Flow: There is 21% oxygen in the air that we breathe at normal air pressure. Our lungs transfer this oxygen to our red blood cells (via hemoglobin). These oxygen-filled red blood cells are carried around the body by the plasma (fluid), which travels through the blood vessels. Under normal air pressure the plasma is unable to absorb oxygen. The oxygen diffuses into the surrounding tissue ensuring that it is delivered to where it is needed most.

Restricted Blood Flow

Restricted Blood Flow: Restricted Blood Flow: When blood flow is restricted or interrupted due to illness injury or inflammation the red blood cells block the blood vessel and are unable to transfer oxygen to the cells on the other side of the restriction. This swelling starves the area of oxygen, causing hypoxia (a lack of oxygen); when this occurs, the tissue begins to break down.

Hyperbaric Oxygenation

Hyperbaric Oxygenation: concentrated oxygen under increased atmospheric pressure provides the body with at least 10-15 times its normal supply of oxygen and diffuses greater amounts of oxygen into the blood and blood plasma. This oxygen-rich plasma is able to diffuse up to 3 times deeper into the tissues and helps to reduce inflammation and repair damaged tissues. The saturative effects of tissue oxygenation slows and reverses hypoxic induced apoptosis – restoring blood supply to the compromised region by the development of new capillary networks (angiogenesis) enabling the body to alter the course and impact of the disease process.



The Benefits

Enhances the body's natural healing process

  • Promotes the generation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis)
  • Promotes the generation of new brain cells (neurogenesis)
  • Supports regenerative tissue and bone growth
  • Improves physical training (strength, energy and endurance)
  • Improves memory and concentration
  • Improves range of motion
  • Supports scar tissue rehabilitation
  • Promotes greater tissue strength
  • Increases oxygen perfusion around wounds

Boosts immune system response

  • Facilitates detoxification at the cellular level
  • Increases production of natural killer T-cells
  • Increase stem cell production up to 20 times
  • Reduces chronic fatigue, including the effects of jetlag
  • Destroys anaerobic bacteria
  • Increases removal of toxic bio-waste
  • Increases white blood cell production
  • Increases effectiveness of antibiotics
  • Strong anti-microbial effect

Assists with impaired circulation

  • Increases oxygen levels to areas with compromised blood flow
  • Saturates plasma with oxygen and promotes healing of all tissue within the body
  • Reduces swelling, inflammation, bruising, infection and scarring
  • Improves recovery time from surgery and injury
  • Decreases ligament and tissue healing time
  • Improves physical training (strength, energy and endurance)
  • Significantly reduces fluid retention