Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy gives you 100% pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber. At SYNC in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the holistic wellness specialists, led by Doctor of Pharmacy Angie Huff, Dr Tammy Dupuy, MD, IFM-C and Jenny Theriot, NP, believe that mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy can be an essential aspect of health and wellness. To learn more about this innovative therapy, call the office or click the online scheduling feature today.
Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a treatment in which you breathe pure oxygen within a pressurized chamber.
The air you breathe everyday is 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen, and 1% other gasses. Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy gives you 100% pure oxygen, providing a concentration you can’t get in any other way.
SYNC takes a whole-body holistic approach to medical care. You have micronutrient and genetic testing to better pinpoint health problems and identify metabolic inadequacies, toxicities, inflammation, and other problems that cause or contribute to poor health.
Testing essentially determines what’s happening at a deep cellular level within your body. Depending on your test results and your individual needs, the team may recommend mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy as part of your path to wellness.
Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy can combine well with other treatments, like intravenous (IV) therapy, infrared sauna treatments, hormone optimization, and professional-grade supplements.
For mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, you enter a treatment chamber. With the door sealed, the air pressure inside is double or even triple what you normally experience.
As the air pressure increases, it’s normal to feel ear popping or fullness, much like what you might have on an airplane. You can yawn or swallow to alleviate this feeling.
Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy sessions generally last about 90 minutes. The SYNC team monitors you closely throughout your treatment session to make sure you’re well.
To learn more about the benefits of mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, call SYNC or click on the online scheduling feature today.
*Always consult with medical professionals to determine whether mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy is right for you.