Baromedical Associates, LLC

Heal with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy


BAROMEDICAL ASSOCIATES, specializes in building and managing medical clinics where Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) and other advanced therapies are used to provide our patients with the most medically advanced, leading edge care available today. Whether your treatment takes place in one of our Hospital Outpatient Wound Care Facilities or in our state-of-the-art Sports Medicine Clinics, all of the expert services are provided in a luxurious, private setting by certified, experienced medical technicians under the supervision of multi-disciplinary physicians. Patients receive Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in the world’s largest FDA approved and most advanced single person hyperbaric chambers where they can sit upright and watch TV or recline and nap in the comfort of the spacious acrylic chamber.

HBOT for Diabetic Wounds

Did you know that 25.9% of the population over the age of 65 is diabetic? 15%-20% of those diabetics will face a possible amputation of the foot or toes due to a non-healing chronic wound. That amputation will have an enormous negative impact on their quality of life and the added burden to the primary care giver for these patients. Statistics show that adding HBO to a comprehensive wound care plan can help avoid 87% of those potential amputations from a non-healing diabetic wound.

HBOT for Autism

An average of 1 in 68 children in the USA have Autism. 1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls. Patients experience improved muscle strength & coordination, increased vocabulary, faster response to questions, and reduced spasticity and muscle tension.

Brain Injury

Statistically there are over 3 million concussions/mTBIs per year in the USA! Even if the patient didn’t actually hit their head or lose consciousness, symptoms can include headache, confusion, memory loss, nausea, dizziness, ringing in the ears, sleepiness, irritability, fatigue and more. Hyperbarics has been shown to improve cognitive function, increase tissue oxygenation, and improve the body’s inflammatory response, all helping boost recovery for patients suffering from a concussion or TBI.
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