Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for professional sports has become one of the most effective methods for athlete recovery.
Supplementing oxygen intake at higher atmospheric pressure inside a hyperbaric chamber is known to naturally accelerate healing times to treat sports injuries and allow injured athletes to recover faster and reduce the risk of re-injury.
Sports are intense and injuries inflict minor or major trauma to the body directly or indirectly, as a result of forces of impact in contact sports during game play or very tiresome training sessions.Step inside our HBOT chambers
Game play intensity in sports today has led to an increase in the incidence of injuries for sports players at every skill and age level. The risk for very competitive athletes to lose their professional momentum when injuries occur is lower than the risk of re-injury, which would lead to more acute problems.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy – breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber - leads to an increase of oxygen levels in the blood plasma and hemoglobin, thus increasing the ability of red blood cells to access suppressed blood vessels and allow oxygen flow to damaged tissues to regenerate and heal.
HBOT is one of the fastest ways to accelerate healing and recovery. Increasing atmospheric pressure leads to a higher oxygen absorption rate to help the body heal itself and reduce pain, fatigue and the damage inflicted by sports injuries.
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The pressure factor in HBOT leads to the reduction of edema (swelling) to favor blood flow oxygenation to affected areas. Elevated oxygen levels reduce tissue swelling and facilitate faster recovery for various injuries, including muscle fatigue.
Athletes that train under very high endurance programs can benefit from supplemented blood oxygenation to help inflammation, bruising, ischemia, pain and to improve the capacity to fight infection. To optimize performance, sports players need to find a balance between competition efforts, training and recovery.