Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy (mild HBOT) involves breathing concentrated oxygen in a pressurised chamber. Increased oxygen accelerates bone, skin and muscle regeneration, helps the body fight infections more effectively, and has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect.
At Integrative Therapies Centre for Autism Ireland, Ltd. we provide clients with the mild oxygen therapy using our special hyperbaric chamber of 1.3ATA high pressure. This kind of therapy involves breathing oxygen in a pressurized room. This kind of oxygen therapy is a trusted treatment for a variety of health issues and concerns like autism, Lyme disease, gas gangrene, migraines, sports injuries, and more. While inside the chamber, air pressure is increased to 27 percent or to 97 percent if using an oxygen concentrator and a mask. These pressurized conditions allow your lungs to gather more oxygen than when you are breathing normally. Your blood then carries this oxygen throughout your body, improving circulation, fighting bacteria, promoting healing, and stimulating stem cells.
Hyperbaric oxygen treatment medically enhances the body’s natural healing processes with 100% oxygen inhaled in a controlled chamber where atmospheric pressure is increased. We use the Dive 33’’ chamber of 1.3 ATA pressure which can hold up to 2 persons at the same time. Due to our personal experience at using this chamber since 2016, to treat our child’s autism and GI issues, sleep and sensory problems, the mild HBOT helped us hugely – as a result of which we became an authorized reseller of mild HBOT chambers manufactured by Summit to Sea, one of the leading US-based manufacturers in the hyperbaric chamber industry. The chamber we use are designed both for the clinic and home use and are very safe.
ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Decreased Immune Function
General Health and Well-Being
Regional Sympathetic Dystrophy
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Crush Injury and Compartment Syndrome
Enhancement of Healing Problem Wounds
Exceptional Blood Loss Anemia
Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections
Delayed Radiation Injury
Skin Grafts and Flaps – Thermal Burns
To find out more about our experience with mild HBOT therapy, the research studies on HBOT and how it benefits many health conditions or to get a brochure with the 7 different types of chambers we offer, email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on +353 85 142 6621.