September 1, 2017 - 1m 8s
BioBarica opened the doors of a new hyperbaric oxygenation treatment center in Scotland. The headquarters is in 90c Main Street Thornton Fife Scotland KY1 4AG.
HBOT is a non-invasive method that consists in supplying oxygen at high concentrations in a pressurized hyperbaric chamber at a minimum of 1.4 ATM atmospheres (higher than the normal ambient atmospheric pressure of 1 atmosphere). The person is breathing 100% oxygen. This gas is transported to the blood and manages to reach even damaged tissues.
Medical professionals indicate HBOT to treat the following pathologies
Medical Clinic: fibromyalgia, migraines, tinnitus, sudden deafness, chronic fatigue. For tinnitus and sudden deafness, because the oxygen supply deflates the inner ear. For fibromyalgia: the effects on neurotransmitters and their desinflammatory action reduce the pains produced by this disease.
Wounds: ulcers, diabetic foot, eschar, burns, grafts, post-surgical wounds. It helps to heal.
Traumatology: joint and ligament diseases, pre and post-surgical, traumas, injuries, rehabilitation, osteomyelitis.
Sports: muscular injuries, ligaments, tendons. Subacute and chronic fatigue syndrome, post-exercise recovery.
Neurology: ACV, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, spinal cord injuries. And also Parkinson’s, since it markedly reduces the symptoms of the disease by redistributing blood flow to the central nervous system and stimulating nerve tissue repair.
Child neurology: cerebral palsy, autism spectrum, PDD, headaches.
Rheumatology: arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, vasculitis, scleroderma due to its anti-inflammatory effects.
Oncology: radiotherapy injuries, tumors.
Rehabilitation: post acv, injuries with brain damage, muscular injuries, osteoarticular, postsurgical and traumatisms.
Rehabilitation of neurological patients: Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s.
We do not talk about HBOT as a cure, but rather as a complementary treatment that speeds up recovery times and alleviates certain symptoms depending on the pathologies.
Patients can call to 01592 773303.