Hyperbaric Chamber/Hyperbaric Cube

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the amount of oxygen your blood can carry, promoting healing and fighting infection.

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INNERgy Development, the world’s leading manufacturer of non-invasive medical equipment, is pleased to announce it’s newest Low Pressure Ambient Air hyperbaric chamber. The Hyper-Cube is safer than other high pressure oxygen chambers due to its low pressure ambient air pressurization system.

How it Benefits the Body

Your body tissues need an adequate supply of oxygen to function. When tissue is injured, it requires even more oxygen to survive. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the amount of oxygen your blood can carry. An increase in blood oxygen temporarily restores normal levels of blood gases and tissue function to promote healing and fight infection.

How does it work?

Under normal circumstances, oxygen is transported throughout the body by red blood cells. With Hyberbaric Oxygen Therapy, HBOT for short, oxygen dissolves into all of the body’s fluids, the plasma, the central nervous system fluids, the lymph, and the bone. During the dissolve, oxygen can be carried to areas of diminished or blocked circulation, helping the body support its own healing process. This process greatly enhances the body’s ability of white blood cells to kill bacteria, reduce swelling, and allow new blood vessels to grow more rapidly in affected areas. HBOT is simple and painless.

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Helps with

  • Fracture Healing

  • Bone Grafts.

  • Suturing of Severed Limbs

  • Pre and Post Surgery Edema

  • Bacteroides Infection

  • Crush Injury

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Autism

  • Acute Cerebral Edema

  • Chemo Brain

  • Emphysema

  • Post-Polio Syndrome

  • Intestinal Obstruction

  • Osteomyelitis

  •  Soft Tissue Healing

  • Chronic Stroke

  • Chronic Skin Ulcers

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Post Stroke

  • Cortical Blindness

  • Reflex Symptomatic Dystrophy

  • Lyme Disease

  • Diabetic Ulcers and Neuritis

  • Skin Ulcers

  • Traumatic Head and Spinal Cord Injury

  • Difficult Healing Bone

  • Acute Peripheral Traumatic Ischemia

  • Gastric Ulcer

  • Trophic Skin Ulcer

  • Diabetic Skin Ulcer

  • Neurological Insufficiencies

  • Angina

  • Infected and Migrating Prosthesis

  • Asthmas

  • Decubitus Ulcers