Soft Shell Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber

Gently treat a variety of conditions with Soft Shell Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Therapies.

Soft Shell Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers help to deliver crucial oxygen to a wide range of healing processes. Increased oxygen levels can be beneficial for all parts of the body, including tissue, blood, bodily fluids, and even bone.

The Benefits of Soft Shell Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments

Soft Shell Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapies differ slightly from their hard shell counterparts. Soft-sided chambers are flexible and portable, and typically close with a zipper. Because of the lack of sturdiness in the chamber walls, soft shell chambers deliver a more gentle experience with a lower oxygen concentration, typically at 24%. With the addition of a wearable oxygen mask, these chambers deliver concentrated oxygen directly to the body. 

What to Expect from a Soft Shell Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment

Sessions in a soft shell hyperbaric oxygen chamber typically last about anywhere from 30 to 120 minutes. The number of sessions you need varies widely based on your specific condition. We will work with you to make sure your plan includes the right number of treatments necessary for you.

The chambers are like a supersized, enclosed relaxation area. They are single-person units with a long zipper where the patient can enter and exit easily. Once inside, the chamber is sealed and the inside pressure is gradually increased to the desired amount. Once the session begins, an individual will sit down in the hyperbaric oxygen chamber with an oxygen mask over their mouth and nose and breathe normally as the additional oxygen is absorbed into the lungs and transported throughout the body.

What Conditions Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapies Treat?

Some conditions that can improve through the repeated use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy include:

If you have more questions about hyperbaric oxygen therapies, please contact our clinic to see if this is the right treatment option for you! 

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