The Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine® offers physicians the opportunity to collaborate with hyperbaric medicine specialists
in hospital integrated, tramadol citra wound care clinics in order to provide patients with proven
treatments and optimized outcomes.
When you refer your patient to the Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine®
you don’t lose your patient, you gain a specialized
team dedicated to coordinated care. Your
focus can remain on primary treatment
modalities while we work together to develop
an adjunct HBOT treatment plan designed
to optimize your patient’s outcome.
These are approved indications for hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and are typically covered by insurance.
This is not an exhaustive list. Consult your Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine®
specialist to discuss your patient’s specific needs.
The Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine® staff will assist your patients with securing insurance approval prior to the start of treatment.
The only absolute contraindication for Hyperbaric
Oxygen Therapy is an untreated pneumothorax. Chest
X-rays are required to rule out this condition
before treatment begins.
Readto learn more about which conditions can benefit from HBOT as an adjunct therapy to traditional specialized treatments.
Readfor an overview of the mechanisms of hyperbaric oxygen and their benefits.
Seeto review clinical research and journal articles regarding HBOT treatment across a wide range of conditions and subspecialties.
Read the Physician FAQ to review common questions medical professionals ask about HBOT treatment and patient referrals
*Some of these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Further evidence is needed before mechanisms of action are fully understood and additional medical conditions are approved for HBOT treatment.