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What Is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) was discovered in 1662 but was not fully successful to treat decompression illness in divers until 1917. Over the past few decades, this treatment has been explored as a primary therapy for other medical conditions and injuries that are affecting millions of people each year.

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used to heal the body naturally by providing the body with extra oxygen, up to 3 times what we regularly breathe at pressures greater than normal sea level pressure. This extreme pressure allows your blood to carry more oxygen to organs and tissues in your body. 

HBOT Treatments

Hyperbaric oxygen has been proven to heal many people who suffer from the following conditions:

How Does the HBOT Chamber work?

The patient is placed in an oxygen chamber, either a mono-place chamber or multi-place chamber. A multi-place chamber can hold up to 6 patients at a time, whereas the mono-place chamber holds one person at a time. 

The patient sits in the chamber for 60-90 minutes, allowing for the oxygen therapy to saturate the patient’s circulatory system with oxygen. 

What happens to the body when the circulatory system is saturated with oxygen? 

  • It increases oxygen tension in hypoxic tissues
  • Enhances the ability to kill certain bacteria
  • Reduces swelling and pain
  • Increases blood flow and circulation
  • Increases oxygen to the body’s tissues

If you are interested in learning more about this treatment, call the office at (833) 438-1374.


Any patient that enters the building will be screened by having their temperature taken, as well as, a questionnaire from Main Line Health. Once in the office, patients will be asked to wash their hands immediately and their temperature may be taken again. All patients will have a safe distance between them and patients will only be seen once per hour. The Greenberg Regenerative staff will be wearing masks and ensuring that all safety protocols and guidelines per Main Line Health and the CDC are being followed. At the end of the appointment, patient’s have the option to take a Greenberg Regenerative Medicine hand sanitizer to allow them to remain safe and healthy.