432-434 Princes Hwy
Corrimal NSW 2518
Is your body's intake of Oxygen insufficient? Is your body out of balance? You may need Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. Oxygen is delivered safely inside the chamber and your body can absorb almost ten times more inside the chamber than usual.
The spacious comfortable chamber and the high level of oxygen promote a deep sense of relaxation. As the pressure increases, your heart rate and blood pressure will settle.
Whilst in the chamber, you can listen to your favourite music, meditate, read a book, and simply relax while breathing in the benefits. One hour in this oxygen-rich environment is equivalent to four hours of quality sleep.
Every cell in your body needs oxygen to give you life, energy and to complete the metabolic process. Oxygen helps to heal the injured, increase stamina in Athletes and protect from environmental toxins. When our body has less than adequate oxygen our body's ability to repair it'self in severely hindered.
Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy stimulates the body’s healing processes, promotes relaxation, increases stamina and endurance and returns the body to a state of balance and wellbeing.
It also raises the levels of oxygen in the body’s blood plasma. These higher amounts of oxygen are delivered to the body’s tissues, organ, and brain.
Sessions last an hour, yet there actually is no time limit on how long you can use the chamber without any adverse effects. You just carry on with your day as normal post-treatment.
The chamber inflates pretty quickly. There is enough room to recline and if you wish you can lie down comfortably. Whilst in the chamber, you can listen to your favourite music, meditate, read a book, and simply relax while breathing in the benefits.
The chamber will pressurise after inflation. It feels similar to when you step onto an aircraft. When it reaches full pressure you just breathe normally.
One hour in this oxygen-rich environment is equivalent to four hours of quality sleep.
Much like when you're on an aircraft, you may need to equalise the pressure in your ears. If any discomfort is experienced, this could be a sign that you may have blocked Eustachian tubes (a symptom of a cold or perhaps a previously undetected condition) and pressurisation can be slowed or stopped immediately.