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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

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"HBOT is widely recognized to treat a variety of conditions"

Ontario HBOT

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is recognized worldwide, and has shown to be beneficial for a number of "off-label" conditions. In this case, "off-label" refers to those conditions NOT covered by a government funded health program. If you would like to learn more about the OHIP covered conditions, please click HERE.
 
Anyone seeking treatment should understand that HBOT is typically used in conjunction with other therapies and modalities as part of an overall care plan; it is not a magical cure for any condition. 

Post-Surgical Healing

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy at Ontario HBOT has grown to become a trusted partner in the pre and post-operative care of individuals having surgery. 

Patients typically experience the following results*:

  • Reduced inflammation

  • Reduced swelling 

  • Reduced levels of pain

  • Increased blood circulation

  • Increased rate of healing and tissue repair

  • Reduced chance of infection or complication

For more information, please contact us at 416-789-4268, or fill out our contact form found HERE.

*Results are not guaranteed

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Post-Concussion Syndrome

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is the therapy of choice when it comes to healing injuries related to a traumatic brain injury, anoxic brain injury, or concussion related injuries.

Patients typically experience gradual symptom recession including*:

  • Sensitivity to light

  • Inabilty to focus for extended periods of time

  • Inability to multi-task

  • Mood swings and/or irritability

  • General disorientation (brain fog)

For more information, please contact us at 416-789-4268, or fill out our contact form found HERE.

*Results are not guaranteed

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Sports Injury &
Performance

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) has been recognized by international clinicians, professional athletes and world class trainers as an adjunctive, safe, medical treatment to get athletes to achieve peak performance or back into competition.

In acute athletic injuries such as sprains and strains for example, the injured area becomes swollen and inflamed. Swelling further interferes with circulating oxygen by constricting blood supply around the injured area, slowing down the healing process. Typically, only red blood cells have the ability to carry oxygen to injured parts. However, during Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, oxygen molecules become soluble. This enables them to cross over all cell membranes and provides up to 20 times normal oxygen levels. The extra oxygen is dissolved into and readily transported by all body fluids, including plasma, intra and extracellular fluid, cerebrospinal, lymph, and synovial fluid.


The injured area is suddenly provided with several alternate routes for receiving oxygen, accelerating the athlete’s recovery. From muscle contusions to ankle sprains and bone fractures to concussions, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is the cutting edge therapy being used to aid athletes in getting back in the game.*

For more information, please contact us at 416-789-4268, or fill out our contact form found HERE.

*Results are not guaranteed

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Crohn's Disease

Crohn's disease is an inflammatory disease of the gastrointestinal tract, usually involving the ileum, that can lead to debilitating symptoms of abdominal pain, diarrhea and malabsorption during acute exacerbations. Because there is no known cause of the illness, treatment is based upon symptomatology and may ultimately require bowel resection if response to medical therapy is inadequate.

Patients typically experience the following results*:

  • Resolution of inflammatory lesions

  • Reduced levels of pain

  • Decreased reliance on medication and other prescriptions

  • Increased rate of healing and tissue repair

  • Reduced chance of infection or complication

  • Reduced chance of symptom recurrence

Treatment with hyperbaric oxygen has shown promise in the reduction of inflammation associated with acute exacerbations of Crohn's disease, with alleviation of symptoms and an improvement in quality of life.

For more information, please contact us at 416-789-4268, or fill out our contact form found HERE.

*Results are not guaranteed

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Medical Records

In order to qualify for hyperbaric oxygen therapy, we generally require a certain number of medical records to support your current medical condition. This could include:

  • Imaging, scans, photos

  • Consultation notes from referring physician / specialist

  • List of current prescription medication

  • Other documentation related to your condition

In most private pay-for-service cases, extensive medical records are not required beyond the information gathered via our Patient Intake Form and Pre-Qualification Consultation.

FAX NUMBER: 416-781-4268

MD Supervised

Physician on Site

One of the many benefits of choosing Ontario HBOT is the immediate access for consultations with a hyperbaric physician throughout your protocol. 

 

Throughout your time with us at our facility, we encourage all patients to maintain an open dialogue with our medical care team in regards to any questions, concerns, or updates.

 

We are all here to ensure you are getting the most out of this very time-intensive therapy! 

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