Cerebral Palsy Before & After
In North America, Hyperbaric Oxygen is not necessarily a fringe, alternative or holistic therapy - not that these is something inherently wrong with these labels. There are numerous applications that are covered by health insurance providers. All of these applications typically fall under the category of Acute, Critical and Emergency Care.
Before seeking treatment at any facility, ask to see the Manufacturer's Canadian Federal Medical Device License issued on the chambers.
*Approved by Health Canada, Therapeutic Products Directorate, Medical Device License No. 60118.
Non-healing Wound Before & After
In addition to the Acute, Critical and Emergency applications that are covered by North American health insurance providers, Hyperbaric Oxygen is also applied to chronic and stable conditions. These conditions are typically caused by or produces hypoxia (lack of oxygen in tissue). There are numerous conditions for which Hyperbaric Oxygen has a valid scientific rationale, supporting research and clinical effectiveness. Some of these conditions include:
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