How Do I Start Treatment?

If you have treatable condition, talk to your doctor about MHC and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy as treatment option. We have multiple locations, see which center one works best for you and your schedule here. Next, your provider will send a referral form (Download here) to your desired center location. The program manager at the center […]

Can I do anything to improve the quality of my treatment?

Yes. There are several things you can do to improve your success.  Always attend appointments. Regular, consistent attendance will help you the most.  If you smoke, consider stopping or at least cutting down. The smoking reduces the amount of oxygen delivered to your healing tissues. All the benefits of HBOT will be increased if you […]

How will I feel after a treatment?

You will probably find that you feel invigorated or have increased energy after a treatment. You are free to go about your daily routine as normal, including driving home. 

What is the difference between Monoplace Chambers and a Multiplace Center?

Monoplace Chambers only accommodates a single patient and the entire vessel is pressurized with 100% oxygen, which the patient breathes directly.   A Multiplace Center can hold two or more people (patients, support personnel, observers) and the treatment room is pressurized with plain air; the patients breathe 100% oxygen with appropriate head gear.  Mobile Hyperbaric Centers uses only multiplace treatment rooms, to ensure that our technicians can support our patients. Our treatment […]

What is a typical treatment plan?

You will work with our providers to create a schedule that works best for you and your life. However, each hyperbaric treatment is 2 hours long, and for best results, we encourage patients to come 6 times a week.  The total number of treatments is decided on an individual basis, but typically 4 to 7 weeks of treatments are required for the desired healing […]

Does this treatment work?

Yes. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been shown again and again to be extremely effective in healing or reducing the severity of wounds. In patients who comply with the treatment regimen recommended by their doctors, healing rates of 85-95% are the norm.